The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions works to limit global warming emissions on two fronts. At the domestic level, it has programs like Climate Innovation 2050, which seeks ways to decarbonize the U.S. economy. Internationally, it has programs like the Climate Negotiator Dialogue, which seeks to foster cooperation and understanding between countries and grow ambition for reductions of global warming emissions. (Substrategy: Multilateral)
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Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support
The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions works to limit global warming emissions both domestically — where it prioritizes working with industry and policymakers to reduce U.S. emissions — and internationally, where it works to foster cooperation and understanding between countries and grow ambition for further cutting global greenhouse gas emissions. (Substrategies: U.S. National Policy and Multilateral)
for support of climate workshops
This grant will fund a series of workshops to bring together international senior climate negotiators to plan and coordinate for upcoming climate negotiations. In advance of international climate conferences, the workshops will enable participants to discuss challenges and approaches so they can focus on increasing ambition and resolve key differences.
for the Climate Innovation 2050 program
This grant will fund a series of workshops to bring together 22 of the country’s largest CO2 emitters and corporate actors in a facilitated process to develop de-carbonization roadmaps for the U.S. The project is important because all the participating firms have agreed, in principle, that climate change is a threat and the world’s biggest economies must largely de-carbonize. Participants are expected to support policies and corporate action de-carbonization plans.