Sierra Club Foundation

For The International Climate And Energy Campaign

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    14 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
The Sierra Club’s International Climate program works to transition away from coal toward clean energy solutions in the developing world. Specifically, it seeks to promote strong national offers to be carried into the 2015 UNFCCC international climate negotiations in Paris December 2015. They will work to make sure the World Bank, and other publicly funded development agencies, promote clean energy projects over fossil fuel projects. Finally, the Sierra Club Foundation will work with local groups to protect public health and air and water quality from pollution.
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for the state and federal Clean Transportation for All Campaign  
Sierra Club Foundation’s Clean Transportation for All Campaign aims to cut U.S. oil use to 50% of 2005 levels in 2025, and for the country to have 14 million electric vehicles. This grant supports the program in achieving these objectives through a combination of technical assistance, corporate campaigns, and utility regulatory policy.

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