W. Alton Jones Foundation

Sustainable World Program

1994 Grants to Promote Economics for a Sustainable Planet
General

Accounting for the Environment * Mar 1994 - $75,000
A Project of the Tides Foundation
Chevy Chase, MD
To encourage adoption by international bodies and national governments of environmental accounting methods that would provide a more accurate measure of gross national product.

Bank Information Center * Mar 1994 - $10,000
Washington, DC
To design and implement a network of nongovernmental organizations in Asia monitoring Asian Development Bank activities.

Bank Information Center * Nov 1994 - $100,000
Washington, DC
To advocate for peoples adversely affected by the environmental impacts of multilateral development bank activities in the developing world.

Both Ends * Nov 1994 - $50,000
Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
To provide educational information to other nongovernmental organizations in developing countries and to educate Dutch policy makers on multilateral development bank issues.

Carnegie Mellon University * Mar 1994 - $34,000
Graduate School of Industrial Administration
Pittsburgh, PA
For a workshop focusing on critical issues concerning economics and the environment.

Center for Global Change * Mar 1994 - $135,000 over 2 years
University of Maryland
College Park, MD
To encourage states to broaden the concept of "sin taxes" to include pollution and energy taxes.

Clean Water Fund * Mar 1994 - $150,000
Washington, DC
To promote public support for the establishment of polluter pay fee structure to raise funds for environmental protection.

Clean Water Fund * Dec 1994 - $35,000
Washington, DC
To enlist public support for establishing a polluter pay fee structure to increase revenues for environmental quality improvements, and to incorporate the external costs of pollution in the price of production.

Eco Northwest * Jul 1994 - $40,000
Eugene, OR
To analyze management plans proposed by the U.S. Forest Service for National Forests on the east slope on the Cascades,and to analyze the economic impacts of internalizing the environmental costs of resource-extraction activities.

Erklärung von Bern * Nov 1994 - $50,000
The Berne Declaration
Zurich, SWITZERLAND
To promote environmentally sustainable lending practices at the World Bank.

Fundación Natura * Nov 1994 - $50,000
Quito, ECUADOR
To educate government decision-makers on the need to incorporate environmental considerations into multilateral development bank projects in Ecuador.

Sierra Club of Canada * Nov 1994 - $35,000
Ottawa, ON CANADA
To promote environmentally sustainable lending practices at MDBs through research, analysis, coordinating the activities of nongovernmental organizations, and policymaker education.

Urgewald * Nov 1994 - $50,000
Sassenberg, GERMANY
To educate the general public and policymakers about the need to reform Germany's multilateral aid policies.

World Economy, Ecology & Development Association * Nov 1994 - $50,000
Bonn, GERMANY
To educate the general public and policymakers about the need to reform Germany's multilateral aid policies.

Rev. 97.04.10
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