Climate Program Portal for Federal Funding

Atlas Public Policy

Posted on: 8/22/2022 - Updated on: 8/22/2022

Posted by

CAKE Team

Overview

The Climate Program Portal highlights unprecedented federal funding for climate change pulling together crucial summary data, news, requests and updates related to the climate elements in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).

This Portal was developed by Atlas Public Policy with input from diverse stakeholders. With all this data in one place, users can prepare for and respond to key funding and developments. The Portal draws on the text of the Act as well as key supporting material and resources such as agency websites and fact sheets. The Portal relies on inputs from partner organizations in order to capture the complexity and diversity of developments that are to come from the implementation of the Act. The sections were identified as significant climate-related elements in the Act.

Creating an account is required to access the data and resources:

  • Climate Program Dashboard: An interactive breakdown of the sections in the IIJA by sector, lead agency, and more.
  • Library: A comprehensive library of web-related resources related to major federal climate legislation, including reports, websites, and tools.
  • Calendar: A calendar of events related to IIJA.

The Climate Program Portal is in public beta meaning content and layout is expected to change. We rely on your insights and inputs to strengthen the Portal. Please get in touch with information on awards, events, resources or requests for information relating to IIJA. If there are other sections you think we should be tracking, you can suggest them using this form.

Audience

The Climate Program Portal is a resource for organizations and public agencies tracking federal investments in climate initiatives. The Portal tracks investments from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and was developed by Atlas Public Policy. Access is open to advocates working on the intended and equitable allocation of IIJA funds, as well as public officials who would benefit from the information on the site.

 

Organization(s)

Atlas Public Policy