This grant to the Center for American Progress will support the Women’s Health and Rights Program to integrate reproductive health and rights into the Center’s family economic security work. Building on prior studies, the program will conduct in-depth research and identify how best to activate support for maintaining and improving women’s access to reproductive health services. To reduce the number of restrictions and improve access to reproductive health care, the Women’s Health and Rights Program will use its research and analysis to clarify how to talk to various audiences about the role reproductive health care plays in women’s and families’ financial stability.
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for the Public Lands Program
The Center for American Progress is an independent, nonpartisan policy institute dedicated to improving the lives of all Americans through advancing bold, progressive ideas, as well as strong leadership and concerted action. This grant supports its efforts to ensure that America’s public lands, waters, and wildlife are protected for everyone to experience and explore; that America’s natural resources are developed wisely, safely, and with a fair return to taxpayers; and that public lands are being managed for sustainable economic growth, from creating jobs in recreation and clean energy industries to delivering the quality of life that attracts employees and businesses to western communities. (Substrategy: Advance Conservation Protections)
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 implement a climate change financial regulatory plan, working with a coalition of both climate and finance experts across the United States. (Substrategy: Climate Finance)
for the national climate program and the Equitable & Just National Climate Platform
The Center for American Progress will advance two primary and complementary goals: first, to lay the foundation for ambitious climate action in 2021; and second, to build on the momentum from the last few years within the Equitable & Just Climate Platform to advance environmental and social justice goals. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)