The Urban Greening Program will fund projects that reduce greenhouse gases by sequestering carbon, decreasing energy consumption and reducing vehicle miles traveled, while also transforming the built environment into places that are more sustainable, enjoyable, and effective in creating healthy and vibrant communities. These projects will establish and enhance parks and open space, using natural solutions to improving air and water quality and reducing energy consumption, and creating more walkable and bike-able trails. DUE MAY 1, 2017.
Building local climate resilience
From extreme weather to rising sea levels, the threat that climate change poses to communities across California is becoming all too apparent. In an effort to promote local resilience to climate change, PG&E is investing $1 million over five years through the Better Together Resilient Communities grant program to support local climate resilience initiatives.
Program overview and 2017 focus on wildfires - in 2017, PG&E will award two individual $100,000 grants―$200,000 in total―through a competitive process. (DUE MAY 12, 2017)
- Incentive Wood Stove Replacement Program (Grant) Due 04-28-2017
- Natural Resources Training and Education at Mill Creek and Tr- Rivers (Grant) Due 04-28-2017
- Land and Water Conservation Fund State and Local Assistance Program (Grant) Due 04-28-2017
- Stewardship Science Academic Alliances (SSAA) Program (Grant) Due 04-30-2017
- Urban Greening Grant Program (Grant) Due 05-01-2017