Climate & Energy
Reducing global warming is necessary to protect our health, communities, and economy against profound impacts. Doing so requires aggressively tackling all pollutants that cause warming. The Pisces Foundation’s climate & energy program is pursuing a strategy that will contribute to this goal: cutting emission of black carbon, methane, HFCs, and ground-level ozone. Collectively referred to as short-lived climate pollutants, each is a powerful contributor to global warming.
There are practical and proven ways to reduce these pollutants. In addition, slashing emissions can prevent millions of premature deaths every year and improve crop yields. The result of a campaign to curtail short-lived climate pollutants: a reduction in the rate of warming, improved human health and ecosystem protection, and momentum in the overall effort to transition to a clean energy future.
Our recent Energy and Climate grants include:
Institute for Governance and Sustainable DevelopmentTo accelerate a global phasedown of HFCs.
International Council for Clean TransportationTo reduce black carbon pollution in key countries.
Energy FoundationTo reduce short-lived climate pollutants in the U.S. and China.
Clean Air Task ForceTo reduce methane emissions and educate the public.
Center for Climate and Energy SolutionsTo spur action to phasedown the use of HFCs.
European Climate FoundationTo further promote environmental performance in the shipping industry.
Interested in more information about energy and climate issues?
Climate Nexus is a strategic communications organization dedicated to changing the conversation on climate and clean energy solutions in the United States.
The Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short Lived Climate Pollutants (CCAC) is an international initiative to support fast action and make a difference on several fronts at once: public health, food and energy security, and climate.