In a statement, RBF President Stephen Heintz writes, "The violent attack on the U.S. Capitol yesterday was distinctly un-American and an affront to our system of democratic government. Politicians who supported or enabled, actively or tacitly, this insurrection must be held to account."
Standing up for a Stainable World. Edward Elgar Publishing, December 2020.
A new anthology tells the stories of impact investors and entrepreneurs, climate litigants, frontline defenders, and environmental advocates and activists who have opened pathways to a more sustainable development path.
This year, the RBF committed nearly $9 million in additional funds to support 11 grantees, including both long-term partners and new organizations, coalitions, and initiatives.
Since 2018, the Louvre Museum has allocated 5 percent of its €250 million endowment to investments with a focus on artisan and traditional craft businesses, cultural tourism, cultural heritage and education. Photo courtesy of fhoshoq.com.
Upstart Co-Lab's The Guide: what cultural institutions need to know about investing for values and mission describes how impact investing can help cultural organizations multiply their impact and invest in the creative economy.
Research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Central America Regional office in Guatemala supports ministries of health in the region. (Photo CC BY CDC Global.)