Partners in Lifting Voices
An international movement of ordinary people working to end the age of fossil fuels and build a world of community-led renewable energy for all. During the early stages of the covid 19 pandemic, Bulb Foundation provided an emergency grant to help 350.org scale up their online and virtual capabilities to continue to support activists around the world.
Both ENDS works with partner NGOs across the world to put an end to export credit agencies funding fossil fuel projects that often benefit investors at the expense of people in the Global South. Bulb Foundation’s support has been targeted at Both ENDS’ work on ending European Export Credit Agencies’ investment in fossil fuel projects throughout the Global South.
Coalition to turn the Federal Reserve Green
A coalition to get US financial regulators, who currently provide little support for climate-related disclosure or regulation and continue to support the fossil fuel industry, to actively hasten the clean-energy transition. This work will be done by a coalition led by 350.org that includes Public Citizen, Americans for Financial Reform, Evergreen Action, Democracy Collaborative, Action Center on Race & the Economy (ACRE), Sierra Club, Sunrise Project and Friends of the Earth. Bulb Foundation provides core support for this work to ensure that its members are able to dedicate time and resources to the effort.
Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty
An initiative to phase out fossil-fuel production, and fast-track progress towards safer and more cost-effective solutions. It seeks to deal with carbon emissions at source, recognising the need for international agreements and law to effectively and fairly leave large swathes of remaining fossil fuels in the ground. Bulb Foundation has provided core support in order to help scale up the outreach of the Treaty as well as analysis and operational scale up.
Grupo de Financiamento Climatico LAC
Based in Mexico, GFLAC works to ensure that financial flows in Latin America support green and sustainable development through increased transparency and advocacy.
Justicia Ambiental [subgrant of Re:Common]
JA!, which means Now! in English, works very closely with communities on environmental issues such as the cutting down of forests, pollution, dams, oil exploration and people’s access to clean water.