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Earth Island Institute

Earth Island Institute
300 Broadway, Suite 28
San Francisco, CA 94133
Phone:
(415) 788-3666
Fax: (415) 788-7324
E-mail: ellenm@earthisland.org
Web Site: www.earthisland.org
EIN:
94-2889684

Founded: 1982
Exempt since: 1984

Self-Description:
EII grows environmental leadership by providing support to more than 40 citizen-led projects around the world dedicated to protecting the Earth's health; work includes marine mammal protection, inner-city environmental leadership, and habitat protection. Earth Island Institute (EII) was founded in 1982 by veteran environmentalist David R. Brower (1912 - 2000) to encourage the efforts of creative individuals on critical ecological issues. EII supports diverse new initiatives and provides a stable base for on-going projects. This network of projects shares central resources and benefits from the synergetic exchange of experience, ideas, and energy. EII has been widely recognized for its unique organizational model that "reduces, reuses, and recycles" resources, freeing individual projects to communicate with their constituencies and to respond quickly to evolving environmental and social justice challenges. Earth Island continues its pursuit of David Brower's ideal of Global CPR -- conservation, preservation, and restoration for planet Earth.

Actual: Incubator for dozens of anti-free enterprise projects worldwide.

Background: EII is the fiscal sponsor of more than forty environmental campaigns and projects. It publishes a high-profile quarterly journal of activist propaganda, and operates other programs to recruit environmental activists, particularly children.

Earth Island operates on a business model they call Network Services (EINS), which provides fiscal sponsorship, resources, training, technical assistance, and peer relationships to environmental activists looking for an organizational home and institutional leverage for their work. EINS is responsible for Earth Island's basic administration and financial management. EINS also provides direct support to EII projects through assistance with planning, public outreach, information and communication technology, legal guidance and fundraising. This strengthens the capacity of each project to build attack campaigns, create synergy between activists working on similar topics, and allow project directors to focus their energy on their campaigns and programs.

In turn, those projects help support Earth Island with a standard nine percent administrative fee on project revenue, reflecting their share of the overall cost of providing these programs and services.

Federal funding is subject to a 15 percent fee. Large projects (those with budgets more than $500,000/year) are sometimes eligible for a reduction in administrative fees.

In addition, all projects are asked to sign a Memorandum of Understanding agreeing to follow EII policies and procedures and which defines the terms of project sponsorship.

How Earth Island Incubator Sponsorship Works
original at http://earthisland.org/index.php/support/about/

Benefits of Sponsorship

Unless otherwise noted, the cost of providing these services is covered by administrative fees charged on project revenue.

Administration & Finance
  • 501 (c)(3) Status allowing tax-deductible donations & foundation funding
  • Governing Board of Directors
  • Regulatory & Tax Compliance:
    • Audit
    • 990 Filing
    • State Registrations
  • Accounting services:
    • Cash flow management
    • Monthly financial statements
    • Custom Reporting
    • Accounts receivable & payable
    • Banking services*
    • Charge accounts
  • Employee payroll & benefits:
    • Payroll Processing*
    • Direct deposit
    • Health, vision & dental insurance*
    • Long-term disability insurance*
    • Optional tax shelter services
  • Advance on confirmed funding & emergency loans with approval of Executive Director
  • Adjusted overhead for large projects, prizes & fellowships, & inter-project grants
  • General liability insurance*
  • Nonprofit bulk & business reply mail permit*
  • Reception, voicemail & mail services
  • Access to conference rooms
  • Access to office equipment:
    • Photocopiers*
    • Fax machines
  • Office rental & related tenant services*
Program & Organization Development
  • Consultation on project focus, campaign & organization development strategies
Fundraising
  • Tax-deductible donations & foundation funding
  • Secure credit card transactions from web & repeating pledge fulfillment
  • Access to foundation research tools & publications
  • Consultation & training on donor development, proposal writing & grant management
Leadership Development
  • New project orientation, a two-day introduction to EII that includes training in basic program management skills
  • Periodic workshops (i.e. fundraising, financial management, supervision skills)
  • Peer support & collaboration opportunities
  • Conservation Roundtable discussions, designed for further education & debate on emerging environmental issues
  • Project Director Summit, a capacity-building & networking conference (alternating years)
Outreach & Publicity
  • Coverage in Earth Island Journal, EIIís quarterly, award-winning publication
  • Exposure in EIIís annual report, project reports, on its website (with links to the projectís website) & in other publicity materials
  • Reports of project activities in IslandWire, EIIís monthly e-newsletter
  • Discounted subscriptions to Earth Island Journal for project members & donors*
  • Basic web page development & hosting
  • Distribution of publicity materials from the San Francisco office & through outreach efforts
Miscellaneous
  • Travel funds to attend EII meetings & events

