Grantmaking data shows that foundations around the world have committed more than $50 billion towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) since they were adopted in 2015. Predictions assert that by 2030, that number will rise to at least $364 billion.
To be effective in supporting change, grantmakers need to identify their leverage point: that sweet spot where, in global terms, small sums make a big difference.
Drawdown illustrates that there is no shortage of solutions. Through the work of Project Drawdown, people are seeing possibility come into focus, then committing to make it reality.
How can philanthropy leverage its specialized resources to effectively contribute to India’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) implementation?