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Solar panel on used for lighting village homes. Sri Lanka.
Dominic Sansoni/World Bank

Global Climate Assistance

The argument for investing in climate resilience abroad is simple enough: It is the right thing to do. But there are practical considerations, too.

Community members in Baltimore, MD hold a ceremony in honor of those in the community that already have asthma, cancer, and other respiratory illnesses due to the toxic pollution in the neighborhood.
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Environmental Justice for All

The U.S. has a long history of advancing policies that entrenched segregation, exacerbated inequality, and exposed communities of color to environmental hazards.

A family and their camels walk down a dry road in the Oromia region of Ethiopia. Drought and conflict have forced them to move.
Nahom Tesfaye/UNICEF Ethiopia

The Intersection of Conflict, Climate Change & Migration

The need for governments to address the nexus of climate, migration, and conflict is clear. Yet too often, these three issues are siloed from one another.

We seek a world free of war and the threat of war.

We seek a society with equity and justice for all.

We seek a community where every person's potential may be fulfilled.

We seek an earth restored.