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Statement on the U.S. Withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord

Foundation President Julia Stasch declares the MacArthur Foundation's deep regret for President Donald Trump’s decision today to remove the United States from the Paris Climate Accord.
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Technology Empowering Communities to Expose Toxic Air Pollution

The Community Empowerment Project by Earthworks is putting infrared camera technology in the hands of people affected by oil and gas development to detect leaks and chronic pollution of gasses including methane, a contributor to global ...
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$19 Million in Grants Broaden the Economic and Health Benefits of Cleaner, Cheaper Energy

Grants will support leadership by civil society, government, and the private sector on climate solutions that enhance the social, economic, and health benefits resulting from less-costly and less-polluting energy sources across the United States.
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Walmart Pledges to Cut Carbon Emissions in Supply Chain to fight Climate Change

Walmart has launched Project Gigaton, a first-of-its-kind initiative to mobilize its suppliers, the largest supply chain in the world, to take one gigaton of carbon out of the atmosphere by reducing emissions.
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Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program Aims to Phase Out Greenhouse Gas

The Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program (K-CEP), a collaboration among 18 foundations including MacArthur, will direct $52 million to help developing countries transition to energy efficient, climate-friendly, affordable cooling solutions.
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Survey Finds 62 Percent Global Decline in New Coal Plants

The Sierra Club’s third annual survey of the coal plant pipeline, Boom and Bust 2017, finds a 62 percent drop in new coal plant construction starts globally, including an 85 percent decline in new Chinese ...

Staff

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Valerie Chang

Managing Director, Programs
Portrait of Sean Harder

Sean Harder

Communications Officer
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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

Senior Program Officer, Conservation & Sustainable Development
Portrait of Mijo Vodopic

Mijo Vodopic

Senior Program Officer
Portrait of Gabriela Suarez

Gabriela Suarez

Senior Grants Manager
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Barbara A. Taylor

Team Administrator
Portrait of Lucy Blanco

Lucy Blanco

Team Coordinator
Portrait of Maurice Samuels

Maurice Samuels

Program Officer
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