To hit our 2050 climate goals, the world needs philanthropists to be massively more engaged in the effort. Philanthropic capital can help get new ideas off the ground, take more risks than government or investment funds, and focus on areas like climate policy and advocacy where there is no immediate financial return. In this session, we’ll explore approaches and tools that turn giving into high-impact climate philanthropy.
Randall KempnerAdvisor to the Aspen Institute Energy and Environment Program
Benjamin BellegyExecutive director of WINGS
Marisa de BelloyExecutive director at the High Tide Foundation
Isabelle LeightonExecutive director of Donors of Color Network
Yoca Arditi-RochaExecutive Director of the CLEO Institute
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