Half of Seattle’s household greenhouse gas emissions are created in the areas of energy, transportation, diet choices and consumption habits. We know you’re all doing great work as individuals to reduce your footprint, but we are also fortunate to have so many community organizations out there promoting actions that address climate change.
The City of Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment (OSE) wants to support grassroots organizations that engage the community in climate action. OSE will award contracts of up to $10,000
for projects that address household choices in one of the following areas:
- Home Energy Use
- Getting Around
- Food Choices
- Buying Stuff
Applications are due April 22 for large project funding (up to $10,000) but are accepted all year round for small projects (up to $500). Learn more and get your application going, it’s easy!