The 2030 Fund was a left-of-center environmentalist climate change advocacy organization affiliated with the controversial Public Interest Network of left-of-center. Its name was a reference to a claim that the world will reach an environmental “point of no return” in 2030, when the global average temperature rises 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-Industrial Revolution levels, supposedly precipitating widespread climate disasters. 
Kirk Weinert was the president of the 2030 Fund. His bio page on the Public Interest Network, where he works as a senior writer and advisor in the “Development” and “Editorial and Creative” departments, describes him as “the in-house expert on polling, data analysis and reporting, small donor fundraising strategy, ballot measures and democracy issues.” 
Weinert also regularly blogs on Medium.com, primarily about environmentalist issues. 
In 2008, the 2030 Fund depleted its net assets from $1,173,051 to $11,417, largely by distributing $886,000 through two separate grants: the “Progressive Future Grant” ($100,000) and the “Environment America Grant” ($786,000).  The organization did not file a 990 Form with the IRS during any subsequent year, and is presumed to be inactive.