Partnership Project

For A Climate Finance Convening

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In their role at the nexus of climate action and advocacy groups working in the U.S., the Partnership Project sees an opportunity to align and advance regulatory changes in service of climate change mitigation. The Project has come together with to organize a convening aimed at facilitating the creation of a unified climate finance regulatory strategy for the U.S.
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for the Green Leadership Trust  
The Partnership Project’s Green Leadership Trust works to build a more effective environmental movement by supporting and growing the impact and leadership of Black, Indigenous, and people of color serving on U.S. environmental nonprofit boards. Given the impact of boards on the direction of their organizations’ hiring and retention practices, programming, and partnerships, the Western Conservation grantmaking strategy acknowledges that such efforts are a key part of the work to ensure the environmental movement is inclusive and relevant. Green Leadership Trust is guided first and foremost by members’ responsibilities as fiduciaries of the organizations they represent. (Substrategy: Build the Conditions for Enduring Conservation)
for the Climate Action Campaign  
The Partnership Project hosts the Climate Action Campaign, a coalition of national environmental organizations and allies. The coalition executes sophisticated federal campaigns to accomplish two goals: reduce emissions by putting clean energy on the grid and electrifying the nation in equitable ways; and create the conditions necessary for federal decision makers to embrace ambitious climate action, now and in the future. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)
for the Equitable and Just National Climate Forum  
The Partnership Project is the fiscal sponsor for the Equitable and Just National Climate Forum, which brings national environmental and environmental justice groups from across the country together to build trust; bridge historic divides; align around policy principles and commitments to work together; and advocate for bold and equitable climate policies that build an inclusive, just, and pollution-free economy. The forum’s priorities include: supporting educational efforts and on-the-ground partnership building in the hope of advancing equitable climate solutions; ensuring that the Biden Administration implements its Justice40 commitments; addressing legacy pollution and prioritizing pollution reductions in frontline environmental justice communities; and creating space for relationship building and healthy and transparent dialogue. The forum also provides capacity-building grants to participating groups. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)

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