Updated May 06, 2020 06:33:58You’re a scientist, and you’re looking for the best way to support the research that will help advance your career and the well-being of your family and friends.
You want to learn how to use your federal funding to advance the knowledge you want to disseminate to the public.
But that research doesn’t necessarily need to be in the form of a research paper or a presentation.
You may also want to consider an opportunity to become a volunteer for a local nonprofit, or join an organization that is working on a specific research project.
What you need to knowAbout the National Climate FundWhat you can doNow, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) has made funding for research and education in areas of climate change a priority.
In 2020, the NEPA provided grants of up to $1.9 billion, and the funds were available for up to 60 projects.
These projects range from environmental advocacy and public education, to developing innovative climate solutions, to helping people understand the threats and opportunities associated with climate change.
In many cases, the grants were not tied to specific projects, but rather were available to projects to be pursued in the future.
For the most part, these grants were distributed to organizations that could provide the required training and expertise.
However, a few projects were specifically funded by the NEAA that required the participation of scientists.
These were often projects that needed to be carried out at the local or regional level.
For example, the Center for Sustainable Energy at the University of New Hampshire in Durham was one such project.
The project sought to develop new renewable energy technologies, and its grant was awarded to the University at Buffalo.
While it’s important to remember that these projects were not directed by the federal government, they do provide some valuable information for scientists.
And the grants, if awarded, are intended to be used as a resource to promote climate change research, and are not intended to fund individual research projects.
To find out more about NEPA grants, see our page on Grants of Funds.
If you are interested in participating in a NEPA grant, you can contact the Center at (202) 653-7727.
You can also visit the NEAP site to learn more about the NEFA, the research opportunities it supports, and how you can apply.
The National Climate Commission (NCPC) is a federal advisory body that provides advice to federal agencies on the impacts of climate-related climate change, and it’s made a number of important recommendations in the NEIA, including a national plan for mitigation.
The NCPC’s advisory committee is made up of a wide range of scientists and engineers, and each member is responsible for a specific aspect of climate mitigation, from designing a mitigation strategy to the implementation of that strategy.
To learn more, read our article on the NCPC and the National Environment Agency.
To help fund this work, visit the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Climate Science Center.
Learn more about Climate Change, a collaborative effort between The Pew Charitable Trusts and The National Science Center (NSC).