Responsibilities of Sponsorship

Terms of Sponsorship
  • Identify project director
  • Sign Memorandum of Understanding
  • Adhere to all policies & procedures
  • Identify as ďa project of Earth Island InstituteĒ
  • Regular communication including the following required reports:
    • Year End Report
    • Annual Budget
    • Project Support Meeting
    • Lobbying
    • Litigation
  • Maintain approved program focus & goals
Administration & Finance
  • Responsibility for all project related liabilities
  • Maintain only one organizational identity
  • Maintain cash balance adequate for EII policy & project goals
  • Budget adequate overhead in all grants & contracts
  • Provide documentation of all expenses
  • Annual Budget & Year End Report
  • Cooperation with any internal or external audit
Liability & Legal Issues
  • Understand relationship between EII & sponsored projects:
    • Legal
    • Employment
    • Use of Name
    • Contracts
  • Adhere to general, nonprofit, and employment law
  • Disclose conflict of interest
  • Litigation & lobbying reports as required by program activity
  • Coordinate supplemental insurance as required
Fundraising
  • Understanding of requirements & responsibilities associated with all funding
  • Adhere to IRS charitable donation requirements, industry best practice & project gift acceptance guidelines
  • Provide documentation of all grants & contracts:
    • Award letter
    • Contract/Grant Agreement
  • Record keeping & reporting:
    • Grant
    • Contracts
    • Merchandise sales (for sales tax reporting)
  • Coordinate federal grant applications with EINS staff
Project Leadership
  • Identify project director:
    • Written job description
    • Cooperative leadership agreement (as appropriate)
    • Change in leadership policy & procedure
  • Understand role & limits to authority for project director & advisory boards
  • Supervision of all project staff, contractors, & volunteers
  • All supervisors complete harassment prevention training as required by California State law
Outreach & Publicity
  • Identify as ďa project of Earth Island InstituteĒ
Program & Organization Development
  • Complete new project orientation
  • Review separation materials and decommissioning policy
  • Maintain approved program focus & goals
  • Annual Project Support Meeting
  • Coordinate any changes in project activity levels with EI

Earth Island Institute has evolved from being the late eco-guru David Brower's last-ditch group, formed after he was fired from leadership of the Sierra Club and Friends of the Earth (which he created) into a sophisticated and largely grant-driven incubator for pet projects of foundation funders. EII works under the joint leadership of David Philips and John Knox. Both Philips and Knox are executive directors, and do not split duties but both manage the entire $9.5 million organization in a unique collegial manner.

Earth Island Institute
 financial condition 2007

 Revenue     Expenses
Contributions $7,808,541
Government Grants $405,737
Program Services $1,046,011
Investments $88,534
Special Events $43,982
Sales ($2,380)
Other $163,316

 

Program Services $6,819,610
Administration $509,550
Other $650,772
Total Expenditures $7,979,932
Total Revenue $9,553,741   NET GAIN/LOSS $1,573,809

Earth Island Institute
Officers and Directors  - 2007

Name Title Compensation
DAVID PHILLIPS Executive Director $77,719
JOHN KNOX Executive Director $68,299
ALEX GIEDT Treasurer $0
JENNIFER SYNDER Secretary $0
MICHAEL HATHAWAY Vice President $0
MARIA MOYER Director $0
KENNETH BROWER Vice President $0
MARTHA DAVIS Presidant $0
BETO BORGES Director $0
PETER WINKLER Counsel $0
ROBERT WILKINSON President Emeritus $0
BARBARA BROWER Director $0

