2004: Objective I / Strategy 2

The Nathan Cummings Foundation

 

2004: Objective I / Strategy 2

OBJECTIVE I: To facilitate the accountability of corporations, governments, and other institutions for their environmental practices.

Strategy 2:To broaden public constituencies that will encourage corporations and other institutions to internalize the true environmental costs of their activities, by connecting environmentalists to public health, labor, religious, minority, economic development, science, business, youth, academic, social justice and other groups.

List of Grants that fall under this Objective/Strategy:

American Rivers, Inc./Reframing the Environment: A Planning Proposal presented by American Rivers in collaboration with leading members of the national environmental community

Center for Community Change/Movement Vision Project

Collective Heritage Institute/General Support

Commonweal/Collaborative on Health and the Environment

Common Assets Defense Fund/Apollo Project 

Earth Day Network, Inc./Campaign for Communities: Leadership Development

Educational Broadcasting Corporation/NOW with Bill Moyers

Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in California/Green Jobs, Not Jails

Environmental Working Group/Campaign to Reframe Pollution

Farmers' Legal Action Group, Inc./Taking on Corporate Agriculture

Health Care Without Harm/General Support 

Institute for America's Future, Inc./New Growth Initiative/Apollo Project

Institute for America’s Future, Inc./New York Apollo Project

Labor Institute/Strategic Initiative Forum 

Land Stewardship Project/Campaign for Family Farms and the Environment

Midwest States Center/General Support

Organization for Competitive Markets/Countervailing Power Project

Public Interest Projects/Strategic Values Project

Redefining Progress/General Support

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc./Carbon Disclosure Project

Rockwood Leadership Program/General Support

Tides Center/Organizers’ Forum

Western Organization of Resource Councils Education Project/General Support 

University of Wisconsin, Madison/Center on Wisconsin Strategy