IU-led climate action programs to expand with $1.25M McKinney Family Foundation grant

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Indiana University’s Environmental Resilience Institute has received a $1.25 million grant from the McKinney Family Foundation. The grant will expand programs that help Indiana communities take action against climate change and connect students with valuable career training in sustainability and the environment.

The five-year grant will support the formation of the McKinney Midwest Climate Project, which will be administered by ERI. It will also officially merge ERI’s Resilience Cohort program and Sustain IU’s Indiana Climate Fellows under a new name: the McKinney Climate Fellows.

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