Earth Island Institute
Five Highest Paid Employees  - 2007

Name Title Compensation
RICHARD LATHROP Program Director $84,000
SHYAAM SHABAKA Program Director $70,484
YVETTE HASH Director of Administration $65,935
KEVIN CONNELLY Associate Director $61,518
MARK BERMAN Asscoaite Director $61,448

Foundation grants to
Earth Island Institute

Grant Total: $10,735,134 Number of Grants: 410

 

Donor Foundation
 

Amount

Year

Grant Description

SUMMERLEE FOUNDATION
Dallas
Texas

$25,000

2007

Support for the international Marine mammal project confront the killing and international trade in live dolphins

SUMMERLEE FOUNDATION
Dallas
Texas

$10,000

2007

Support for providing essential services tools and training to a variety of wildlife organizations working to protect carnivores and their habitats with a special emphasis on mountain lions

SUNDANCE INSTITUTE
Park City
Utah

$10,000

2007

Documentary program grants

SUMMERLEE FOUNDATION
Dallas
Texas

$25,000

2006

Continued support for advancing cougar conservation throughout North America

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$30,000

2006

To support the campus climate challenge to bring student activists into state global warming debates

WARSH MOTT LEGACY
Freestone
California

$30,000

2006

Tomales Bay Institute

HAWLEY FAMILY FOUNDATION
Evergreen
Colorado

$7,000

2006

Support the Marine Mammal Project

NO-SUCH FAMILY FOUNDATION INC
Westport
Connecticut

$25,000

2006

Sacred Land Film Project

CLOUD MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$15,000

2006

Support for environmental projects

COMPTON FOUNDATION INC
Redwood City
California

$25,000

2006

Losing Sacred Ground

DAVID B GOLD FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$5,000

2006

Wilderness training 7 equipment loan program

DAVID B GOLD FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$15,000

2006

Environmental education in schools

GORDON AND BETTY MOORE FOUNDATION
Palo Alto
California

$4,000

2006

In support of fundraising activities

CHRISTENSEN FUND
Palo Alto
California

$150,000

2006

Support for the research and development stage of four part film series Losing Sacred ground to inform global publics about the issues behind contested sacred landscapes worldwide

HKH FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$150,000

2005

 

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$10,000

2005

Reef protection international 'Reef Guide' project

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$20,000

2005

Safe food and fertilizer

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$25,000

2005

Mangrove action project-Tsunami relief

JOHN D & CATHERINE T MACARTHUR FOUNDATION
Chicago
Illinois

$30,000

2005

In support of capacity building for biodiversity conservation in the Nigeria Delta

MCKNIGHT FOUNDATION
Minneapolis
Minnesota

$25,000

2005

For a coastal management training program in Cambodia

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$25,000

2004

Ishraq Program in Rural Upper Egypt for the case study of a multi-faceted approach to reaching out-of-school adolescent girls

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$25,000

2004

Mangrove Action Project

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$40,000

2004

Dolphin Safe Tuna

HKH FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$100,000

2004

Environmental protection

SURDNA FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$15,000

2004

Support for a strategic planning initiative

CLOUD MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2004

Support for Environmental Projects

ROBERT SCHALKENBACH FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$15,000

2004

Philadelphia nigeria ,etc

FORD FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$50,000

2004

Start-up support for the environmental education and horticultural institute to promote environmentally and socially just practices

SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$10,000

2004

To support the planning, development and implementation of an environmental education and horticulture institute for at-risk Richmond youth

THE CALIFORNIA ENDOWMENT
Los Angeles
California

$50,000

2004

Youth enrichment ambassadors for health

DAVID B GOLD FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$10,000

2004

Winless leadership training

CHRISTENSEN FUND
Palo Alto
California

$20,000

2004

To Support the Sacred Land Film Project to plan and hold three Bay Area screenings of the film, in the light of reverence, in conjunction with mini conferences spotlighting individual threatened sacred sites

