General operating support for the Clean Energy Group’s work with low-wealth and frontline communities, policymakers, and developers to increase the adoption of advanced solar plus battery storage technologies and policies in service of just transition solutions.
General operating support for Community Labor United, which is dedicated to coalition building, research and policy development, public education, and grassroots mobilization, to advance policies that promote quality jobs and climate and environmental justice for all.
A planning grant for Crux to: 1) complete the build out of its tech/platform; 2) develop critical partnerships and marketing materials; and 3) build a creator pipeline that will explore the development of immersive video games that will increase revenue streams for Black artists.
Energy Justice Institute (100% Pathways)
To support the Energy Justice Institute’s development and dissemination of equity-focused energy policy tools, model legislation and model projects in partnership with frontline communities and policymakers.
To enable Neighborhoods First’s support of organizations working to build the power of historically disinvested communities to control land, infrastructure, and resources and to disrupt patterns of structural racism that continue to shape New York City’s built environment.
For the Mosaic Network and Fund, a new donor collaborative created to support an arts ecosystem rooted in the values of racial equity by supporting arts groups that are led by, created for, and serve African, Latinx, Asian, Arab, and Native American people.
To provide training, technical support, and capacity building for local groups to ensure equity and sustainability outcomes in public infrastructure investments. This grant will also support an article on the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.
Closeout grant for the creative design and development of Thunder Valley’s Regenerative Community Development — to address the root causes of the historical injustices that exist on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Closeout grant to support the Detroit Collaborative Design Center’s community collaborations and participatory community design with urban neighborhoods and communities that are often excluded from the decision-making process.
The purpose of this grant is to support the Aspen Institute’s Policy Programs—the Economic Opportunities Program (EOP), Center for Urban Innovation (CUI), and Latinos and Society Program (LAS)—in furthering equitable business ecosystems through research, dialogues, tool development, public events, and communications.
The purpose of this grant is to support the BEA’s general operations as well as the BEA Fund, a regranting mechanism to support grassroots environmental justice organizations in the US and US territories.
The purpose of this grant is to provide project support to the California Environmental Justice Alliance (CEJA) to bring the voice and vision of communities of color into statewide environmental justice policy.
To expand the impact of Five Forward (a model for building stronger regional economies through minority business development) by creating a licensed product to launch local replications of the program.
To support a pioneering initiative to connect minority entrepreneurs to tech-based business opportunities and growth industries, while enabling full program sustainability by piloting a new fee-for-service revenue model.
To support the pilot phase of the Fighter League, a project managed by the Just Community Energy Transition Fellow housed at the Movement Strategy Center (MSC). The Fighter League aims to support individual and community leadership development to advance equitable energy solutions and a just transition.