As California seeks to achieve its climate goals, it is critical that those most impacted by pollution share the benefits of this transformation.
The TCC Program funds development and infrastructure projects that achieve major environmental, health, and economic benefits in California’s most disadvantaged communities.
Funded by California’s Cap-and-Trade Program, TCC empowers the communities most impacted by pollution to choose their own goals, strategies, and projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and local air pollution – all with data-driven milestones and measurable outcomes. See more here.
Explore more about Cap and Trade project investments and Opportunity Zone overlays in our toolkit.
Featured TCC Projects:
In Fresno, local leaders formed the Transformative Climate Communities Collaborative to identify a plan for economic and environmental transformation of Southwest, Chinatown, and Downtown Fresno. Read more.
The “Watts Rising” plan for neighborhood transformation through the TCC program builds upon a decade of community leadership and planning, including more than 200 community engagement activities and outreach to over 5,000 individuals. Read more.
Ontario’s TCC partners reflect a diverse representation of community members and organizations from a variety of sectors including housing, environmental justice, public health, public transit, economic development, education, and small businesses. Read more.