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How Foundations and Donors Can Support a “Climate for Health”: A New Report

Philanthropic donors and foundations are often focused on improving public health and safety, reducing hunger and poverty, and caring for the disadvantaged – which is why more philanthropic efforts should focus on climate solutions. As numerous studies like the recent Lancet Commission report have shown, climate change has a profound impact on health, from respiratory […]

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How Philanthropy Is Recognizing the Health Threats of Climate Change

Philanthropy is defined as “the practice of giving money and time to help make life better for other people.” So as it becomes increasingly evident that climate change is having an impact on public health, it makes sense that philanthropic foundations are beginning to make grants linking health and climate. As Karla Fortunato, Director of […]

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