BELLA VISTA FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$30,000

2004

In cooperation with the community environmental council to help establish the Brower Green Teens Program for restoration of seasonal wetland and wildlife habitat near Coal Oil Point in Santa Barbara county

SKAGGS FOUNDATION
Juneau
Alaska

$5,000

2004

Triennial review 2004

LISA AND DOUGLAS GOLDMAN FUND
San Francisco
California

$5,000

2003

Funding to hire a manager for the outdoor equipment loan program

THE CALIFORNIA WELLNESS FOUNDATION
Woodland Hls
California

$75,000

2003

For core operating support to sustain ongoing environmental health efforts in Richmond

C.S. FUND
Freestone
California

$30,000

2003

Tomales Bay Institute

ZAFFARONI FOUNDATION
Fremont
California

$5,000

2003

Support for education

CHRISTENSEN FUND
Palo Alto
California

$45,000

2003

2004 Sacred Land Conference: support to convene key individuals for discussions, video documentation and to publish reports.

FIREDOLL FOUNDATION
Walnut Creek
California

$5,000

2003

Grant general support ReThink Paper

DAVID B GOLD FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$10,000

2003

Grant Wilderness Leadership Training

ROSE FOUNDATION FOR COMMUNITIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Oakland
California

$20,000

2003

Supports environmental education programs for young students using local creeks as an educational resource, including restoring habitat with native plants and releasing tree frogs

RICHARD AND RHODA GOLDMAN FUND
San Francisco
California

$15,000

2003

Borneo Project: Legal Services and Advocacy program

RICHARD AND RHODA GOLDMAN FUND
San Francisco
California

$50,000

2003

Center for Safe Energy: Organizational capacity building for group that supports NGO's working on energy issues in the former Soviet Union: $100,000/2 years (2002-2003)

RICHARD AND RHODA GOLDMAN FUND
San Francisco
California

$25,000

2003

Maat Youth Academy: Community and Global Environmental Education Program

RICHARD AND RHODA GOLDMAN FUND
San Francisco
California

$30,000

2003

Mangrove Action Project: to create a Coastal Resource Center at Motean Village, Segera Anakan Mangrove Reserve, Indonesia

GILES W & ELISE G MEAD FOUNDATION
Napa
California

$25,000

2003

Support for environmental projects

PRENTICE FOUNDATION INC
Westport
Connecticut

$5,000

2003

To help stop attacks on the environment

CLOUD MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2003

Support for environmental projects

PARK FOUNDATION INC
Ithaca
New York

$9,000

2003

The Brower Youth Awards

COUTTS & CLARK WESTERN FOUNDATION INC
Durango
Colorado

$5,000

2003

Brower Youth Awards

JOHN D & CATHERINE T MACARTHUR FOUNDATION
Chicago
Illinois

$30,000

2003

In support of capacity building for biodiversity conservation in the Niger Delta (over three years)

STEVEN C LEUTHOLD FAMILY FOUNDATION
Minneapolis
Minnesota

$4,000

2003

Operating Funds

HKH FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$100,000

2003

Environmental protection

ORCHARD FOUNDATION
South Portland
Maine

$10,000

2003

2004 Forest Legal Defense Program

MESSENGERS OF HEALING WINDS FOUNDATION
Santa Fe
New Mexico

$5,000

2003

Operating support

MESSENGERS OF HEALING WINDS FOUNDATION
Santa Fe
New Mexico

$5,000

2003

Operating support

POND FOUNDATION
Santa Fe
New Mexico

$35,132

2003

Project support

WENDY P MCCAW FOUNDATION
Santa Barbara
California

$29,880

2003

Rapid Response Network Cetacean Protection Project

ARNTZ FAMILY FOUNDATION
San Rafael
California

$15,000

2003

Support of charity

MARIN COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Novato
California

$105,000

2003

Provide operating support

FOUNDATION FOR DEEP ECOLOGY
Sausalito
California

$15,000

2003

Support of John Muir Project

WILBURFORCE FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$15,000

2003

To protect wildlife and their ecosystems through networking, research, and education

