Throughout college, I struggled with what I wanted to do after graduation. I majored in English because I loved reading and writing, and I minored in Environmental Science because I couldn’t get the nagging voice out of my head telling me I needed to pursue my passion.
Last week the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published their Sixth Assessment Report. I sat down with coffee on Monday morning to start reading , looking at the data and the articles on the report when a typhoon of sadness hit me, making it hard to breathe.
We’re growing in so many ways at Iowa Interfaith Power & Light, and the most exciting growth is adding a new amazing person to our staff.
Alli Parker joined our team this month as our program associate. She hit the ground running as we start a new fiscal year September 1.
Fundraising doesn’t come naturally to me. Building relationships, creating administrative systems, organizing for justice, and nerding out on theology are more my style, yet building donor bases is vital work for any nonprofit.
Our nation has a history of advancing smart, win-win public policies when it comes to improving personal transportation. From seat belts and airbags to unleaded gas, we have come together many times to improve the automobile for individuals, communities, and the environment.
Iowa Interfaith Power & Light continues to partner with an increasing number of organizations as we develop our Faith Farms and Climate project.