Worldwatch 2010 Spring Campaign

Worldwatch 2010 Spring Campaign

 

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This spring, Worldwatch is raising $25,000 to help support Worldwatch’s work in all of our program areas, from food and agriculture to climate and energy to the green economy.  Give a gift today and help support independent, fact- based research that provides solutions and analysis to key policy makers, academics and concerned citizens.

With the help of your financial support, Worldwatch will continue to conduct and disseminate research that draws the important connection between environmental challenges like climate change to the world we live in. Since 1974, Worldwatch has delivered pioneering research on everything from green transport to sustainable agriculture, all of which touch the lives of people all over the world.

Our campaign ends at midnight on Monday, May 31st, 2010 so please give a gift today!

For more information about the campaign, contact Juliane Diamond at jdiamond@worldwatch.org or by phone at (+1) 202-452-1999 ext. 545. 
 

Give Now — Online Donations are simple, quick, and paperless! You can give online now with a credit card. Worldwatch Institute is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization. Please consider giving now by clicking on the Worldwatch logo below.


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Become a monthly supporter! Worldwatch’s activities depend on consistent and reliable support from friends like you. Join our Monthly Giving Club by authorizing a simple automated charge on your credit card each month. Your regular support through this program will allow us to continue producing vital research as well as cut down on the paper used to send you regular mailings.  To join please call Juliane Diamond at (+1) 202-452-1999 ext. 545.

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•    Sign up for the Worldwatch Weekly e-newsletter: http://www.worldwatch.org/email_signup

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