A collection of our articles highlighting environmental issues and climate change innovation.
Investments in discovering and developing new solutions to address climate change are woefully low and have even been falling. Sarah Kearney and Scott Burger discuss how can philanthropists help.
Philanthropists and other impact investors play a critical role in funding risky, early-stage startups developing science-based solutions to climate change.
To prevent drastic climate change, philanthropists must invest more in nascent solutions ignored by traditional capital markets.
Many cities are adapting in the face of climate change.
Community-driven solutions are helping both to improve food security and to pass down Inuit knowledge to younger generations.
Siobhan Foley has worked closely with New Orleans Mayor Mitchell Landrieu to help the city adapt to climate change.
Investors need to better educate themselves about the local context in which their funds are deployed.
The Trump Administration has given the environmental community an opportunity to become better listeners, reconnect with its core constituents, and tap into a little humility along the way.
To fight deforestation, a UK-based startup is using unmanned aerial vehicles that can plant seeds 60 times faster than humans can.