We have the opportunity to avoid the harmful effects of climate change, while also immediately improving the lives of millions of people.
Mike Bloomberg’s Remarks at The New York Times Higher Ed Leaders Forum
Fast Company: These 35 Cities Have Local Plans To Solve Global Problems
The New York Times: Bloomberg Expands Arts Grant Program to Seven More Cities
Bloomberg Philanthropies Launches Next Public Art Challenge for U.S. Cities
The Shed Moves Toward 2019 Opening with $75 Million Gift from Bloomberg Philanthropies
Soda Sales in Mexico Continue to Decline Since Sugary Beverage Tax in First Two Years
A Seven-Step Plan for Ending the Opioid Crisis
Data-driven women to watch
IN MIKE’S BOOK CLIMATE OF HOPE
Most of the things that make cities better, cleaner, healthier and more economically productive places also reduce carbon emissions.
Each problem that contributes to climate change has a solution that can make our society healthier and our economy stronger.
Thanks to the work being led by cities, businesses and communities, we are now in a better position to stop climate change than ever before.
I’ve never much liked political parties...
Banning the sale of flavored tobacco products marks an important step forward for public health in San Francisco - and it shows that...
Bailing out polluting, unprofitable coal plants will mean Americans will pay more for electricity, and many communities will also pay...
Just incredible what @AmericasPledge is achieving. So far, the American participants (who commit to meeting Paris Agreement goals) are already equivalent to the world’s third largest economy https://t.co/rDXdYlYhRX
Today, Mike Bloomberg, the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Climate Action and co-chair of America’s Pledge,...
The following are Mike Bloomberg's remarks as prepared from The New York Times Higher Ed Leaders Forum on Thursday, May 31,...
Hilarie M. Sheets
Bloomberg Philanthropies is investing $43 million in more than 200 small and midsize cultural organizations in seven cities —...