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NEH GRANT OPPORTUNITY: CLIMATE SMART HUMANITIES GRANT PROGRAM

WHO: The National Endowment for the Humanities
WHAT: Climate Smart Humanities Grant Program
WHERE: Throughout the U.S.
WHEN: Application deadline September 18, 2024
CONTACT: The NEH Office of Challenge Programs Team, (202) 606-8309, Challenge@NEH.gov

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Humanities organizations are increasingly impacted by climate disruption; in the last several decades, floods, wildfire, extreme temperatures, and other climate-related events threaten the physical and financial health of both institutions and communities. Sites of historical significance, museums, and libraries are cultural touchstones in a community, and it is critical to preserve them for future generations. One of the key components to doing so is to create climate-informed strategic plans that identify risks for future climate impacts and mitigate the effect of current environmental pressures.

To help organizations plan for a sustainable future, the National Endowment for the Humanities’ Office of Challenge Programs is currently accepting applications for the Climate Smart Humanities grant program. The grant supports the development of climate-informed strategic planning at humanities organizations large and small across the country. This program offers a maximum of $300,000 in federal matching funds (1:1 match required) to support comprehensive organizational assessments that lead to institutional climate action and adaptation plans.

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NEH GRANT OPPORTUNITY: CLIMATE SMART HUMANITIES GRANT PROGRAM

Humanities organizations are increasingly impacted by climate disruption; in the last several decades, floods, wildfire, extreme temperatures, and other climate-related events threaten the physical and financial health of both institutions and communities. Sites of historical significance, museums…

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