Climate and Resilience
Helping to increase capital flows into climate and resilience solutions and projects that improve the lives of the world’s most vulnerable people
From earthquakes to rising sea levels, people all over the world are increasingly threatened by destructive natural disasters and the impacts of rapid changes in our climate. We believe it is possible to help make communities around the world more resilient to the physical, social, and economic challenges of the 21st century.
The Rockefeller Foundation is committed to tackling these immense challenges, which require creative, blended capital solutions to address at scale. Our Climate and Resilience initiative identifies, designs and supports opportunities that increase climate and resilience capital flows into financial solutions, companies and projects that have a positive impact on the lives of world’s most vulnerable people. It also integrates climate and resilience principles throughout the Foundation’s work in food, health, power and economic mobility, in addition to coordinating grant making for disaster recovery situations.
The Global Resilient Cities Network carries on the legacy of 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) program pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation to leverage the implementation of resilience initiatives incubated through the work of 100RC, and it is committed to advancing the role as a vanguard of the urban resilience movement worldwide.
Working to craft resilient solutions for 1 billion people by 2030, the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center at the Atlantic Council is the leading institution working on resilience across the globe. This partnership is working to make communities around the globe more resilient to the urgent crises facing humanity, whether from climate change, economic shifts, migration flows or security challenges.