Examining extractavism’s gendered violence and honoring the women fighting for change

Though large-scale extractives projects disproportionately affect women and girls, they are, according to a new report from The Sage FUND, becoming agents of change—even when their health, safety, and livelihoods are on the line.

Support women defenders.

Celebrating Harry Belafonte, firefighter for justice

Beautiful Harry Belafonte—Mr. B to his friends—was an accomplished artist, but he was also a bold social justice activist, who was never content to accept the status quo. When his friend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. described America as a “burning house,” Belafonte agreed to serve as a firefighter for justice.

Celebrate his life.​


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Working towards a truly just energy transition transition with Hilary Penington and Saliem Fakir

In conversation with Hilary Penington for “On What Matters,” Saliem Fakir, founder and executive director of the 3-year-old African Climate Foundation, discusses the continent’s progress toward clean energy across three key sectors—energy, land use and agriculture, and cities.

Change the energy.