There are many different opinions about the Global Warming Theory. Some Democrats concede that man-made pollution has contributed to the earth’s warming over the past 100 years; whereas, some Republicans suggest the scientific evidence is inconclusive. GrantNews, the premier newspaper for nonprofit and business leaders, is where these differences may be set aside.
Despite what you may or may not accept, both political parties believe in sustainable growth or infrastructural growth that the environment can sustain. GrantNews is a platform on which your environmental agency or nonprofit can share stories about what you do to preserve the environment. At GrantWatch.com, you will find countless grants for the environment ranging from support for water quality to the conservation of viable agricultural land.
Share Your Mission
At GrantNews, your environmental agency can share its mission, vision, goals, and business plan. The National Wildlife Federation has been in operation since 1938. Its mission includes the following:
“National Wildlife Federation gives voice to the wildlife conservation values that are part of our country’s heritage. We are charting a new course for wildlife that our children and grandchildren will thank us for.”
If your organization has an upcoming event, post a press release for the event. Our copywriters will re-work it as an article and you will receive a free promotion! Plus, more people will become aware of your cause.
Heroes of the Environment
If you’re looking for inspiration for a new project, or want some insight into what others have accomplished, check out the following book: Heroes of the Environment: True Stories of People Who Are Helping to Protect Our Planet by Harriet Rohmer. In this book, learn about some incredible people and the changes they made in their communities to help sustain the environment.
GrantNews is the premier newspaper for nonprofits and small businesses. At the site, you can learn about the trials, tribulations, and successes of other organizations and programs. Make your organization a part of the conversation! There is no subscription necessary to the newspaper, and submitting written material is free.