Third Way Institute

For Corporate Engagement On Climate Policy

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    12 Months
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Public support for climate action is growing, particularly in the Midwest and Sunbelt. However, many interest groups are concerned that climate policy could hurt them economically or not include and benefit them. These constituencies, and the policymakers who represent them, could hold the key to enacting ambitious and equitable climate policies. This grant supports two projects: The first will engage companies to build support for robust climate action, clarifying the economic opportunities associated with decarbonization. The second will engage leaders, experts, and advocates of color in climate policy development. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)
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for the Climate and Energy Program  
The Third Way Institute’s Climate and Energy Program designs and advocates for policies that will drive innovation and deployment of clean energy technologies, and deliver the emissions cuts needed to win the fight against climate change. Third Way Institute supports the scaling of a broad set of low-carbon technologies and the development of domestic supply chains for zero-carbon technologies. This grant supports the climate and energy program’s research, analysis, and advocacy to help transition the U.S. economy toward net-zero emissions. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)
for supply chain manufacturing research  
Third Way Institute is partnering with Boston Consulting Group to generate research and analysis on supply chains for clean energy technologies, with an eye toward where the United States is best positioned to compete in clean technology markets at home and abroad. This research will help Third Way Institute educate policymakers by building awareness of domestic manufacturing opportunities and providing education on the types of policies that put the United States in a more competitive position. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)

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