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.
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.
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.