Five Climate Change Grants for the Environment in 2022

New Year, New Me is a common saying at the beginning of every year. However, something that will not change in the New Year is the world’s need to combat climate change. Over the last few years, some great work has been done by many organizations and states, though there is always more to do.

Several states passed legislation that increased protections for the environment. Emissions from carbon dioxide in 2021 reduced by 5.4%. More funds are being spent on renewable energy research and production, and a wildlife corridor was created in Florida. The corridor will protect the habitats of Florida’s wildlife.

Environmental conservation which helps to combat climate change made its way into action as well. Several animals that had reached endangered status made a comeback, and 100 counties pledged to protect at least 30% of their land and marine spaces by 2030.

However, the only way to continue all this good work and progress is to make sure there is adequate funding. So much of the work that key organizations and nonprofits do is fueled by donations and grants. This is why in 2022, it’s more important than ever to fund environmental conservation as well as other initiatives that work to fight climate change and protect our planet. Today, GrantWatch.com is sharing several grants to bolster resilience and environmental conservation and fight climate change. YouHelp.com also has a category on its site for U.S. nonprofits addressing climate change that would like to start a crowdfunding campaign.

Environmental Conservation and Climate Change: Grants for 2022

  1. Grants to U.S. nonprofit organizations for projects to build a more sustainable, just, and humane world. Focus areas include measuring human progress, animal advocacy, climate change and global health, and independent media. Eligible applicants are those with a national focus, a strong history of success, and recognized leadership within its field.
  2. Grants to U.S., Canada, and International organizations and individuals advocating and addressing the climate emergency. Funding is to support activist movements demanding change from governments. Eligible projects must directly address climate change and/or include the use of direct action as a tactic to bring awareness to the issue.
  3. And there are grants available to U.S., Canada, and International registred charities for environmental projects and programs in eligible regions. Funding is for initiatives addressing environmental issues, such as climate change.
  4. Grants to U.S. nonprofits to reduce social inequality and promote solutions to the climate crisis. Eligible programs will address the areas of racial and economic justice, corporate and political accountability; voice, creativity, and culture; and an inclusive clean economy.
  5. Finally, there are grants of up to $10,000 available to U.S., Canada, and International nonprofits for projects that address threats to marine environments. Projects may fall into one of the following focus areas: marine protected areas, marine debris, climate change, vulnerable species protection, and coral reefs.

GrantNews Notes

Are you looking for more grants like this? Make sure to check out GrantWatch’s category for environment-related grants, as well as its climate change category. There you’ll find hundreds of grants listed to help fund critical initiatives and projects that work to fight climate change.

Also, make sure to give your organization the gift of GrantWatch this holiday season! Signing up for a paid subscription to GrantWatch will help you to gain access to resources to aid in your grant journey. Specifically, one of the tools that subscribers have access to is our exact keyword search function. This tool allows grant seekers to narrow down a grant search.

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