CLIMATE CHANGE FUNDING PROGRAMS
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California Air Resources Board (CARB)
The Funding Wizard is a searchable database of grants, loans, rebates, PACE financing and incentives available in California — gathered all in one place —to help you pay for sustainable projects. The Funding Wizard team combs the internet for funding opportunities in categories such as energy, air quality, climate change, transportation, urban development, waste management, and water. Brought to you by CARB, CA Strategic Growth Council and CA Natural Resources Agency.
Central Coast Community Energy (3CE)
California Climate Investment
Local businesses, nonprofits, educational institutions, and governments can receive funds to reduce climate pollution through clean transportation, waste prevention, clean air initiatives, affordable housing, active transportation, climate action planning and more.
Climate Change Adaptation Resource Center
The EPA is providing federal funding and technical assistance for climate adaptation programs in communities to provide a variety of sources to fund capital projects, pay for operations and maintenance costs, and sustain programs.
Climate Change Research Grants
EPA funds climate change research and modeling tools to improve knowledge of the health and environment effects of climate change, and provide sustainable solutions for communities to effectively manage and reduce the impacts of a changing climate.
High Road Training Partnerships
The High Road Training Partnerships (HRTP) initiative is a $10M demonstration project designed to model partnership strategies for the state. Ranging from transportation to health care to hospitality, the HRTP model embodies the sector approach championed by the California Workforce Development Board — industry partnerships that deliver equity, sustainability, and job quality.
CLEEN Program: California Lending for Energy and Environmental Needs
The CLEEN Center provides direct public financing to Municipalities, Universities, Schools and Hospitals (MUSH borrowers) to help meet the State’s goals for greenhouse gas reduction, water conservation and environmental preservation.