MARGARET T MORRIS FOUNDATION
Prescott
Arizona

$4,000

2003

Toward cougar management studies

MARIN COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Novato
California

$105,000

2003

Provide operating support

BULLITT FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$10,000

2003

Protecting and restoring the environment of the Pacific Northwest

MAX & ANNA LEVINSON FOUNDATION
Santa Fe
New Mexico

$4,000

2003

Protecting U.S. national forests

NATHAN CUMMINGS FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$100,000

2003

Sacred Land Film Project

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$35,000

2003

Dolphin safe tuna label

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$25,000

2003

Industrial Shrimp Action Network

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$25,000

2003

Mangrove Action Project

DEER CREEK FOUNDATION
St. Louis
Missouri

$35,000

2003

For forest monitoring, litigation, and media work designed to ensure U.S. Forest Service compliance with existing environmental laws and regulations.

MAX & ANNA LEVINSON FOUNDATION
Santa Fe
New Mexico

$15,000

2002

Protecting United States national forests

GOLDMAN ENVIRONMENTAL FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$15,000

2002

Borneo Project of Earth Island Institute, Legal Services and Advocacy Program, a new effort under the leadership of 1990 Prize recipient Harrison Ngau, to serve indigenous communities struggling for land and human rights in Sarawak, Malaysia $30,000/2 Y

COMPTON FOUNDATION INC
Redwood City
California

$15,000

2002

Peace & Security

POND FOUNDATION
Santa Fe
New Mexico

$18,000

2002

Project support

DAVID AND LUCILE PACKARD FOUNDATION
Los Altos
California

$44,834

2002

Support for organizational assessment, board development, and strategic planning for blue water network (2001-18526 for $$44,834)

BULLITT FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$125,000

2002

Gifts To Public Charities For the Purpose of Protecting And Restoring the Environment of the Pacific Northwest

BULLITT FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$20,000

2002

Gifts To Public Charities For the Purpose of Protecting And Restoring the Environment of the Pacific Northwest

CONSERVATION FOOD AND HEALTH FOUNDATION INC
Boston
Massachusetts

$7,500

2002

To protect native land claims and develop local forest conservation and management programs with indigenous tribal peoples living in the rain forest of Sarawak, Malaysia

TURNER FOUNDATION INC
Atlanta
Georgia

$20,000

2002

For support to provide fiscal sponsorship administrative services technical assistance and outreach to more than 30 environmental campaigns and programs

TURNER FOUNDATION INC
Atlanta
Georgia

$10,000

2002

For general support to advance its campaign to end at commercial exploitation on federal public lands naturewide beginning with an end to the federal under sales program through litigation and media work

TURNER FOUNDATION INC
Atlanta
Georgia

$45,000

2002

For support to stop global warming at the earliest point possible by helping to make the Northwest a world leader in practical and profitable solutions

JOHN D & CATHERINE T MACARTHUR FOUNDATION
Chicago
Illinois

$70,000

2002

In support of capacity building for biodiversity conservation in the Niger Delta (over three years)

JOHN D & CATHERINE T MACARTHUR FOUNDATION
Chicago
Illinois

$50,000

2002

In support of the World Sustainabihty Hearing at the Rio+10 World Summit

NATHAN CUMMINGS FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$100,000

2002

Sacred Land Film Project

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$5,000

2002

Outboard motors for Whale Watch Boats in Baja

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$25,000

2002

Industrial Shrimp Action network

RELATIONS FOUNDATION
Chicago
Illinois

$10,000

2002

Brower youth awards

HKH FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2002

Environmental protection

THE OAK FOUNDATION USA
Portland
Maine

$10,000

2002

All contributions provide general public support to organizations operated exclusively for charitable, scientific, literary or educational purposes

FORD FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$200,000

2002

To promote and distribute ' In the light of reverence' a documentary on native American struggles to protect landscapes of spiritual

RICHARD AND RHODA GOLDMAN FUND
San Francisco
California

$50,000

2002

Organizational capacity building for group that supports NGO's working on energy issues in the former Soviet Union $100,000/2 years (2002-2003)

