May 13, 2015
This Fall, EGA will return to the Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, NY on September 27-30, 2015. This year’s Retreat will be grounded in themes of interconnectivity and intersectionality. As such, we'll explore a range of perspectives that will shed new light on the many facets of the...
May 26, 2015
British Columbia is now home to the largest ocean plan completed to date in North America, with 40,000 square miles of ocean under ecosystem-based management. Co-led by the Province of British Columbia and 18 First Nations, the Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) stands as a world-leading example of...
May 21, 2015
To pursue its environmental mission, Tiffany & Co. balances corporate leadership with traditional philanthropic grantmaking.
May 14, 2015
Each year since 1989, the JFK Library bestows its Profile in Courage award to a public servant who takes a principled but unpopular position. This year, the award went to Bob Inglis, a former congressman from South Carolina who’s turned into America’s best hope for near-term climate...
April 23, 2015
The Archbishop of South Africa, Desmond Tutu, has called for an international “anti-apartheid-style boycott” against the fossil fuel industry in response to global warming. Bill talks with two leaders who helped inspire the new fossil fuel divestment movement that Tutu is encouraging....
April 22, 2015
By Rachel Leon & Dennis Quirin --- There is new hope for sustaining people, place, and planet on Earth Day’s 45th anniversary, as burgeoning voices for equity, community, and faith are rising to the forefront of the environmental movement. Is the philanthropic community poised to invest...
April 21, 2015
By Larry Kramer and Carol Larson --- Climate change is the defining issue of our day. It is an urgent global crisis that affects everything philanthropy seeks to do, whether it is to improve health, alleviate poverty, reduce famine, promote peace, or advance social justice. It is a problem that can...
May 13, 2015
This Fall, EGA will return to the Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, NY on September 27-30, 2015. This year’s Retreat will be grounded in themes of interconnectivity and intersectionality. As such, we'll explore a range of perspectives that will shed new light on the many facets of the...
May 26, 2015
British Columbia is now home to the largest ocean plan completed to date in North America, with 40,000 square miles of ocean under ecosystem-based management. Co-led by the Province of British Columbia and 18 First Nations, the Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) stands as a world-leading example of...
May 21, 2015
To pursue its environmental mission, Tiffany & Co. balances corporate leadership with traditional philanthropic grantmaking.
May 14, 2015
Each year since 1989, the JFK Library bestows its Profile in Courage award to a public servant who takes a principled but unpopular position. This year, the award went to Bob Inglis, a former congressman from South Carolina who’s turned into America’s best hope for near-term climate...
April 23, 2015
The Archbishop of South Africa, Desmond Tutu, has called for an international “anti-apartheid-style boycott” against the fossil fuel industry in response to global warming. Bill talks with two leaders who helped inspire the new fossil fuel divestment movement that Tutu is encouraging....