Expanding opportunities in America’s cities

National Center for Conservation Science and Policy

Ashland, Ore.
$750,000

Awarded

Awarded:
2009

The center, now known as the Geos Institute, brings the knowledge of top research scientists to the natural resource policymaking arena. This three-year grant funds the expansion of the center’s successful Climate Futures Forums, which inform and empower local decision makers to respond proactively to climate-change impacts, and provides support for the center’s advocacy for climate-wise policy at the state and national level.