Water, Texas
Circle of Blue's new digital print and podcast series reveals how the pandemic and an unlikely energy crisis are dramatically upending the Texas economy—and how water flows through every piece of the puzzle. Water, Texas is funded by a grant from CGMF.
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Statement on Racial Equity
Systemic racism is insidious. Redesigning and rewiring our structures and systems will require persistent effort and an unwavering commitment to racial equity. The time for real, viable change is now.
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Clean Energy
CGMF understands Texas has a tremendous opportunity to benefit from a clean energy economy and is committed to promoting energy efficiency and minimizing the air and water impacts from energy production.
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Cooks Branch Conservancy
Cook's Branch offers a glimpse into what a century of regeneration looks like in the East Texas Piney Woods ecoregion. CGMF's award-winning 6,000-acre conservancy exemplifies habitat management and wildlife conservation on private land.
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Galveston
The Galveston Program honors George and Cynthia Mitchell’s interest in and love for the community of Galveston. CGMF's long-term objective is to drive a general transformation of the island.
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Land Conservation
CGMF is committed to working to create the conditions that enable dramatically-scaled land protection and encourage, promote, and incentivize broad-based stewardship practices on private lands.
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Shale Sustainability
CGMF focuses on improving the governance of shale development in addition to supporting efforts to reduce the negative environmental and community impacts of shale gas development.
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Sustainability Education
CGMF seeks to expand the sustainability science approach to solving complex, interrelated economic, social, and environmental problems by educating a new generation of leaders via a state-of-the-art, Texas-wide academic network.
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Water
CGMF aims to increase the scientific understanding of water issues in Texas through its Grand Challenges initiative—a means of designing effective policy that meets the water quantity needs of the environment.
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The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation is a mission‐driven grantmaking foundation that seeks innovative, sustainable solutions for human and environmental problems.

The foundation works as an engine of change in both policy and practice in Texas, supporting high-impact projects and practices at the nexus of environmental protection, social equity, and economic vibrancy.

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