5 ways to get social purpose organizations on board with climate action

Climate action needs a new identity, say social sector leaders

Why It Matters

Climate change will (and has already begun to) have vast implications on the social impact world. From rising food insecurity to homelessness to poor health, a range of gaps NGOs are working to close will be widened by the changing climate. To address this interconnected crisis, organizations across the social sector need to get on the same page.

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