The Design to Win Coalition: Analysis of Policy and Technology Strategy of Major Foundations Promotion Action on Climate Change, 2007-2010
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The Design to Win Coalition: Analysis of Policy and Technology Strategy of Major Foundations Promotion Action on Climate Change, 2007-2010

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In this figure I put together, I look back at the funding strategies and investments between 2007-2010 of the major foundations focused on climate change, a network known as the "Design to Win" ...

In this figure I put together, I look back at the funding strategies and investments between 2007-2010 of the major foundations focused on climate change, a network known as the "Design to Win" Coalition.

The graph shows a strong focus on a carbon pricing, soft path policy and technology strategy; with limited focus on promoting the role of government in fostering innovation; the development of cleaner or next generation "hard technologies," on societal resilience and adaptation and/or the needs of those most vulnerable to climate impacts and energy costs. For more on this analysis, see Chapter 2 of the 2011 report I wrote, linked below.

Nisbet, M.C. (2011). Climate Shift: Clear Vision for the Next Decade of Public Debate. Washington, DC: American University, School of Communication.

http://climateshiftproject.org/report/climate-shift-clear-vision-for-the-next-decade-of-public-debate/#chapter-2

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The Design to Win Coalition: Analysis of Policy and Technology Strategy of Major Foundations Promotion Action on Climate Change, 2007-2010 The Design to Win Coalition: Analysis of Policy and Technology Strategy of Major Foundations Promotion Action on Climate Change, 2007-2010 Presentation Transcript

  • THE DESIGN TO WIN STRATEGY Amount in Grants Associated with Specific Goal / Technology 2007 – 2010 Note: Foundations analyzed include Climateworks, Hewlett, Kresge, Packard, Energy, Seachange, McKight, and Oak. A total of $368 million was distributed across 1248 grants; other programs and goals funded not shown, see full report. Source: Nisbet, M.C. (2011). Climate Shift: Clear Vision for the Next Decade of Public Debate. Washington, DC: American University, School of Communication. $0.45M $1.9M $3.8M no funding $0.2M $1.2M $2.4M $4M $29M $29M $32M $33M $39M Promoting Social Justice & Equity Protecting Public Health Promoting Adaptation Nuclear Energy Evaluating Natural Gas Role of Govt in Innovation / R&D Evaluating Carbon Capture Expanding Public Transport Fuel Economy Standards Int Agreement Renewables Cap & Trade Efficiency Standards Carbon Pricing & Soft Path Strategy Innovation & Hard Path Strategy Resilience & Human Security Strategy