The Center for American Progress and the American Enterprise Institute are leading Washington think tanks working at the intersection of politics and policy. This grant would allow experts in demography and public opinion at both institutions to jointly assess likely trends and patterns of diversity in the U.S. population over the next several decades. These projections will have major implications for our political system and the polarization that is now so readily observable within it. Having experts from these two different institutions publicly project, discuss, and debate our nation’s evolving demographics will help illuminate the path forward—and pitfalls to avoid—for political leaders and policy advocates alike.
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for the Climate Finance Regulatory Project
The Center for American Progress is an independent nonpartisan policy institute whose work spans environmental and economic issues. The center will develop a climate change financial regulatory plan, working with a coalition of both climate and finance experts across the United States.
for scoping U.S.-China climate engagement
This grant will support the Center for American Progress in organizing a series of climate dialogues between high-level Chinese and U.S. leaders, as well as work to bring together rising Chinese and North American climate experts. This grant seeks to build trust between high-level stakeholders in the two countries so they may work together to support increased climate ambition in both the U.S. and China. It also seeks to bring together young climate experts to share knowledge and develop joint strategies to decarbonize both countries.
for a community-informed strategy for modernizing and elevating the teaching profession
The Center for American Progress (CAP) is an independent, nonpartisan policy institute dedicated to improving the lives of all Americans through bold, progressive ideas, as well as strong leadership and concerted action. CAP uses research and policy ideas to challenge the media to cover important issues and shape the national discourse. With policy teams in major issue areas, CAP will employ its extensive communications and outreach to advocate for changes that modernize and elevate the teaching profession to positively impact students from historically underserved communities.