The Open Society Foundations work with partners in civil society and government to ensure that social, economic, and environmental justice serves as the foundation of any policy response to the climate crisis.
The Challenge at COP28: Safeguarding Climate Justice
Evidence of the climate crisis abounds, but progress in addressing it has been far too slow. At COP28, wealthy nations need to fulfill their commitments to aid developing nations on the front lines of climate change.
Biodiverse Economic Development
More than Açaí: How a $15 Million Investment Will Help Reforest Brazil’s Amazon
The Soros Economic Development Fund is investing $15 million in businesses that support reforestation of the Amazon, and economic opportunities for smallholder farmers.
How Resilience Workers Help Combat the Climate Crisis
After climate disasters hit, migrant workers play a key role in rebuilding U.S. cities. But in this multibillion-dollar industry, they face abuse and exploitation. Now, they're fighting to have their rights recognized.
Inside Open Society
Climate Justice: The Ultimate Challenge of Our Age
Technocratic fixes won’t suffice. The challenges posed by the climate crisis demand a people-centered approach that gives vulnerable communities the support they need to thrive in a world transformed by climate impacts.
Freeing Ukraine’s Bountiful Food Supply
Ukraine’s grain helps feed the world. But Russia’s invasion has blocked their path to market, contributing to global famine.
These Flashcards Will Change the Way You Think About the Climate Crisis
A creative new project aims to bolster climate literacy, spark hard conversations, and ensure youth voices are heard. How flashcards can be a catalyst for change.
EU Green Deal
The EU Must Think Globally on Carbon Import Tax
A proposed EU carbon import tax risks hurting poorer countries by stunting trade and slowing their green transition.
The Time Is Now
Where Roma Rights and Environmental Justice Meet
Leaders in the EU are confronted with a dual obligation—to restore healthy environments for Roma, and to do so with the full participation of Roma communities themselves.