Environmental Funders Network (EFN)



Environmental Funders Network (EFN) Related

Emergency Food Network (EFN):: EFN began as a program in 1982 when the leadership of FISH Food Banks, Tacoma Rescue Mission, Salvation Army, and Associated Ministries recognized a great need in the community to resource emergency food collectively. With guidance from Paul Bender, the Executive Director of the newly formed Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, and through the organizing efforts of Dennis Flannigan, EFN’s first Executive Director, the organization was created t

EFN - Environmentalists For Nuclear Energy:: For complete and factual information on energy and the environment. Environmentalists For Nuclear is in favor of all energies which respect the environment, including the peaceful applications of clean nuclear energy (which has the greatest industrial potential), as well as renewable energies (hydro, solar, geothermal, and wind, all have appropriate roles to play, but with a much smaller potential).

Chicagoland Environmental Network:: An environmental resource on environmental issues, volunteer opportunities, organizations, and resources in northeastern Illinois. CEN includes over 210 participating environmental organizations and agencies involved in habitat restoration, wetlands, prairies, watershed projects, urban gardening, revitalization programs, energy conservation, composting, wildlife conservation, and recycling.

Environmental Change Network:: About the UK's long-term environmental monitoring program, with summary database, real-time weather data, information about monitoring protocols, education material, and other interpreted data products.

Environmental News Network:: Site for daily news and information on the environment and natural resources.

The Irish Environmental Network:: The Irish Environmental Network is a network of individual environmental Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) that work individually and, as appropriate, jointly to protect and enhance the environment, and to place environmental issues centre stage in Ireland and internationally. The IEN works to promote the interlinked principles of environmental, social and economic sustainability.

Women's Environmental Network:: WEN was founded in 1988 by pioneers of the environmental justice movement, inspiring and dedicated women who recognised that saving the planet is about social justice and human rights. They called for a different way of thinking about and acting on environmental issues, and their voices echo down the decades to our work today.

Environmental Weeds Action Network:: EWAN is a community initiative to tackle the problem of environmental weeds in bushland and waterways in Australia. Includes downloadable instructions for dealing with problem species.

Children's Environmental Health Network:: The CEHN is a national multidisciplinary project whose purpose is to protect the health of children as it relates to environmental hazards.

Canadian Environmental Network (CEN):: Supports, facilitates, and advances the work of its member groups to protect the Earth and promote ecologically sound ways of life.

  • New Additions: Natural Heritage Network
Yolo Natural Heritage Program
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH)
Montana Natural Heritage Program
Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission (ANHC)
Natural Heritage New Mexico (NHNM)