How does reversing deforestation affect a farmer’s income? How do energy efficient windows protect the planet? The economy and the environment have never been more intertwined.
The Clinton Foundation is working to combat climate change in ways that are both good for the environment and the economy.
Through the Clinton Foundation, communities in Malawi and Rwanda are helping reverse deforestation by planting more than 4.5 million trees. Those trees came from independently owned community nurseries and many were fruit trees or hardwood trees that also provide income to the farmers.
In Arkansas, the Clinton Foundation is helping local businesses and hundreds of homeowners receive zero-interest loans to conduct energy audits and undergo renovations to save lots of green - reducing utility costs and greenhouse gas emissions.
In cities and forests around the world, the Clinton Foundation programs are proving that we can confront the debilitating effects of climate changes in a way that makes sense for governments, businesses, and economies.
Support the Clinton Foundation's work to improve the environment and local economies around the world.