Global warming and climate change are urgent issues nowadays, so it’s time for us to present you an article about the best climate change charities in US, Canada, and Australia. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. Environment protection is one of the burning topics nowadays and I firmly believe that every each of has to do the best. Regarding the global warming sometimes I really don’t know what to think. Many scientists say global warming is frightening, and it darkens our present. But others claim it’s not global warming at all, becuase it’s nothing else but the end of the ice age…. and it’s all natural what is happening in our age. I dont know…. Either the former or the latter we do have to take responsibility of our beautiful Globe.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three charities from their list as usual. Just sit in you armchair comfortably and come with us.
The first charity on our list is Earthwatch – Australia. It is not a big organization, but they have been funding and organizing scientific research, workshops, and expeditions whose purpose is to raise awareness about the climate change and its dreadful consequences, for more than thirty years. The organization tries to connect the scientific community with people from all walks of life and spread the message about carbon pollution, freshwater shortage and the possibilities for sustainable life and human-wildlife coexistence. The second charity is Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – Canada. CPWS is the only charity organization that protects vast Canadian wilderness and clean water reserve. They provide legal protection for public lands and educate people to respect and save Canada’s diverse natural resources and wildlife. At last but not least we are mentioning the Bush Heritage – Australia. The Bush Heritage was established in 1991, and since then it is helping environmentalist causes by buying the land and natural resources. They also collaborate with the local Aboriginal communities in order to save Australia’s rich natural reserve. In 2014 the Bush Heritage collected more than $12 million through donations. Although they employ 33 steady employees and more than 20 part-timers, they have been maintaining a solid ‘revenue to expenses ration’ over the years.
For any further useful information read Insider Monkey’s article about 11 best climate change charities in US, Canada, and Australia.