urgewald

Sassenberg, Germany

Grants

$100,000 for 2 years

Awarded: June 20, 2019

Citizen Organizing

For its project on international financial institutions and fossil fuels

$30,000 for 1 year

Awarded: May 21, 2018

Citizen Organizing

For its project on international financial institutions and fossil fuels.

$30,000 for 10 months

Awarded: December 12, 2016

Analysis and Communication

For its project on international financial institutions and fossil fuels.

$60,000 for 1 year

Awarded: October 21, 2015

Past Program | Democratic Practice–Global Governance (revised 2017)

For work on international financial institutions and fossil fuels.

$37,500 for 1 year

Awarded: August 26, 2013

Past Program | Democratic Practice–Global Governance (revised 2017)

For research and analysis on public policies that subsidize fossil fuel investments globally.

$12,500 for 1 year

Awarded: December 12, 2012

Past Program | Democratic Practice–Global Governance (revised 2017)

For its work on the global finance of fossil fuels.

About the Grantee

“The universe of companies with significant coal-related business is much larger than investors think.”

Urgewald's Global Coal Exit List allows active investors to speed up their divestment efforts by helping them to discover the hidden coal in their current portfolios and to identify companies with significant coal holdings to avoid in future investments.