Alliance Breakfast Club – What’s next for climate philanthropy?

Charles Keidan and Alliance magazine

Alliance’s summer edition looks at climate philanthropy after the Paris Agreement. This month’s Alliance Breakfast Club, held in association with the Oak Foundation, brought together foundation professionals, academics and NGO’s to discuss the Paris agreement and its implications for funders. Alliance editor, Charles Keidan, was joined on the panel by Anne Henshaw (Oak Foundation), Joan Carling (Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact) and Florence Miller (Environmental Funders Network).

Watch the full session below:

Watch the post session interviews with Joan Carling (Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact) and Florence Miller (Environmental Funders Network) below:

You can download the June 2016 issue, Climate philanthropy after Paris here

Alliance is pleased to offer free access to this issue thanks to Rockefeller Brothers Fund who are sponsoring the removal of the paywall in order that the content can be shared as widely as possible.


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