ClimateWorks Foundation

For Campaigns On Transportation, Shipping, And Communications

  • Amount
    $2,000,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    4/12/2016
  • Term
    15 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Strategies
Overview
The ClimateWorks global electric vehicles campaign and global marine campaign, together with global communications, are critical pieces of the necessary transformation to solve the climate crisis. This grant focuses on emission reductions from vehicles and ships, carbon dioxide, and black carbon from gasoline and diesel combustion. The campaigns will support advocacy and communications efforts around climate policy, regulations, incentives, industry innovation and the dissemination of best practices in key regions and countries, such as Brazil, China, Europe, India, and the United States.
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Grants to this Grantee
for the Carbon Dioxide Removal Initiative  
This grant will allow ClimateWorks to develop a strategy for innovation and atmospheric carbon dioxide removal (CDR). The project will support the development of a new field around CDR, and make grants to existing organizations to create programs to support CDR policy development. The program will focus on engineered and natural removal. Engineered CDR includes technologies such as direct air capture, enhanced rock weathering, and bio-energy carbon capture (BECC). Natural solutions include soil enhancements such as biochar, aforestation, and changes in agricultural practices to store more carbon in the soil.
for the Climate and Land Use Alliance program  
This grant will support the Climate and Land Use Alliance at ClimateWorks Foundation. The Alliance’s mission is to realize the potential of forested and agricultural landscapes to mitigate climate change, benefit people, and protect the environment, primarily in Indonesia, Brazil, and Mesoamerica. Land use — from deforestation, land degradation, and the draining and burning of tropical peatlands to fertilizer application and rice and cattle production — is responsible for about 25 percent of human-related greenhouse gas emissions. More effective land use protects the climate by reducing carbon emissions and preserving nature’s vital carbon sinks.

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