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These grants support efforts in New York, and in some cases on a regional/national level, that decrease reliance on fossil fuels, particularly natural gas, or that help shift New York State's energy needs away from conventional fossil fuel sources and toward a clean energy system that is accessible, affordable and protective of citizens' health.

2018

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY
Continuation of methane research and outreach (over 2 years)
$130,000
www.cornell.edu

Earthworks

Washington, DC
Curbing shale gas expansion in the Easter U.S.
$85,000
www.earthworksaction.org

Honor the Earth

Callaway, MN
Great Lakes pipeline campaign
$50,000
www.honorearth.org

Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, Inc.

Cleveland, OH
Energy finance training for advocates working on unconventional gas and oil campaigns
$15,000
www.ieefa.org

Netcentric Campaigns, Inc.

Washington , DC
Halt the Harm Network
$20,000
www.netcentriccampaigns.org

Partnership for Policy Integrity

Pelham, MA
Investigation into confidential fracking chemicals
$40,000
www.pfpi.net

Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporation

Pittsburgh, PA
Alleghany Front reporting on the environmental, public health and climate implications of natural gas.
$25,000
www.pittsburghcommunitybroadcasting.org

Sierra Club Foundation

, CA
Campaign to stop gas pipelines
$40,000
www.sierraclubfoundation.org

Virginia Organizing, Inc.

Charlottesville, VA
Science Communication Network's project on unconventional oil and gas (over 2 years)
$50,000
www.virginia-organizing.org

Catskill Mountainkeeper, Inc.

Livingston Manor, NY
New Yorkers for Clean Power
$30,000
www.catskillmountainkeeper.org

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