The Natural Resource Defense Council is a leading organization in the environmental field and has programs to address the new technologies and changes in behavior needed to put the U.S. on the necessary trajectory to reach deep 2050 climate goals. Given that the emissions from transportation in the United States are growing, and have become the primary source of global warming pollution in the country, the Council is prioritizing solutions for this sector. With the support of this grant, the Council will integrate strategies on electrification, shared-use, and pricing mechanisms to reduce emissions and transition to a low-carbon transport system in key cities and states in the U.S.
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Grants to this Grantee
for internal strategic thinking and communications trainings for all China-based staff
for China’s equitable low-carbon transition
To support NRDC in promoting a subnational clean energy transition in Jiangsu Province. The project will reduce Jiangsu’s coal demand by growing local renewable energy development, and advance mechanisms to increase cross-provincial and cross-regional new energy development. (Substrategy: China National Policy)