Last year, philanthropic funding to climate change mitigation experienced a slowdown in growth — even as climate impacts continued to intensify.
Philanthropy can help advance efforts to decarbonize the power sector.
Seaweed cultivation has emerged as part of a suite of methods for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, as it enhances the ability of the ocean to act as a natural ... Read More
Views from the independent Global Stocktake (iGST) network on a set of potential outcomes to prioritize in the final GST decision at COP28.
These outcomes shou... Read More
Dear colleagues and friends,
2023 was blisteringly hot and earned the distinction of the hottest year on record. Yet, we know last year was not an outlier but rather a ... Read More
The UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai marked a historic step forward when the final text of the Global Stocktake included language on fossil fuels. The Global ... Read More
As climate change continues to drive record-breaking temperatures and heat waves, the safety and livelihoods of billions of people are increasingly at risk. Currently, mor... Read More
Imagine what the world could look like in 2050. Our power grids run on renewable energy. Everyone has access to the energy they need to cook, light their homes, and stay c... Read More
December 6, 2023, Dubai, UAE — the United Nations SDG Pavilion side event "Circular Economy: A Path to Climate Solutions and Sustainable Development" concluded successfull... Read More
DUBAI — December 5, 2023 — In support of the Global Cooling Pledge announced today, led by the COP28 United Arab Emirates Presidency with the Cool Coalition as a delivery ... Read More
The world is in uncharted territory. Driven by our addiction to fossil fuels, greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, increasing the global average temperature. Researc... Read More
DUBAI — December 2, 2023 — Today, a group of eleven leading philanthropic funders signed a call to action that commits to accelerated progress and action on climate adapta... Read More