Environmental Integrity Project

Summer 2017 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$200,000

Washington, DC

http://www.environmentalintegrity.org/

for Chesapeake Bay enforcement campaign to identify, publicize, and pursue the region’s worst polluters and least protective water quality regulations.

Summer 2016 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$175,000

Washington, DC

www.environmentalintegrity.org

To support work to identify, publicize, and pursue the worst polluters and least protective water quality regulations in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

Special Fall 2015 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$12,500

Washington, DC

www.environmentalintegrity.org

interim grant to help move forward with enforcing the Clean Air Act against Energy Answers, a company proposing to build the country’s largest trash incinerator in the already industrialized Curtis Bay neighborhood in South Baltimore.

Summer 2015 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$150,000

Washington, DC

www.environmentalintegrity.org

to continue campaign to improve Clean Water Act (CWA) enforcement in the Chesapeake Bay watershed by identifying, publicizing, and pursuing the region’s worst polluters and least protective water quality regulations.

Summer 2014 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$150,000

Washington, DC

www.environmentalintegrity.org

For work to improve Clean Water Act enforcement in the Chesapeake Bay watershed and to implement legal strategies to address air and water pollution permits and permit proceedings associated with the
“Energy Answers” incinerator project and the Dominion liquefied natural gas project.

Summer 2013 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$125,000

Washington, DC

www.environmentalintegrity.org

For the Chesapeake Bay Enforcement project.  The Environmental Integrity Project seeks to improve Clean Water Act enforcement in the Chesapeake Bay watershed by supporting research, permit challenges and comments, and litigation targeted at significant point sources of nutrient pollution to the Bay.

Spring 2012 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$100,000

Washington, DC
www.environmentalintegrity.org

Continued project support for a campaign to improve Clean Water Act (CWA) enforcement in the Chesapeake Bay watershed by identifying, publicizing, and pursuing the region’s worst polluters and least protective water quality regulations.

Spring 2011 Grants

Preserving Our Natural Heritage: Mid Atlantic Land Estuaries and Coastal Bays

$100,000

Washington, DC
www.environmentalintegrity.org

to fund the initial phase of a campaign to improve environmental enforcement, and thereby improve water quality, throughout the Chesapeake Bay.

Summer 2009 Grants

Promoting Policies and Practices for Sustainability

$75,000

Washington, DC
www.environmentalintegrity.org
EIP, together with Earthjustice, is working towards securing climate policy that decreases U.S. reliance on coal-fired power