Philanthropy Goes Green

Fortune Brainstorm E Conference

05/17/2016

Energy and Clean Technology

Carlsbad, CA

Susan H. Mac Cormac

Susan H. Mac Cormac

Speaking Engagement

America’s major philanthropic organizations are beginning to play a new and larger role in the cleantech revolution. Some, like the Rockefeller Brothers, are leading the fossil fuels divestment movement. Others, like family offices and the Packard and Bloomberg foundations, are investing directly in cleantech companies. What’s the best way for nonprofits and families to drive us toward a low carbon economy? What new models of finance will work best?

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