The World Economic Forum cites global water crises as the greatest risk facing our world in 2015 – above civil conflict and energy. At the same time, the world’s fisheries are overexploited or on the brink of collapse, putting the livelihoods and health of hundreds of millions of people at risk.
At The Rockefeller Foundation, we take a human-centered approach to protecting and sustaining our planet’s fresh water and oceans – and the ecosystems that depend on them – critical both to economic development and food security around the world.
How can we meet the growing demand for sustainable seafood?
Impact investing—investment dollars designed to deliver both financial and social or environmental…, Former Sr. Associate Director