We envision a world where people can thrive and nature can flourish - a world in which one is not sacrificed for the other.

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We envision a world where people can thrive and nature can flourish - a world in which one is not sacrificed for the other.

We envision a world where people can thrive and nature can flourish - a world in which one is not sacrificed for the other.

We seek to promote the health and well-being of the planet – its people and its natural environment – by focusing on three program areas:

Mesoamerican Reef

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Mesoamerican Reef

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Equality for Women and Girls

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Equality for Women and Girls

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Sustainable Cities

Sustainable Cities

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Shared Roots, Different Branches: Expanding Understanding of Child Marriage in Diverse Settings

The Journal of Adolescent Health (JAH) with GreeneWorks and partners launched a research volume highlighting the manifestations of child, early, forced marriage globally. This special edition includes the Gender Norms, Control Over Girl’s Sexuality, and Child Marriage: A Honduran Case Study which explores links among marianismo, girls’ mobility and sexuality, and child marriage among adolescent… Read More »

Young People Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health: Toward a New Normal

Right now, the largest generation of young people in history is in or approaching their reproductive years. Youth need information about their bodies and rights, as well as tools and support to make the decisions best for themselves and their circumstances.

The Youth Investment, Engagement, and Leadership Development (YIELD) Project report, Young People Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health: Toward a New Normal, finds that making this happen will require young people’s participation and leadership at every level in youth sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) initiatives—from ideation to implementation…. Read More »