Transformative Climate Communities
The Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) Program empowers the communities most impacted by pollution to choose their own goals, strategies and projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and local air pollution
Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities
The Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program makes it easier for Californians to drive less by making sure housing, jobs, and key destinations are accessible by walking, biking, and transit
Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation
The Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation (SALC) Program utilizes Cap-and-Trade proceeds to protect agricultural lands on the outskirts of cities and near residential neighborhoods from development
Health and Equity Program
The Health and Equity Program (HEP) advances cross-sector collaboration on the social determinants of health and equity through the HiAP Task Force and the Capitol Collaborative on Race and Equity.
The Community Assistance for Climate Equity Program (CACE) provides technical assistance and builds capacity for California’s most under-resourced communities through the California Climate Invest¬ment Technical Assistance Program (CCI TA) and the Regional Climate Collaboratives (RCC) Program.
Climate Change Research
The Climate Change Research Program invests in cross-cutting research investments that build community resilience, integrate land use and development considerations, and facilitate the transformation of California communities
Tribal Programs and Projects
SGC has a history of investing in Tribes through the Tribal Government Challenge Planning Grant Program and through its California Climate Investments programs. Learn more about current opportunities and funded projects, as well as the Statewide Gap Analysis of Tribal Lands, administered in partnership with the California Energy Commission.
Proposition 84 Wildfire Resiliency and Recovery Planning Grants
The California Strategic Growth Council (SGC), the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR), and the California Department of Conservation (DOC) are offering planning grants to California communities affected by wildfires between 2017-2019.