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Watch RF's , , Josh Cohen, Teresa Ghilarducci and Pete Stavros discuss promoting greater wealth equity at yesterday:

Happening NOW! 🖥️ Mindset, Mandates, and Messaging: Guidance for Ongoing Pandemic Communication will share findings from Wave 5 of their attitudes tracking survey fielded in August. Register here:

Increasing the use of catalytic capital – patient, risk-tolerant, & flexible investments – can help us advance equity, fight climate change, and more. We’re excited that the C3 Grantmaking program is awarding $2.2M to support research in this area:

“What does equity mean to me?” Such a simple question with so many complex layers. Thank you for including my quick two-cents in the series

How can we end the century-long health scourge of lead leaching into drinking water? Here are 6 steps to scale up equitable lead pipe replacement to end these health harms, particularly to children in low-income communities.

As shown by , our partner has made testing in India more affordable by producing test kits locally. explains how diversifying procurement enables more stable access to testing tech.

Excited to see our partners and launch the COVID Global Accountability Platform! This initiative will help the world deliver on commitments to make sure that essential products & vaccines reach everyone.

Producing test kits locally drives down testing prices & improves access. spoke with about how ’s work to scale in-country manufacturing helped India develop a robust testing program.

Science-based healthy, sustainable, affordable and delicious diets that can feed 10 billion people within planetary boundaries by 2050 need a place - for a more nourishing food future. ➡️ is up next!

High-end grocery stores often leave low-income families without access to fresh, nourishing food. Learn about the efforts to make healthy food affordable in Cambridge, MA for a more just future.

We are thrilled to celebrate 50 years of , which was launched at , originally founded to solve hunger CGIAR has delivered critical science and innovation to feed the world and end inequality

"By changing how we farm, produce, and eat food, food systems can go from the #1 source of carbon emissions to a tool healing the 🌎 For , we're highlighting the over 850 innovators from 127 countries who led solutions in the Lab.

This we must come together to support a greener, more nourishing, and more just future for our food systems. This week we’re spotlighting the efforts to reimagine our food systems.

The pandemic put protective foods, which prevent diet-related disease, out of reach for many families. Our Food team is working to put these foods back on the table by developing an accessible and replicable mapping tool for hand-harvested crops.

This we are inspired by resident, and his work to imagine a more food system, his book Animal, Vegetable, Junk: A History of Food, from Sustainable to Suicidal, gives insight into how food has driven some of history's most catastrophes

Everyone needs food to survive, but the way we eat today is driving climate change and threatening our future. How do we feed our planet without harming it? Find out ⤵️

$22.4 million invested in Distributed Renewable Energy across milk value chains in Nigeria would have a profound impact on income, jobs, and CO2 emissions, with women standing to benefit the most. Read more in this excerpt from our latest Green Transition report ⬇️

COVID-19 has divided the world in two: countries that can vaccinate and recover easily and those that cannot. We’re joining other philanthropies to call on world leaders to act in this decisive time to ensure a more equitable, sustainable future.

To support a greener food future, local producers need a seat ! Investing in community agriculture reduces the length of the supply chain and allows producers + consumers, like programs, to co-create healthy, sustainable solutions. ⏭ is up next!

While wealthier nations spend trillions to rebuild from , there's also a chance to spark transformative progress for all. In his blog for our series, RF President lays out the big picture: we can when the world unites at