By Paige Brown

As the director of the Climate and Energy Funders Group (CEFG), one part of my job is fervently making the case for more donors to fund climate and clean energy work. We absolutely need more funders in the space. Yet, I understand how donors can be torn by the urgent need of a number of critical problems and crisis, such as ocean and marine issues, land and freshwater, environmental health, sustainable agriculture, immigration rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and gun safety. And we all make the often-correct case that our issues need more resources.

From The Center for Effective Philanthropy