Three philanthropists started the Climate Emergency Fund earlier this year, grants from which help climate change protestors spread their message.
Corporate largesse won't save cities from global warming — especially when it comes from the industry that helped cause the predicament.
A group of 17 philanthropic foundations has committed nearly half a billion dollars in support of land-based solutions to climate change and the recognition of indigenous peoples' and traditional communities' collective land rights and resource management.
Commitments from cities, businesses and regions can make a significant impact—but not enough to avoid dangerous warming. What does this mean for funders?
It's quite easy to write off Prince Charles as a well-meaning son, and father, of privilege. But he's been at this green thing for longer than many of you, dear readers, have been alive.
350 individuals and 50 groups in Southwestern PA's fracking country are urging the governor to hear from impacted communities