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With climate chaos growing by the day, science and common sense dictate that the last thing our world can afford is more fossil fuel infrastructure. Yet U.S. oil and gas companies are still trying to break ground on new projects, whether pipelines or plants, frequently over the objections of the regions’ Indigenous communities and other neighbors. We're honored to join the Swift and Kataly Foundations in supporting grassroots efforts that are working towards a greener and more equitable planet. Learn more in this Inside Philanthropy article. ...

When California voters passed Propositions 11 and 20 to create the statewide independent redistricting commission a decade ago, there were concerns that such a panel would end up diluting the voting power of the state’s Asian, Latino and African American communities. The other commissioners and I felt the weight of that concern daily and took to heart our responsibility to serve all of our state’s diverse population. This must be kept in mind once again as the state prepares to redraw districts. Hear directly from Panta Rhea CEO Connie Archbold Robinson about the impact of her work with California’s redistricting commission...