W. Alton Jones Foundation

Secure World Program

1996 Grants to Promote Energy for Peace

Battelle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory * Nov 1996 - $125,000
Advanced International Studies Unit
Washington, DC
To protect the environment and reduce the risk of nuclear proliferation by encouraging the use of alternative energy sources in China and discouragin g the iuse of nuclear and coal-fired power.

Committee to Bridge the Gap * Feb 1996 - $58,300
Los Angeles, CA
To advance policy efforts in the former Soviet Union and to encourage energy efficiency and reduce reliance on Soviet-era atomic power.

Foreign Policy Research Institute * May 1996 - $75,000
Philadelphia, PA
To promote collaboration in the fields of energy and environment in South Asia, thereby enhancing regional cooperation and security.

Natural Resources Defense Council * Feb 1996 - $30,000
New York, NY
For nongovernmental efforts to enahnce media coverage of the Moscow Summit on Nuclear Safety, heightening international awareness of the dangers of nuclear power.

Nautilus Institute * Feb 1996 - $65,000
Nautilus of America, Inc.
Berkeley, CA
To encougage the efficient production and use of energy in Northeast Asia, analyzing the interrelationship between energy, environment and security.

Nautilus Institute * Nov 1996 - $140,000
Nautilus of America, Inc.
Berkeley, CA
To promote the use of alternative sources of energy in Japan, minimizing use of plutonium and improving the security environment.

United States Committee for UNICEF * May 1996 - $50,000
New York, NY
to support UNICEF's efforts to supply food and micronutrients to 100,000 children in flood affected areas of the Democratic People's Replubic of Korea.

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