With a market making model, we are able to address the intermediate gap that has been created by lack of information from financial institutions who are not on the ground, and manufacturers who are too in the trenches. Driving systemic change will help make the process more equitable.
We need change to address the climate crisis, and the only way in history that has ever happened – with the scale and speed that the science says is necessary – is through mass mobilization and movements led by organizers in areas where the harms are most directly experienced.
Climate change should be a cross-sectoral priority. Investors can’t solve it alone. Philanthropy can’t. Governments can’t. The only way forward is through creative, sustained, and committed partnership.
If we can’t find ways to shift more resources, more investments, and more concern into the parts of the world that have not had the opportunities that we’ve had for development and for improving our overall quality of life, we won’t succeed.
Which person needs to do something different on Monday morning than they did on Friday night?” Policymakers, ministers, and CEOs don't reduce emissions; they change the context.