Climate Finance

Climate Finance

Alliance members are deploying a wide range of financial policies and programs, leveraging diverse funding sources, and partnering across the public and private sectors to finance the net-zero transition.

Member Action

Climate Finance

Below are tallies of the number of members that have adopted or are in the process of adopting statutory and executive policies and actions.

For the most up-to-date, in-depth breakdown of climate finance actions across our membership, explore the Alliance Policy Database.

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Member Spotlight

Massachusetts is Investing in Greener, More Affordable Homes with Community Climate Bank

In June 2023, Governor Maura Healey launched the Massachusetts Community Climate Bank, the nation’s first green bank dedicated to affordable housing and announced an initial $50 million deposit. By focusing on the affordable housing market, the Climate Bank aims to facilitate an equitable energy transition and meet the needs of environmental justice populations while reducing emissions from residential buildings across the state.

January 2023

Press Release | 2023

The U.S. Climate Alliance today called on the Biden administration to move swiftly on more than 20 specific federal climate actions that will support states and accelerate America’s transition to a net-zero future.
U.S. Climate Alliance Recommends Federal Executive Actions to Speed America's Net-Zero Transition

The U.S. Climate Alliance submitted a letter to President Biden outlining more than 20 specific actions

Press Release | 2022

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 makes meaningful investments in state climate action, providing critical resources to accelerate state leadership in tackling greenhouse gas emissions and protecting Americans from climate impacts. | The White House via Flickr
U.S. Climate Alliance Applauds Final Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022

The bill makes meaningful investments in state climate action.