The Bezos Earth Fund Needs to Stop Shortchanging Environmental-Justice Nonprofits

This is hardly the type of winning investment strategy we’ve come to expect from Bezos. Helping those most affected by pollution and climate change isn’t only the right thing to do — it’s the surest way to win on climate. The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy explains it this way: “By acknowledging the coming demographic shift in the United States and investing in lower-income and other underserved communities, environment and climate funders can increase their impact and build a movement that is more aligned with the future of our country.”

Read the entire article in The Chronicle of Philanthropy.