On July 27, by voice vote, the House State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Subcommittee reported out the FY2012 State and Foreign Operations Appropriations bill that would eliminate the Clean Technology Fund and the Strategic Climate Fund, reduce funding for the Global Environment Facility, and eliminate all funding for the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The bill would provide $70 million to the Global Environment Facility ($90 million less than FY2011 and less than half the FY2012 request), an organization that offers grant money for environmental and climate-change research and projects. The bill eliminates the Clean Technology Fund and the Strategic Climate Fund, which finance clean energy technology development and implementation as well as climate change adaptation in developing countries. The FY2011 budget included $185 million for the Clean Technology Fund ($400 million requested in FY2012) and $50 million for the Strategic Climate Fund ($190 million requested for FY2012).