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A Young Leader Joins Indigenous Communities To Protect the “Lungs of the Earth”
The Amazon is critically important to the world. Meet one young woman working with its Indigenous communities to save it.
How To Chart a Course for Food Security in a Changing Climate
Young researchers and AIT professors work with farmers to develop a more climate-friendly way to grow a globally critical food staple -- rice.
Matter of ImpactHow can we forge a global movement that’s truly inclusive and comprehensive to fight for the future health of our planet? It starts by ensuring that youth changemakers and frontline communities have prominent seats at the table. Youth, often architects of innovation, bear the heaviest burden …
Matter of ImpactWe turn to potent collaborations to think outside the box and drive change in this era of climate decision.
Matter of ImpactEvery day, The Rockefeller Foundation, grantees, and partners make the world measurably and sustainably healthier, more nourished, and empowered. See how.
Matter of ImpactFrom searching for lost children in Ukraine or supporting civil society in Iran, see how our grantees respond to a range of crises and support vulnerable communities in urgent need.
Matter of ImpactHope is focused on the Red Sea town of Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. As world leaders gather for the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27), one thing is clear: we must come together to achieve meaningful progress in the fight against climate change so that the …
Matter of ImpactWhy are we optimistic? Because our grantees are rethinking school lunches, building trust with wastewater projects, supporting employee ownership, and more.