We are facing an unprecedented climate emergency.

The United Nations has estimated that we need to reduce carbon emissions by half within a decade in order to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change. In response, the Aileen Getty Foundation has shifted the bulk of our resources to organizations and individuals addressing the climate emergency. A few of these partnerships are highlighted below.

“Supporting the activists trying to save the world.”

Aileen Getty provided the foundational grant to establish The Climate Emergency Fund (CEF).

“Re-writing the future of food.”

GFI supports the innovators, investors, and companies focused on clean meat and plant-based alternatives to animal products.

“Putting life at the center of every action and decision.”

Regeneration applies to all of life, and it applies equally to family, communities, cities, schools, religion, commerce, and governments.

“Experienced Americans determined to change the world for the better.”

Americans over 60 campaigning on issues of climate change, racial equity, and the protection of democracy.

“Empowering Californians to take meaningful action to safeguard the climate.”

The State of California is leading the nation with the first state-level climate service corps.

“Creating ambassadors for the climate.”

The Climate Reality Project aims to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by empowering everyday people to become activists.