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5 Ways Nonprofits Can Help Solve the Climate Crisis

Saleforce Nonprofit

As not all organisations have climate action integrated into their strategy yet, let’s have a look at five key ways the nonprofit sector can help to solve the climate crisis — and concrete examples of intersectional initiatives that are already happening.

Radical Collaboration is Our Best Chance to Fight Climate Change

Saleforce Nonprofit

And we’ve watched helplessly as hurricanes and tropical storms have intensified in frequency and strength. Birgit Cameron, the global director of Patagonia Provisions, is passionate about the integral role that nature — and specifically soil — will play in saving our planet.

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Alexandra Rampy, Guest Post: The Cool Factor About Mobile

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Objective : 1) Measure the effectiveness among 18-45 year olds of event sponsorship and advertising in real-time and 2) Measure this audience’s interest in green issues raised by the global concerts and sponsors. Objective : Provide lifesaving assistance during the natural disasters that occurred in China and Myanmar. Integrated Marketing. Objective : Provide a home site for of CDC’s mobile information about hurricane preparedness and the flu season.

Meet Connie Reece: Using Social Media to Strike Back At Ike

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last December, I watched Twitter turn into a sea of frozen green peas to support Susan Reynolds in her fight against breast cancer and to raise money for research in her honor. Based on Austin, Texas, I caught up with Connie to find how she is using Social Media raise money for victims of Hurricane Ike and other recent social media fundraising causes. A few days later Hurricane Ike slammed into Texas and the remainder of the HAM-up events had to be postponed. Connie Reece.