University of California at Berkeley

For General Support

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  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Organization
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Grants to this Grantee
for the Achieving Clean Energy Goals Through High-Road Implementation project  
UC Berkeley’s Labor Center helps ensure successful implementation of energy efficiency and distributed generation solar policies in California to reduce demand for energy, which in turn will reduce global warming emissions. The Labor Center is a key liaison connecting labor unions, environmental groups, and policymakers.
for a roundtable meeting of the equity project  
For Each and Every Child (EEC) is a nascent initiative housed by the Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy at the University of California, Berkeley; it seeks to implement the findings of the congressionally-chartered, national Commission on Equity and Excellence’s report--For Each and Every Child: A Strategy for Education Equity and Excellence--by: developing outreach and fostering engagement to expand consensus, establishing hubs for informing and supporting a movement, and consulting on policy engineering and technical assistance. EEC will convene a couple of day-long, invitation-only roundtables to identify in detail the implications of Deeper Learning initiatives from an equity perspective. The goals will be to establish a consensus view on whether and how Deeper Learning and equity concerns are interrelated or aligned and how Deeper Learning can be implemented in a way that supports the goals of the equity movement.
for the Achieving Clean Energy Goals Through the High-Road Implementation project  
By working for the successful implementation of California’s energy efficiency and distributed-generation solar policies, UC Berkeley’s Labor Center helps reduce demand for energy, and thereby global warming emissions. A critical liaison between labor unions, environmental groups, and policymakers, the Center will continue in 2014 to engage key unions in the implementation of the state’s global warming law, working especially through the Green Collar Jobs Council.

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