11th Hour Project

Founding Year: 2006

Staff: 31

Budget: $47M (2018)

Works at the nexus of energy, food & agriculture, and human rights.


  • Energy:  The Project invests in organizations pursuing restrictions on fossil fuels and advancement of cleaner alternatives concurrently, e.g., The Public Lab
  • Food and Agriculture: building systems that improve soil, air, water, and animal and human health, e.g., the Missouri Rural Crisis Center
  • Human Rights: supporting local economic development models, e.g., the African Centre for Biodiversity
  • Impact Investing: funds both Mission Related Investments (MRIs) and Program Related Investments (PRIs) in the fields of climate change mitigation, renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, and marine technology


11th Hour Project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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