What is Climate Justice and its implications on society and the environment?
Climate Justice recognises that those who are least responsible for climate change are more likely to suffer the worst consequences of its impact. It observes the climate crisis through a human rights lens, and demands global action on an individual and collective level in order to address and mitigate the unfair human cost of climate change. For example, 50 of the least most developed countries in the world account for less than 1% of the worldwide greenhouse gas emissions. Read more.
The Future of Philanthropy in the UK
Most reports agree on one thing: Philanthropy is changing. Philanthropy can no longer be about benevolence; it is about having an impact on the complex problems that face the next generation. The future of philanthropy and social investment is impact-oriented, blended, collaborative, and global. Read more.
Action: £5,000 will provide marine sciences course sponsorship to learners in poorly resourced areas.
Action: £2,800 will provide large scale environmental student led campaign in the community.
- Purpose and Performance in Professional Services – David Stead of Maanch featured by The Professional Magazine
- #MeetTheMB100 – Darshita Gillies, Founder & CEO, Maanch
- Measuring impact to drive global investment and positive change, with Darshita Gillies of Maanch
- Living a Life of Purpose: Going Beyond Work-Life Balance to Find Your Life’s Work – Darshita Gillies featured by B The Change
- How London Entrepreneur Darshita Gillies Created a Tech Platform to Drive Impact – eShe Magazine