Climate change is possible the largest problem facing current and
future generations. A largely unknown fact is that the built
environment is one of the largest sources of carbon emissions -
more than other sources such as vehicles and factories. This means
that a major effort is needed to renovate existing buildings and
only build "green" buildings in the future. For nonprofit and
humanitarian organizations, constructing sustainable buildings
appears to be cost-prohibitive. However, cash strapped
organizations can benefit from the availability of many grants
designated for sustainability initiatives. In this work, Ms. Olsen
demystifies the grant searching process by using the Teton Valley
Community School as a case study. Ms. Olsen provides information on
a number of online grant portals and advice from experts in the
industry. This is a concise, informative source for your nonprofit
organization's sustainable building initiatives.
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