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Day 3 of #GPF2020

As philanthropists learn the importance and complexity of climate change, the question of how to best tackle the many challenges without becoming overwhelmed or fatigued came into focus on the final day of the 2020 Global Philanthropy Forum. We dove right into concrete actions we can take to make sustainable change, and experts shared what…

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Day Two of #GPF2020

Day two of the conference featured leaders, change-makers, and experts from across the globe who discussed how we can build resilience by promoting and empowering those who have been disproportionately impacted by climate change. Former President of Ireland and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson opened the first session of the day…

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Day One of #GPF2020

The Global Philanthropy Forum’s annual conference is virtual this year, providing space for all change-makers, philanthropists, social investors and innovators around the world to attend, no invitation required. The focus is on one of the greatest challenges of our time—climate change; understanding its complexity, identifying solutions, and seeking the path forward. The topic is especially…

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Environment, Investing & Microfinance
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Webinar: The Role of Corporations in Curbing Climate Change

On August 20th, GPF hosted a webinar on the role of corporations in curbing climate change. This was moderated by founder of the Altruist League, Milos Maricic, with guests John Goldstein, head of sustainable finance at Goldman Sachs, and Annie Agle, director of brand and impact at Cotopaxi. Corporations produce just about everything we buy, use…

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Environment, Health & Nutrition
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Webinar: COVID-19 and Climate Change, Imagining a New Normal

As the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to a standstill, the dramatic drop in CO2 emissions has been a silver lining in an otherwise bleak and unsettling time. However, as lockdowns begin to lift and life returns to normal, rampant pollution will return as well. Even with the massive drop in CO2 emissions this…

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