On a recent trip to Mali, Deputy Director of Programs, Allison Davis, noticed that local TV stations focused on the human tragedy of ebola—not on the fear it is causing. One would think we might do more of the same in the United States—balance our worry with more heartfelt concern for the thousands so dramatically affected. Keep reading >>
I am writing this note from New York. I wish you could be here to feel the charge of energy. An estimated 400,000 people flooded the streets on Sunday morning to demand bold action on the climate crisis. Here's how I believe we should deal with climate change.
We enable those who believe everyone deserves a healthy environment to support grassroots campaigns and community-led projects for a more just and sustainable world.
Local communities know the challenges they face. With the right financial support, they can care for the environment while also gaining a voice in their own future.