RFF Founders' Day 2023
Celebrating Over 70 Years of Impact
On October 7th, as we celebrate our “Founders' Day” and over seven decades of impact, we invite you to once again be a part of our journey.
Our world desperately needs a comprehensive approach to combat the climate crisis. We need shared knowledge, innovative solutions, and an unwavering commitment to an equitable energy transition. We must lay the foundation for sustainable solutions that will endure for generations. The enormity of this task demands nothing less than systemic change—one that harnesses the power of creative thinking and uplifts communities across the globe.
This is what guides us: a future where we successfully confront the climate crisis. Where the impacts of climate change no longer loom as a threat to our homes and communities, but rather become an opportunity for innovation and resilience.
To build this future, however, we need your support. Will you join us?
Impact your support helped make possible
Investigating Air Quality in New York City Schools
Air quality monitor programs can empower communities, like those in the Bronx, and provide decisionmakers with localized, accurate data to develop equitable clean air policies.
Exploring the Economics of Critical Minerals
The economics of critical minerals play an essential role in deploying the technologies needed for a low-carbon future.
Using Better Data to Understand the Impacts of Extreme Weather
As communities and leaders grapple with and make decisions on how to mitigate the damage caused by extreme weather and climate change, accessible and objective data is needed—data that RFF can provide.
Informing Policymakers with RFF's Carbon Scoring Project
What if policymakers had a “price tag” for carbon emissions? Last March, guided by this question, we launched RFF’s Carbon Scoring Project.