This project builds on findings that using forest slash to create biofuels with carbon capture is economical — and would expand California’s ability to mitigate wildfire risk. Specifically, this project will examine the institutional and regulatory barriers to using forest thinning to create lumber products and biofuel with carbon capture. In addition, the project will identify revenue streams that could speed up and expand wildfire mitigation efforts, and work with stakeholders to achieve social buy-in for sound forest management and carbon capture.
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for the Hive Fund for Climate and Gender Justice
The Windward Fund is the fiscal sponsor for the Hive Fund for Climate and Gender Justice, a regranting intermediary focused on elevating investment in diverse climate justice leadership to move equitable climate solutions at the speed and scale needed to attain a just and habitable world. The Hive Fund supports grantmaking in the Gulf South and Atlantic Coast to stop new pollution and scale back existing pollution. They prioritize multi-year general support grants that invite multi-issue groups to engage on energy, climate, justice, and democracy issues. The Hewlett Foundation supported the launch of the fund in 2019. (Substrategy: U.S. Climate Policy)
for the Business Voices for Glasgow project
This grant will allow the Business Voices for Glasgow project to elevate and coordinate U.S. business leaders to help ensure a successful United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, and encourage U.S. corporate leaders to engage with their peers to deepen commitments and accelerate timelines. A key lever for global success will be the role of U.S.-based CEOs to lead with their own corporate commitments, engage in robust public communications, and support behind-the-scenes conversations with their peers and state-level negotiators. (Substrategies: U.S. National Policy and Multilateral)
for the Water Funder Initiative
The Windward Fund’s Water Funder Initiative seeks to advance sustainable water management in the American West by catalyzing philanthropy to confront the toughest problems at hand, with an eye toward building a field capable of delivering systemic change. This grant supports the activities of the Water Funder Initiative.