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Cleveland Carbon Fund releases request for proposals for carbon reduction projects

Brad Chase  |  02/17/12 @ 1:18pm

Cleveland Carbon Fund releases request for proposals for carbon reduction projects

The Cleveland Carbon Fund is currently seeking proposals for local carbon reduction projects. It is anticipated that individual grants will not exceed $10,000. All responses are due by 5pm on March 16, 2012. Questions should be directed to Joanne Neugebauer via email at: joanne@clevelandcarbonfund.org or at 216-231-4600 x3238.

As the first community-based, open-access carbon reduction fund in the United States, the Cleveland Carbon Fund invests in local community projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and spark economic development in Cleveland. The Fund provides an easy, highly transparent option for anyone wishing to play a role in reducing carbon emissions. By investing in the Cleveland Carbon Fund, donors can be assured their worthy contributions are making sustainable, positive change in local Cleveland neighborhoods.

February 16, 2012 press release

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