Western Resource Advocates
For The Opportunities In The Interior West For Commercializing Carbon Capture, Use, And Storage
This grant will support a carbon capture and direct air capture program at Western Resource Advocates (WRA). The goal of the program is to promote carbon capture projects in the Intermountain West. WRA will support policy research on the viability of carbon capture in the industrial, energy development, and power sectors.
About the Grantee
2260 Baseline Road, Suite 200, Boulder, CO, 80302-7740, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for state-based solutions to improve wildfire resilience in Colorado and Montana
Western Resource Advocates (WRA) is dedicated to protecting the West’s land, air, and water. This grant supports WRA’s work to advance state-based solutions to improve wildfire resilience in Colorado and Montana. (Substrategy: Wildfire)
for the videoconferencing project
We recommend support to the Western Resource Advocates (WRA) to purchase web-based videoconferencing equipment and services for their offices in Colorado, Utah, and Nevada. WRA is a long-time grantee of the Hewlett Foundation with a strong record of policy successes protecting western lands and promoting clean energy and low carbon strategies in the Intermountain West. A web-based videoconferencing system will enable WRA to more effectively link program staff and other partners without requiring equipment at every meeting location, significantly save on travel costs, and create a model for mitigating CO2 pollution.