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Rockefeller Foundation
12/06/2016 at 16:37. Facebook
"Philanthropy only has billions altogether and solving these problems is going to take trillions. How do we use our philanthropy capital to unlock more capital?"

How Judith Rodin Created A New Model for Philanthropic Funding At The Rockefeller Foundation

Rockefeller Foundation
12/04/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Fact: More people die today due to air pollution than from HIV/AIDS and malaria combined.

Momentum for Change: Planetary Health - The Rockefeller Foundation

Rockefeller Foundation
12/03/2016 at 19:00. Facebook
American workers spend the majority of their waking hours on the job. How do they feel about what they do all day?

Inside Jobs: An Up-Close Look at the Lives of American Workers - The Rockefeller Foundation

Rockefeller Foundation
12/03/2016 at 15:55. Facebook
"Central to thinking about cities of the future is thinking about resilience."

City Resilience Index

Rockefeller Foundation
12/02/2016 at 15:31. Facebook
Building resilience—the ability to bounce back more quickly and effectively—is an urgent social and economic issue.

The Reslience Dividend –

Inside Jobs, a project of The Atlantic​ and supported by The Rockefeller Foundation, offers a timely, immersive, and candid look into Americans' reflections on their own work.

Inside Jobs

Don't miss The Resilience Age, a documentary film that explores how cities across the globe are developing innovative ways to overcome the challenges they face.

The Resilience Age | A Documentary Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation

In 1958, a little-known reporter and activist from Greenwich Village applied for a grant from The Rockefeller Foundation to write a book. That book is now considered the definitive work on urban planning.

The Legacy of Citizen Jane - The Rockefeller Foundation

Blue Forest Conservation, supported by The Rockefeller Foundation, aims to use the proceeds of a forest-resilience bond to pay crews to cut down small trees, clear out shrubs and burn off ground cover in overgrown forests.

Start-up is pitching a new type of bond to fix California’s wildfire and water woes

"We have been mortgaging the health of future generations in order to realize economic and development gains in the present."

Explaining Planetary Health | Cornell University

Fostering community stewardship is critical to advancing resilience projects and driving investment.

Learning From Resilient Design Projects in the Wake of Superstorm Sandy

In 2015, we took long strides towards a more inclusive, resilient world – and a healthier, more vibrant planet. Read our Annual Report:


Our cities need to be resilient now more than ever. This new film shows how.

"The Resilience Age" Is a Movie About How Society Can Thrive—No Matter What Lies Ahead

Our new report, "Rebuilding with Resilience," released today in partnership with the Georgetown Climate Center and Rebuild by Design, tracks the progress of Rebuild By Design projects.

Analysis of six regional resiliency projects details implementation challenges

"One of the benefits of building a network is that we're able to aggregate the needs, challenges and gaps that we're seeing across cities."

Philanthropy's drive for 'better cities' needs data and collaboration boost: experts

The Atlanta region will add 2.5 million people by 2040. And if we're smart about it, Atlanta will grow in a way that's planned, deliberate, and resilient.

Building Toward Atlanta’s Resilient Future

Unless we invest in building resilience, we are unlikely to escape the increasingly crippling disaster-recovery-repeat cycle.

Opinion: Hurricane Matthew undermines Haiti's development hopes

Detroit, El Paso, and Medellin, Colombia face very different challenges but have employed similar types of strategies to address their unique shocks and stresses. Don't miss this exclusive clip from our new documentary film, "The Resilience Age," now available at ResilienceAge.org.
As we move into 2017, it’s critical that we strengthen the transition of food waste reduction from momentum to a cultural movement, and we all have our part to play – as consumers, business and nonprofit leaders, policymakers, innovators, and funders – to make sure that it continues.

2016: The Birth of the U.S. Food Waste Movement? - The Rockefeller Foundation

While big-budget blockbuster projects in major cities make the headlines regularly, informal settlements are instigating smaller interventions of their own.

How Cities' Most Underserved Neighborhoods Are Making Themselves More Resilient