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Winter 2018

Volume 16, Number 1

The only way that climate change will be reversed is by continuing to develop new technologies and turning them into products and services. Philanthropists play an important role in that process, particularly by investing in risky, early-stage, science-based startups that traditional investors shy away from. Read more about this in “The Investment Gap That Threatens the Planet,” the cover story in the Winter 2018 issue.

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