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Current Focus Areas

Current funding focuses on reversing climate change and building a durable biosphere through innovation, regenerative practices, gender equity, education, and keeping fossil fuels in the ground.


We provide funding to strengthen the ecosystem of support available for innovators working to develop or deploy technological climate solutions that reduce or eliminate greenhouse gas emissions or absorb legacy atmospheric carbon.

Engineering Class

Gender Equity

Hands in the Soil

Regenerative Practices

Regenerative practices revitalize ecosystems, enhance biodiversity, stabilize the water cycle, and draw down carbon through natural processes such as photosynthesis.  We support initiatives that work to restore health to farmland, rangeland, forest, wetland, and ocean ecosystems.  Regenerative practices view ecosystems holistically rather than transactionally, honor the wisdom of local communities and indigenous peoples, and appreciate humanity’s place as part of nature.


As the primary caretakers of family, community, and land in many cultures, women are critical in building family and community resilience during times of change and adversity.  We support work that focuses on sharing leadership across genders, and on educating and empowering people of all genders in order to build grassroots movements toward community self-reliance and resilience. These community-based solutions are crucial to reaching an equitable, low-carbon world.


We support projects and programs that intend to transform the cultural view of climate change and/or a consumption-based economy. In addition, we support environmental literacy programs in schools and community organizations, especially programs that include experiential learning and a connection with the outdoors.

Children in the Garden

Keep Fossil Fuels in the Ground

Transitioning away from fossil fuels to clean energy is essential to protect earth’s climate. We are aligned with former UN climate negotiator Christiana Figueres, who stated prior to COP28, “I thought fossil fuel firms could change. I was wrong. Their unprecedented profits over the past year have shown their unwillingness to adapt.” *  Recognizing that the fossil fuel industry’s interests are fundamentally in conflict with achieving a livable climate, we support efforts to halt completely the development of new fossil fuel infrastructure, and to hold the fossil fuel industry accountable for the costs to the environment and society associated with the extraction and burning of fossil fuels. We support organizations doing this work through litigation, research, activism, and movement building.

Opinion piece in Al Jazeera 6 Jul 2023

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