W. Alton Jones Foundation

Sustainable World Program

1995 Grants to Create Economic Models that are Environmentally Sustainable

Alliance to Save Energy * Nov 1995 - $150,000 over 2 years
Washington, DC
To address historically damaging patterns of federal and state fiscal policy in the energy sector, and examine tax reform that taxes energy use and pollution.

Americans for a Sustainable Economy * Nov 1995 - $200,000 over 2 years
A Project of the Tides Foundation
Washington, DC
To conduct research and education on the connections between tax policy and environmental protection.

Americans for a Sustainable Economy * Nov 1995 - $25,000
A Project of the Tides Foundation
Washington, DC
To support enhanced communication and networking among organizations conducting research and education on the connections between tax policy and environmental protection.

Green Seal * Feb 1995 - $100,000 over 2 years
Washington, DC
To examine the environmental impacts of products and to educate consumers as to which products are environmentally preferable.

National Wildlife Federation * Nov 1995 - $25,000
Washington, DC
To analyze the use of fiscal tools such as taxes and fees to strengthen environmental protection.

Redefining Progress * Nov 1995 - $75,000
San Francisco, CA
To promote tax reform in California that would encourage enterprise and opportunity while discouraging pollution and waste.

Taxpayers for Common Sense Foundation * Nov 1995 - $75,000
Washington, DC
For research and public education to promote cuts in wasteful spending, subsidies and tax breaks that negatively affect the environment.

World Resources Institute * May 1995 - $200,000 over 2 years
Washington, DC
To explore a tax shift that would reduce environmental damage while improving economic well-being and equity.

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