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Follow the Data Podcast: Secrets of the Retail Food Environment

In this episode, Kristine Momanyi of the Bloomberg Philanthropies public health team sits down with Sara John, the Senior Policy Director at CSPI - the Center for Science in the Public Interest, Ingrid de Santiago, the Program Coordinator at Bay Area Community Resources, and Anjelika Khadka, a youth advocate taking a stand for healthier food enviro...

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Follow the Data Podcast: Celebrating the History of Filmmaking

Ahead of this year's Academy Awards, Katherine Oliver sits down with the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Director and President Bill Kramer and its Chief Artistic and Programming Officer Jacqueline Stewart. They share some insight on their global approach to curating the museum, how they are experimenting with digital technologies with support fr...

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Arts Data in the Public Sector: A new guide for cities to leverage data about arts & culture

Bloomberg Associates compiled an analysis in Arts Data in the Public Sector: Strategies for Local Arts Agencies, a new resource for cities that shares for leveraging arts data and identifies areas of ongoing complexity and opportunity. David Andersson from Bloomberg Associates’ Culture team writes about how cities can effectively make use of the ar...

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Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Vibrant Oceans Initiative Unveils New Research Validating the 50 Reefs’ Approach to Conserving Coral from Climate Threats

Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Vibrant Oceans Initiative (VOI) released a report finding the 50 Reefs-inspired approach – which prioritizes conservation of a global portfolio of coral reefs that, absent other threats, have the greatest potential to survive climate change and repopulate surrounding reefs – has helped at least 26 organizations and eight f...

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Showing All-Of-Society U.S. Commitment to Climate Action, U.S. Federal Government and America Is All In Come Together at COP26

Today, at the 26th Conference of Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, the Biden-Harris Administration and American non-federal leaders came together to celebrate the re-engagement of the U.S. federal government in the global climate effort and show the collective momentum across sectors for ambitious climate action. America Is All In co-chair and...

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Bloomberg Global Coal Countdown 2.0 Reveals State Of Global Coal Detailed by Country for COP26 Climate Negotiations

Michael R. Bloomberg, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Climate Ambition and Solutions and Founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies, in partnership with the Powering Past Coal Alliance (PPCA), released significant updates to the Bloomberg Global Coal Countdown, the most comprehensive online resource on the state of global coa...

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Bloomberg Philanthropies and Johns Hopkins University Establish the Bloomberg Center for Public Innovation

New $43 million investment will help cities develop creative solutions and deliver better results for residents while advancing the field of public sector innovation.

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Bloomberg Philanthropies Commits $25 Million to Accelerate Satellite and Airborne Methane Sensing Technologies to Turbocharge Fight Against Climate Change

Bloomberg Philanthropies, Carbon Mapper, and partners announced the Carbon Mapper Accelerator program, to accelerate the deployment of emerging remote sensing technologies needed to effectively pinpoint, quantify, and diagnose sources of high-emission methane and carbon dioxide (CO2) globally.

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Mayor of London and Bloomberg Philanthropies Launch New Community Program to Tackle Toxic Air

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan today launched a new Breathe London community program in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies.

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Leading Philanthropic Organizations Partner And Commit to Over $223 Million To Reducing Methane Emissions

A first-of-its-kind alliance of more than 20 leading philanthropic organizations announced an intention to fund more than $223 million to drastically reduce methane emissions around the world. This includes supporting the diplomatic effort spearheaded by the United States and European Union’s Global Methane Pledge to reduce methane emissions by 30%...

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