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Functioning transportation systems are fundamental to modern, prosperous societies. They provide a means to get to work, connect us to friends and family, and catalyse economic activity. But transportation today comes with a cost. It produces approximately 18 per cent of human-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and local air pollution that contributes to health problems for millions.Alliance issue: Climate philanthropy after Paris, June 2016, Volume 21 , Number 2.
The landmark Paris Agreement, adopted on 12 December 2015, is central to global efforts to combat climate change. What contribution should philanthropy make to these efforts? We present the latest science and data on climate philanthropy. The first part, edited by Michael Northrop of Rockefeller Brothers Fund, highlights the opportunities for philanthropy to consolidate the achievements at Paris especially in reforestation, renewable energy and cities. The second part, edited by Nnimmo Bassey and Terry Odendahl of Global Greengrants Fund, delves between the gaps to document the ways in which philanthropy must focus on climate justice and the needs of the most marginalized. The final section presents perspectives on the case for divesting assets from fossil fuels and ends with a shared view from guest editors on the journey ahead.Alliance issue: Climate philanthropy after Paris, June 2016, Volume 21 , Number 2.
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