Foundation News & Updates
A unique visual diary of the impact climate-amplified extreme weather is already having on ordinary people around the globe.
Early-stage research on sinking biomass, a pathway by which carbon dioxide removal (CDR) could be compatible with sustainable development.
With funding from the CO2 Foundation, Climate Central proposed to develop a demonstration system for ocean-based extreme events.
Report-back on dialogue on how severe weather events can catalyze accelerated climate action and incubate practical responses by the financial sector
Extreme weather and what to do about it.
Open now, with applications prior to October 15 receiving priority.
The 2023 update of this report will follow on the heels of the 2022 version, the first project funded by CO2 Foundation.
Working closely with Climate Resilience Program Director Dr. Chas Jones, CO2 Foundation pivoted funding toward other Foundation-aligned projects.
The CO2 Foundation has created a summary of its 2022 Annual Report, which is available as a PDF and in short form online.
This project has a practical and locally-relevant focus, and welcomes new audiences and journalists to extreme weather coverage.
The CO2 Foundation was pleased to offer support for an extreme weather track on the robust program of the Fifth National Adaptation Forum.
Lending support to GBH Planet Future Fund to produce programs that illuminate practical, equitable and sustainable solutions to the current climate crisis.
The 2022 update of the World Scientists Warning of a Climate Emergency, funded by the CO2 Foundation, was published in the journal BioScience on October 26, 2022.
Empowering Tribes to leverage the power of effective networks, reducing the risk of extreme weather impacts and increasing the number of carbon sequestration and mitigation projects on Tribal lands.
Fostering a national climate change adaptation conversation and catalyzing the action required for innovative and collaborative climate-amplified extreme weather resilience.
Exploring the reverberations of extreme weather events to make climate adaptation feel urgent, relevant, and actionable for all audiences.