We need to start telling the truth

In order to tackle the problem, we need to first define it accurately and force our leaders to declare a climate emergency.

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At least 1 million animal and plant species are at risk of extinction due to human activity

For the first time in human history, carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has topped 415 parts per million

By the year 2050, there will be more plastic in the world’s seas than fish

The last Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report warned that the world is headed for climate disaster as soon as 2030.


support the activists trying to save the world

The Climate Emergency Fund recognizes that there are activists committing their lives to addressing the climate emergency. These individuals and groups need our support as they carry out legal, nonviolent activities to demand that our leaders take action to ban ecologically destructive practices and save as much life as possible. These activists are demanding our protection from the existential threat facing our species. We have a collective responsibility to support them and join them.


What We Do

CEF Grants

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Support individuals and organizations working to disrupt the status quo

The Climate Emergency Fund provides funding to individuals and organizations that demonstrate the intention and capability of disrupting with urgency the inadequate and immoral gradual approach governments around the world are taking to address the climate emergency​.