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Program: Climate and Clean Energy

WE ACT for Environmental Justice

Founded in 1988, WE ACT for Environmental Justice’s (WE ACT) mission is to build healthy communities by ensuring that people of color and/or low-income residents participate meaningfully in the creation of sound and fair environmental health and protection policies and practices. WE ACT envisions a community that has informed and engaged residents who participate fully …

Climate Power Education Fund

Climate Power Education Fund (CPEF) creates public communication campaigns to demonstrate what climate action means for peoples’ lives. This grant provides project support for CPEF’s work to create paid, organic, and earned media campaigns to support strong federal action on climate and to counter misinformation from opponents.

Communities First Fund

The Communities First Infrastructure Alliance, established by the Communities First Fund, is a partnership of national organizations and community-based organizations which works to transform how federal, state, and local governments invest public dollars in low-wealth and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities by implementing a relationships-first approach to community-driven solutions that center communities’ leadership, …

Environmental Defense Fund

Established in 1967, the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) creates transformational solutions to serious environmental problems. EDF’s mission is to preserve the natural systems on which all life depends by linking science, economics, law, and innovative private-sector partnerships. These grants are for general support and to advance climate and clean energy policies.

The Green New Deal Network

The Green New Deal Network (GNDN) is a coalition of grassroots organizing, labor, and climate and environmental justice organizations that together push policymakers to make serious commitments to pass climate policy that fuels economic recovery, creates good jobs, and advances racial justice. GNDN is a project of the State Democracy Project, a fiscal sponsor that …

Energy and Environmental Law Program

The Energy and Environmental Law Program (EELP) is a legal research program at Harvard Law School. Founded in 2006, EELP faculty, staff, and students provide rigorous legal analysis to help facilitate the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable future by identifying durable policies and strategies for policymakers, the private sector, and environmental NGOs. This grant provides …

International Council on Clean Transportation

The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) was established in 2005 to provide unbiased research and technical analysis on transportation for environmental regulators globally at the national, state, and local levels. Its goal is to achieve a zero-emissions transportation sector, worldwide, early in the second half of this century. This grant is for general support.

Advanced Energy Economy Institute

Advanced Energy Economy Institute (AEE Institute) is a nonprofit advocacy organization whose mission is to transform public policy and enable a rapid transition to an advanced clean energy future. AEE Institute provides clean energy advocates, businesses, and policymakers with research, reports, aggregated data, and analytic tools to educate leaders on the benefits and opportunities of …

Climate Central

Climate Central is an independent organization that brings together leading scientists and journalists to research and report the facts about our changing climate and its impact on the public. Climate Central’s scientists publish – and its journalists report on – climate science, energy, and sea level rise. This grant helps Climate Central’s Climate Matters program assist more than 1,000 TV meteorologists (about half of …