2022 Bullitt Prize Winner Announced – Axcelle Campana Urban Heat Deaths Are Not Accidents 2022 Bullitt Environmental Prize Winner Focuses on Inequality in Urban Tree Canopy and Heat SEATTLE – The Bullitt Foundation announced today that it is awarding the 16th annual Bullitt Environmental Prize to Axcelle Campana, a master’s student in Geography entering the PhD program at Portland State University. Campana’s work focuses on strategies...


Bullitt Trustee Erim Gomez Moves to University of Montana Bullitt Trustee and former Bullitt Prize winner Erim Gomez has accepted a position at the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana, one of the nation's top Wildlife Biology Programs.

Grant History 2015-current

Title Serving Start Date Program Areas Amount
Union of Concerned Scientists-2015a Washington; Oregon 02/11/15 Energy Industry and Technology $40,000
USDN 2015b Washington; Oregon; British Columbia 10/07/15 Energy Industry and Technology, Urban Ecology $75,000
Washington Community Action Network Education and Research Fund Washington 02/24/16 Energy Industry and Technology $50,000
Washington Environmental Council-2015a Washington 04/01/15 Ecosystem Services, Energy Industry and Technology, Leadership and Civic Engagement, Urban Ecology $135,000
Washington Environmental Council-2016b Washington 10/05/16 Energy Industry and Technology, Regional Ecosystem Health, Resilient Cities Healthy Communities $115,000
Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility-2016a Washington 04/06/16 Energy Industry and Technology $24,000
Washington Toxics Coalition-2015a Washington 04/01/15 Energy Industry and Technology $75,000