The Foundation commissioned California Environmental Associates to conduct an evaluation of the impact of the Western Conservation Subprogram’s approach and investments in the North American West. This summary provides an overview of the successes, challenges, and lessons learned.
This study highlights key strategies that can deliver big climate wins while maintaining food security and building resilience. The report finds that annual carbon emissions from global agriculture can be reduced by as much as 50 to 90 percent by 2030.
Charting a Course to Sustainable Fisheries lays out pragmatic ways to overcome the social, economic, and institutional barriers that keep us from making good fisheries management decisions.
On the heels of several recent landmark victories in West Coast marine conservation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation hired CEA to produce an assessment of the state of the California Current ecosystem off the West Coast of the United States.
EcoWest tracks, analyzes, and visualizes environmental trends in the American West to answer key questions about the state of the environment.
In the five years since Design To Win (DTW) was released, the climate landscape–both technical and political–has changed with many lessons learned. This report focuses on how our understanding of some of the key factors have changed since 2007, and identifies those issues that remain essentially unchanged since then.
This report examines a deal that shrank the footprint of a major natural gas development near Utah’s Desolation Canyon.
This engaging narrative explores how the Bureau of Land Management shifted its position from initially proposing oil gas and drilling in Colorado’s Vermillion Basin--one of the last remaining big areas of undeveloped habitat in a region rich with fossil fuels--to recommending the preservation of 77,000 acres.
Never before have donors, foundations, policymakers and the general public confronted such a complex and far-reaching crisis. Several foundations sponsored a report that identified the need for a coordinated global response to “win” in the battle against climate change, as well as the top priority policies, sectors, and geographies for avoiding dangerous climate change.