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Press Release: 18 High Impact Climate Change Nonprofits Identified by 121 Experts

August 21st, 2012 by admin Leave a reply »

Press Release: 18 Top Climate Change Nonprofits Identified by 121 Experts

“Global warming is too serious for the world any longer to ignore its danger or split into opposing factions on it.” — Tony Blair

 The average temperature of the Earth’s surface has increased by about 1.2 to 1.4ºF since 1900, and with that has come a host of changes in other aspects of climate such as precipitation and storminess (EPA). Climate change affects people, plants, and animals in a variety of ways, and scientists have observed that some changes are already occurring (EPA).

Over the past two months, Philanthropedia surveyed 121 experts working in the field of climate change (with an average of 14 years of work experience in the field) to identify those organizations that were making the biggest positive impact in climate change on a national level.

Philanthropedia’s experts (funders, researchers, nonprofit senior staff, consultants, etc.) identified 18 top nonprofits (out of 128 total reviewed nonprofits) making an impact at the national level. Below is a graphical representation of who participated in our research. You can also see who our experts were by clicking here: .


 

 

Which nonprofits were among the top?

Experts were asked to recommend up to four nonprofits and up to two promising start-up nonprofits having a significant impact in the field of climate change at the national level. Recommended nonprofits could address the issue from various perspectives, including the environment, energy use, and sustainability. They could also utilize a variety of approaches including conservation, education, research, policy, and advocacy.

The following is the list of the expert-identified high-impact nonprofits working in climate change. Click the link to visit each organizations profile and read expert reviews. Experts have commented on each nonprofit’s impact, other organizational strengths, and how each organization could further improve.

18 Top National  Climate Change Nonprofits

Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

350.org
Union Of Concerned Scientists
Sierra Club
World Resources Institute
Ceres
Environmental Defense Fund
National Wildlife Federation
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
Greenpeace
US Climate Action Network
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability
Climate Solutions
Earthjustice
The Climate Reality Project
Friends of the Earth
Center For Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
Nature Conservancy

 

 

We invite you to visit the profiles of each of these top organizations on our website to read the expert reviews here . Experts commented on the impact each nonprofit has had, what the nonprofit’s other organizational strengths are, and how each organization could further improve.

We will be highlighting the top 8 high-impact national nonprofits working in this field through our blog and Twitter, so stay tuned!

We also invite your feedback. Please tell us what you think and what experiences you’ve had with these great organizations! You can reach Jasmine Marrow, Manager of Philanthropedia Research at jasmine.marrow@guidestar.org.

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