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Nonprofits Should Consider the Potential Costs of Reducing Their Climate Impact

The message from COP26 global climate conference couldn’t be clearer: without forceful action the planet is headed on a dangerous and irrecoverable path toward environmental catastrophe. In response, more organizations are making carbon neutrality commitments, including 211 companies that have signed the Amazon-led Climate Pledge.

Achieving carbon neutrality, o is a helpful first step for companies looking to do their part in the fight against climate change. But is it the right course for nonprofits?...

Read the full article in The Chronicle of Philanthropy.

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