Partnership Project

For The Climate Action Campaign

  • Amount
    $2,535,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    5/20/2014
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Strategies
Overview
The EPA issued a draft regulation to limit carbon pollution from existing power plants. This regulation presents the single best policy opportunity to reduce heat-trapping gases this decade. If designed well and implemented on schedule, the rule and accompanying state plans will reduce power-sector global warming emissions 25 percent by 2020. The Partnership Project hosts a coordinated coalition of national environmental groups and others to conduct strategic, coordinated communications and organizing activities to defend EPA’s authority to issue such rules, and to ensure that the power plant rule is effective and on schedule. Since approval of this grant and other EPA rule oriented grants reported in the docket, EPA released the draft regulation described above. This is an important step in the process of securing a strong final regulation that will cut electric sector GHG emissions by 30% by 2030.
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Grants to this Grantee
for the Clean Cars Campaign  
This grant supports the Clean Cars Campaign within the Partnership Project. The Clean Cars Campaign is comprised of organizations ranging from environmental, consumer protection, and health to national security and business. The campaign’s focus is to defend federal car fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards and plan for advancing these regulations in the future. The campaign is focused on educating the public on where major automakers stand with respect to their support of strong clean car standards in the U.S. Maintaining and advancing strong federal clean car standards is a key element of the Climate Initiative’s transportation substrategy.
for the Climate Advocacy Lab  
The Climate Advocacy Lab is a pioneer in "evidence-based advocacy," serving as a hub for coordination, collaboration, and best practices on translating public support for climate change into action, including through digital training services and communications and the use of psychology, sociology, and other social sciences to change motivations and attitudes.

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