RICHARD AND RHODA GOLDMAN FUND
San Francisco
California

$125,000

2002

Navy Sonar Campaign, to protect marine mammals from the effects of underwater acoustic sonar $250,000/2 years (2001-2002)

RICHARD AND RHODA GOLDMAN FUND
San Francisco
California

$80,000

2002

Coastal Community Resource Centers, to disseminate information and resources on sustainable management of mangrove forests

ZAFFARONI FOUNDATION
Fremont
California

$5,000

2002

Support for education

FRED GELLERT FAMILY FOUNDATION
Tiburon
California

$8,000

2002

Support for Environmental Projects

FRED GELLERT FAMILY FOUNDATION
Tiburon
California

$6,000

2002

Support for Environmental Projects

C.S. FUND
Freestone
California

$30,000

2002

Tomales bay institute

THE CALIFORNIA ENDOWMENT
Los Angeles
California

$25,000

2001

Adverse health effects of mercury on richmond residents

COMPTON FOUNDATION INC
Redwood City
California

$5,000

2001

Support for environmental projects

WILLIAM H AND HELEN C VANDERBILT FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$5,000

2001

For the blue water network

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$25,000

2001

ISA/NET

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$25,000

2001

Mangrove Action Project

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$30,000

2001

Dolphin safe tuna activities

TURNER FOUNDATION INC
Atlanta
Georgia

$25,000

2001

For general support to continue its efforts to end logging on public lands reduce demand for forest products while promoting the use of alternative fibers, and advocate for responsible stewardship of private lands

TURNER FOUNDATION INC
Atlanta
Georgia

$20,000

2001

For general support of the provision of programs and services to support a range of environmental projects and activists

TURNER FOUNDATION INC
Atlanta
Georgia

$60,000

2001

For general support of efforts to reduce emissions from a variety of marine vessels and to reduce groundwater contamination from the fuel additive MTBE

BULLITT FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$75,000

2001

For the protecting and restoring the environment of the Pacific Northwest

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$13,200

2001

To work with rural electric co-ops on the Last Mile Project, promoting renewable energy in agricultural areas of Eastern Washington

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$34,000

2001

To support Bluewater Network's global warming initiative

COMPTON FOUNDATION INC
Redwood City
California

$25,000

2001

Peace and world order

WENDY P MCCAW FOUNDATION
Santa Barbara
California

$5,000

2000

Funding for a forum on increasing awareness of wild animal capture and display issues

WENDY P MCCAW FOUNDATION
Santa Barbara
California

$245,745

2000

Support for an education campaign and conservation efforts to protect sea owners in Santa Barbara, California and the Aleutian Islands

WENDY P MCCAW FOUNDATION
Santa Barbara
California

$218,280

2000

Support for an education campaign and conservation efforts to protect sea owners in Santa Barbara, California and the Aleutian Islands

BULLITT FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$5,000

2000

Protecting and restoring the NW environment

DAVID AND LUCILE PACKARD FOUNDATION
Los Altos
California

$75,000

2000

Support for bluewater network's clean vessel campaign.

BLUE MOON FUND INC
Charlottesville
Virginia

$30,000

2000

To continue to build a broad constituency for climate protection in the Northwest.

BLUE MOON FUND INC
Charlottesville
Virginia

$50,000

2000

To collaborate with Russian NGOs to increase public awareness of the dangers of using plutonium fuel in civilian nuclear reactors.

MARISLA FOUNDATION
Laguna Beach
California

$25,000

2000

Dolphin safe label

JOHN MERCK FUND
Boston
Massachusetts

$21,500

2000

To support the Yggdrasil Institute's monitoring of US uranium enrichment; and (2) to support the center for safe energy's visual exhibit on nuclear nonproliferation for use in Russia

ARCA FOUNDATION
Washington
Dist Of Columbia

$40,000

2000

To support Blue water Network's campaign protecting public waters, lands, and ecosystems from global climate change and damage caused by motorized recreation, oil and shipping industry practices, and other marine polluters

GLOBAL POSSIBILITIES
Santa Monica
California

$6,000

2000

Support for Environmental projects

MARIN COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Novato
California

$10,000

1999

Support the zero cut campaign

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