Climate Solutions

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New Climate Commitment Aimed at Reducing Emission, Encouraging International Leadership and Cooperation

MacArthur today announced $50 million in grants, a down payment on a major new commitment to help curb global climate disruption by significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Read More
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State Pathways to a Clean Energy Future

Under the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, which sets the first-ever standards limiting carbon pollution from power plants, states can craft their own strategy and set stronger standards that create significant economic benefits. Read More
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Illinois Surpasses 100,000 Clean Energy Workers

A recent survey report commissioned by the Clean Energy Trust finds Illinois has surpassed 100,000 clean energy workers, supporting a growing clean energy market in the state. Read More
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Index Ranks Clean-Tech Activities Nationwide

The 2015 U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index tracks and ranks the clean-tech activities of all 50 states and the 50 largest metro areas in the U.S. Read More
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Southeast, Texas Economies Face Risks From Climate Change

This report finds the Southeastern and Texan economies face severe risks from climate change, including higher temperatures, rising sea levels, and coastal storm surges that will put businesses and lives at risk. Read More
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Mapping Methane Leaks Across the U.S.

A collaboration between Google Earth Outreach and the Environmental Defense Fund uses a new approach to map methane leaks from natural gas pipes to pinpoint the most troublesome areas of climate pollution. Read More

"Inside the War On Coal"

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Climate Change Could Exacerbate Allergies, Asthma

A report by the Natural Resources Defense Council finds that a warming climate could favor the formation of more ozone smog and production of allergenic pollen, a concern for allergy sufferers and asthmatics. Read More

Staff

Portrait of Valerie Chang

Valerie Chang

Managing Director, Programs
Portrait of Sean Harder

Sean Harder

Communications Officer
Portrait of Jorgen Thomsen

Jorgen Thomsen

Director
Portrait of Moutushi Sengupta

Moutushi Sengupta

Director, India Office
Portrait of John Balbach

John Balbach

Associate Director, Impact Investments
Portrait of Kate Barnes

Kate Barnes

Program Officer, Conservation & Sustainable Development
Portrait of Mijo Vodopic

Mijo Vodopic

Senior Program Officer
Portrait of Gabriela Suarez

Gabriela Suarez

Senior Grants Manager
Portrait of Barbara A. Taylor

Barbara A. Taylor

Team Administrator
Portrait of Lucy Blanco

Lucy Blanco

Team Coordinator
Portrait of Maurice Samuels

Maurice Samuels

Program Officer