There’s perhaps no bigger climate-related challenge than the trillions in clean energy and sustainability investments needed in developing countries. How can private philanthropy possibly make a dent?
The Rockefeller Foundation believes there are some core traits cities can build up to be prepared for looming disaster, and it’s in the process of investing $100 million directly into city governments to build up those traits.
The latest report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was 2,600 pages of doom about the coming impacts of climate change. Which helps explain why, while most climate funding is still to reduce carbon emissions, more funders are preparing for looming consequences.