Environment - Global Warming

Grant Ideas


Do you have a great idea for a project related to Global Warming? Let us know what it is and we could give you up to $500 to make it happen.


Here are examples of other ideas we liked.


Educate your town on the energy savings from CFLs.
Buy cases of compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) and distribute them to your neighbors with a fact sheet to let the public know how much more energy efficient CFLs are vs. regular incandescent bulbs and how much money they can save over regular bulbs.
Start a 'Green Club' to lead your community in environmental practices.
Take on projects such as:
  • Designing and distributing reusable canvas bags that merchants can give customers in place of single use bags
  • Conducting a school energy audit and making recommendations
  • Organizing a battery recycling program in your community
  • Holding a school-wide (or public) screening of "An Inconvenient Truth"
Begin by holding a fundraiser if necessary to raise awareness and let people contribute.
Convert a car to run on biodiesel fuel.
Work with your Auto-shop teacher to convert a car to run on biodiesel fuel and your Chemistry teacher to develop a biodiesel processor. Plans for both are easily found on the Internet.
Plant trees and beautify your neighborhood.
Take on a tree-planting project to beautify a section of town. Work with the city and a nursery to make a big event that raises the public's awareness of how trees contribute to the fight against global warming.



Tell us your idea

To apply for a grant, simply tell us about your great idea in 5000 characters or less. Be sure to summarize your idea, how it will involve others, who it will help, what effect you expect to have, when you want to start and how you expect to spend the money you're requesting.


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Grant requests are reviewed and responded to on a monthly basis.


Did You Know

  • 160 former US Environmental Protection Agency leaders say the US isn't doing enough to fight global warming.
  • By the year 2030 Glacier National Park won't have any glaciers left (US Geological Survey predictions).
  • There has not been one bill passed by Congress to cut global warming pollution.

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