Maine Climate & Environmental Funders Network Meeting

Wednesday, April 26, 2023 -
10:30am to 1:30pm EDT
CEI, Inc
30 Federal St, Brunswick, ME 04011
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We are excited to invite to the first Maine Climate & Environment Funders Network meeting of the year.

Please join us to hear updates from the Governor's Office of Policy Innovation & the Future and the Enviromental Priorities Coalition, as well as a chance to network with other funders and share about the important work you're supporting with your grantmaking. 

Please note, the time for this has changed to 10:30 am until 1:30 pm and we have added an in-person participation option at CEI, Inc in Brunswick.

If you have previously registered for the Zoom only version and are planning on attending in-person, please re-register so that we can be prepared with space and a meal for you! 

If you would like to attend in person, but cost is prohibitive, please reach out to Jeannette at


About the Envirornmental Priorities Coalition

Maine’s Environmental Priorities Coalition (EPC) is a partnership of 37 environmental, conservation, and public health organizations representing over 120,000 members who want to protect the good health, good jobs, and quality of life that our environment provides. The EPC works together to identify important legislation and votes to determine their Common Agenda for each legislative session. The Common Agenda consists of priority bills that the EPC has chosen to collaborate on in order to make a bigger impact to protect Maine’s environment, public health, and clean energy future.

About the Governor's Office of Policy Innovation & the Future

The Governor’s Office of the Policy Innovation and the Future (GOPIF) was created by Governor Janet Mills to collaborate across State agencies, stakeholders, and public to recommend innovative policy solutions for critical issues facing Maine. Our areas of focus include climate change, workforce development, housing, issues facing youth and older Maine people, the opioid crisis, and Maine's long-term economic prosperity.