Nonprofit Guide to Going Green

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John Wiley and Sons, Dec 9, 2009 - Business & Economics - 456 pages
The definitive, practical, go-to resource guide on helping all charities become more "green"

Nonprofit Guide to Going Green is your comprehensive learning tool to guide nonprofits and NGOs towards becoming greener. A desktop reference for any charitable organization to become greener, this essential book gives your organization the support it needs to take proactive steps to protect the environment while fulfilling its mission.

Timely and clearly written, with contributions from experts from around the globe, Nonprofit Guide to Going Green leads the way in helping charities in all countries meet this challenge.

  • Helps nonprofits green their efforts and carbon footprint *
  • Shows CEOs, presidents, deans, marketing officers, board members proactive steps they can take to protect the environment *
  • Teaches how to do a self-audit and plan for a more environmentally sensitive future *

Nonprofit Guide to Going Green delivers a timely and essential call to action for this new century. Can your organization afford not to "go green?"

 

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Contents

Part II The Green Office
105
Part III Environmentally Friendly
191
Part IV Green Nonprofit Office Audit
279
Part V Case Studies
301
Appendix A Resources and Bibliography
353
Appendix B Instructions and Guides
365
Notes
403
Index
415
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About the author (2009)

Ted Hart, ACFRE, is founder and CEO of the new international nonprofit environmental movement called GreenNonprofits (http://greennonprofits.org), dedicated to helping nonprofits and NGOs around the world to learn how to become part of the much needed global environmental solution. He is also considered one of the foremost experts in ePhilanthropy around the world, and is sought after internationally as an inspirational and practical speaker and consultant on topics related to nonprofit strategy both online and offline. (http://tedhart.com)

Adrienne D. Capps, CFRE, has worked on the nonprofit sector as a fundraiser and marketer for her entire career. Over the past eleven years, she has raised nearly $20 million for a variety of causes, including at-risk youth, mental health, and higher education in Virginia, New York, and California.

Matthew Bauer is the President of BetterWorld Telecom. As a social entrepreneur, Matt has worked to improve communities in the United States and abroad in both for-profit and nonprofit sectors over the past twenty years.

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