At the Clinton Foundation, we work with partners across all sectors to find solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
Nearly 40 years ago, women in the Kenyan countryside reported a troubling phenomenon: their streams were drying up, their crops were failing, and they were being forced to travel farther and farther away from their villages to gather wood for fuel, building and fencing. Deforestation, in short, was threatening their livelihoods.Read More about Why African Environmentalism Needs Women at the Helm
If the question is, “what is impacted by climate change?” the answer must be: everything and everyone.
This week, the Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) program celebrates its five-year anniversary.
Systems thinker: a phrase that has come to define my method for problem solving, my approach to tackling the world’s greatest challenges, and most importantly, who I am today.
According to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, 40 percent of the energy in the United States is consumed by buildings. In dense urban settings like New York City, however, commercial buildings account for up to 75 percent of the energy used.