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The Climate, Health, and Equity Funding Landscape

Cosponsored with Biodiversity Funders Group, Climate and Energy Funders Group, Environmental Grantmakers Association, Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities, Health and Environmental Funders Network, and Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems Funders

Who is funding at the intersection of climate, health, and equity? Which regions receive the most funding and which receive the least? How are funders supporting populations disproportionately impacted by climate change and organizations led by these communities? What do nonprofits identify as the most important funding need? These questions and more were discussed on this webinar, which detailed the results of a national survey of foundations and nonprofits working on climate, health, and equity. This webinar explored a newly released scan of the field and invited participants to share experiences and questions. Speakers included Shalini Gupta of the Health and Environmental Funders Network, Michael Painter of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Jalonne White-Newsome of the Kresge Foundation.