Fearless Fund is an environmentalist research group focusing on sustainable resource generation from the ocean. The organization is comprised of scientists, bioengineers, and entrepreneurs seeking ways to harvest seaweed as a biofuel, in a project funded by the Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency. 
Fearless Fund is part of a larger group of left-of-center organizations that supports the Green New Deal (GND), demanding that the U.S. replace its use of conventional energy sources with those preferred by environmentalists. 
In 2019, the Fearless Fund was one of the 626 left-of-center groups that signed a letter urging Congress to support legislation supporting the Green New Deal (GND), a legislative program critics have called a “radical, top-down, socialist makeover of the entire U.S. economy.”  The letter demands policy that will end the use of conventional energy and convert the U.S. to 100% “renewable” energy, including the biofuels that Fearless Fund explores. 
Board of Directors
Alyson Myers is president of the Fearless Fund and sits on the advisory board of About Them. 
Fritzi Cohen, a lawyer and longtime liberal activist, is the founder of the Fearless Fund and serves as the treasurer of the board. Her late husband, Edward Cohen, was a reporter and editor for the Washington Post. Cohen is the owner of the Tabard Inn and the Moby Dick Hotel and Oyster Farm, and in 2008 sued the state of Washington for spraying chemical herbicides, which she claimed drifted into her oyster growing area.  In 2010, Cohen threated to sell her property to the neo-Nazi extremist group Aryan Nation if the Washington Department of Agriculture continued to spray near her oyster beds. 
Other members of the board include attorney Cary Devorsetz, who serves as the board’s secretary, artist Virginia Daley, Moby Dick Hotel manager Keith Stavrum, and art gallery director Anne Zill.