The Environment Program in 2011
The American Lung Association, a Hewlett Foundation grantee, brings a different perspective to the quest for clean air: the health of children. The Association recently launched its “Red Carriage" ad campaign to drive the point home. Photo courtesy of the American Lung Association.
- Conserving the ecological integrity of the North American West for wildlife and people.
- Ensuring the global average temperature increases less than 2 degrees Celsius.
- Ensuring that energy efficiency is increased and that the energy supply is clean in nations with high energy demand.
In 2011, the Environment Program made 139 grants to 107 organizations, totaling over $49.7 million.
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The Environment Program in the News in 2011:
- Featured on the Web: Hewlett Foundation’s Five-Year Plan for Conserving Western Lands – January 2011
- “Foundations”: A Q&A with Michael Scott, Environment Program Officer – February 2011
- A Place Where the Public Doesn’t Mind Spending – May 2011
- Erin Rogers Joins Hewlett Foundation as Officer in the Environment Program – February 2011
- Breathing Easy – December 2011