The European Climate Foundation has been the ClimateWorks Foundation’s primary regranter for climate mitigation in the European Union and has been a center of advocacy innovation since Johannes Meier became the executive director. Over the next three years, the Foundation will focus on expanding the European Union’s climate ambitions through the development and implementation of the their 2030 framework. They will work to expand their efforts to create a continent-wide clean electricity system, institute a 70 grams-per-liter fuel efficiency standard for vehicles, and accelerate the drive to electrify the transportation system. In addition, they will work to implement these policies in key member states including Poland, France, and the U.K.
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Grants to this Grantee
for fostering and accelerating Asian energy transitions and steel decarbonization
The European Climate Foundation works to foster the transition to a net-zero society to ensure a healthy planet and sustainable living conditions for current and future generations. Its Pooled-fund on International Energy aims to secure a shift in electricity capacity and power systems. This grant will help foster China’s international climate and energy transition leadership in Africa, and accelerate Asian steel decarbonization. (Substrategy: China National Policy and Global Industry)
for transport program
The European Climate Foundation works to foster the transition to a net-zero society to ensure a healthy planet and sustainable living conditions for current and future generations. Its transport program is a critical partner to our zero-emissions transportation strategy. Using a multifaceted approach that advances vehicle standards and charging infrastructure, highlighting the benefits to jobs and health, the foundation’s grantees will work to electrify all European road transport by 2050. (Substrategy: Electrification)