The Coalition for Clean Air is a California-based environmental advocacy organization leading the work to reduce pollution from freight and goods movement in the state. With this grant, the Coalition will continue to support their Zero Emissions Freight Transportation Program and the Charge Ahead Initiative, promoting and developing specific freight mitigation measures together with other coalition partners, port and member communities and allied organizations. They target clean freight policies to reduce carbon dioxide and black carbon emissions including electric drive technologies, infrastructure improvements, and improvements on logistics. One of the priority venues is the California Air Resource Board’s Freight Strategy.
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for the California Clean Freight Coalition
The Coalition for Clean Air (CCA) is a Californian advocacy environmental organization, known by its contribution to air quality improvements around ports, specifically the successful Clean Trucks program at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. With this grant, CCA will lead and re-engage the coalition of clean air, public health and environmental justice organizations to develop a more comprehensive strategy around freight, including infrastructure, logistics and new technologies to further reduce global warming and conventional pollutant emissions.
for the Zero-Ing in on Freight Program
This California-based environmental advocacy organization leads the work to reduce pollution from freight hauling. With this grant, the Coalition will continue to promote and develop strategies for clean freight policies, which includes infrastructure improvements, logistics, and new technologies to further reduce global warming and conventional pollutant emissions from moving goods.
for a field assessment and development of programmatic and communication strategies
The Coalition for Clean Air (CCA) will use this $50,000 grant to increase its organizational capacity to define and meet its programmatic, communication and fundraising needs. CCA will hire a consultant to conduct a scan of the field, along with the organizaiton's members and potential members, allies, and partners. This scan will help inform recommendations on CCA's role vis-a-vis other organizations, its program and policy focus, and the way in which it communicates with key constituencies to build financial support for the organization.