The Clinton Global Initiative convenes actors across sectors to inspire action on today’s most challenging problems.
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Joined on 26 August, 2009
Today marks the anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake. We remember lives lost and recognize the commitment of the Haitian people and the Haiti Action Network who despite the COVID-19 pandemic work tirelessly to build a stronger more inclusive and prosperous future for all Haitians.
This team served 4 million meals to Puerto Rico residents after 2017’s Hurricane Maria — now here's how they handled 2020:
“It’s been the biggest, busiest year in our history — we’ve been on 5 continents, in 16 countries and almost 40 US states and territories,” - Chef José Andres (@WCKitchen)
This year, we launched a new series focused on an inclusive economic recovery. Our partner @CNTR4growth and economic leaders shared their takeaways on how we can address the racial, ethnic, and economic disparities exposed by COVID-19. Looking forward to more in 2021.
The Puerto Rican Arts & Culture Museum decorated their tree with ornaments representing the municipalities in #PuertoRico and topped it off with a traditional #pava! Head to Gate F3 to see this tree! #DeckTheTerminals #SeasonsGreetingsfromORD #12DaysOfTrees
.@islandgreenUSVI committed to launching a six-month pilot program that will process vegetative waste on St. John into a valuable woodchip and compost product available for community use, while creating 2 full time jobs and training 15 students on sustainability and composting.
The Clinton Climate Initiative, @RockyMtnInst, FCX Solar, and CJQ Engineering committed to creating a report to identify root causes of rooftop solar PV failure and actionable best practices for members of the solar sector to harden their systems. Report:
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