In anticipation of World Water Day this Friday, we’ve convened top H2O experts for fresh insights in our Trend magazine. As this finite resource becomes increasingly limited, some see Earth’s glass as half empty—but science provides hope.
The world’s wet regions are getting wetter and its dry areas drier—and much more quickly than previously thought, NASA satellite data show. Scientists predict over half of humanity will live in water-stressed areas by 2025.
“People living in poverty really aren’t a problem to be solved; they’re a market to be served.” The co-founders of the nonprofit Water.org discuss the power of “impact investing” to bring clean water to the developing world.
Today, more than 800 million people lack access to safe drinking water at home. Trend essayists discuss the importance—and disappearance—of fresh water in our live webcast this Friday, World Water Day.
Aquifers—vast underground stores of water—account for more than 95 percent of all circulating fresh water. We’re pumping them at unsustainable rates, but new technologies may help us save this vital resource.
This video was created in partnership with Houston Arts Alliance, specifically to aid nonprofits in the arts with their grant-seeking. In this video, Linda addresses these questions:
1. What are nonprofit funders looking for in arts organizations?
2. What can my arts organization do to improve our chances of being funded?
3. What's the biggest mistake arts nonprofits make when applying for grant funding?
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Aurora Grants & Consulting is proud to be entering our 10th year of Helping Houston’s Nonprofits. In addition to providing relevant content for small and midsize nonprofits on our website, we are excited to announce the launch of our new quarterly vlog series.