Image via the Canadian Philanthropy Commitment on Climate Change
It’s been one year since a group of major philanthropic networks called on Canadian foundations to commit more funding and advocacy power to climate justice.
The call came in the form of the Canadian Philanthropy Commitment on Climate Change, a pledge foundations could sign to demonstrate their commitment to taking the climate crisis seriously. It’s the Canadian arm of a global network of such pledges, called the International Philanthropy Commitment on Climate Change.
Jean-Marc Mangin calls it “the most important joint initiative we’ve launched since I’ve been at PFC.” Mangin is the CEO of Philanthropic Foundations Canada (PFC), one of the four networks that make up the Commitment’s steering committee (the other three
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