Rick Steves awards first climate smart commitment grants
Last updated 10/3/2019 at 9:07am
Edmonds-based Rick Steves' Europe has selected 11 nonprofits to receive its first annual $1 million Climate Smart Commitment grants.
In a news release, Steve said the company's yearly investment will go directly to two kinds of organizations: groups advocating in Congress for US policies to fight climate change, and nonprofit organizations who are helping farming communities in the developing world mitigate their contribution to climate change by employing climate-smart agriculture and forestry techniques.
By supporting organizations with its "self-imposed carbon tax," the company will hel...