The Environment Program in 2009
The Buffalo Fork River, located outside of Moran, Wyoming, is one of the state's finest locations for fishing. Photo courtesy of Scott Bosse and Greater Yellowstone Coalition.
- Conserve the Western United States and Canada for wildlife and people
- Slow global climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions
- Increase renewable energy and energy efficiency
- Address the environmental problems that disproportionately affect disadvantaged communities in the San Francisco Bay Area
In 2009, the Environment Program made 123 grants to 93 organizations, totaling over $56 million.
The Environment Program in the News in 2009:
EcoFlight Plies the Skies over the American West
Q&A with Michael Scott
What’s Next in the Battle Against Climate Change?
Featured Website: Environmental Working Group
A Victory for Land Conservation
Protecting Forests Goes Mainstream