Keystone Policy Center helps stakeholders promote resilient ecosystems and communities; foster next-generation solutions as we transition to new energy and environmental paradigms; and ensure sustainable use and equitable access to natural resources and energy systems. By 2050, the world population is expected to reach more than 9 billion, straining water, energy, and land resources. At the same time, the planet may surpass a two-degree Celsius increase over pre-industrial benchmarks. These and other changes present new challenges, requiring collaborative, novel approaches to our shared natural resources and energy systems.
Keystone has a long history of addressing these challenges, working in and at the intersection of energy, environmental, and climate issues. Keystone teams of subject matter and process experts help stakeholders identify innovative solutions to the fundamental challenges of our existing and future environment. Keystone design flexible and adaptive strategies with stakeholders from the nonprofit, government, grassroots, corporate, and philanthropic sectors, facilitating the organizational relationships and political conditions needed to respond to complex problems.
Please also visit our Public Lands page to view our work specific to public lands.