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How to Support the 2018 Goldman Prize Winners

May 8, 2018

Are you feeling inspired by the achievements of the 2018 Goldman Environmental Prize winners and want to get involved? Read on below to find out how you can support Prize winners, or check out their profile pages to learn more.

Africa: Makoma Lekalakala and Liz McDaid

  • Support the work of their organizations, SAFCEI (Liz) and Earthlife Africa (Makoma), to advance environmental and economic justice in South Africa.
  • Follow Makoma and Liz on Twitter.

Asia: Khanh Nguy Thi

  • Help Khanh’s organization, GreenID, by supporting its new Sustainable Energy Fund for the People, designed to help the Vietnamese apply clean energy solutions.
  • Stay connected with GreenID on Twitter and Facebook.

Europe: Claire Nouvian

 Islands & Island Nations: Manny Calonzo

 North America: LeeAnne Walters

  • Help support LeeAnne’s work to expand her model of citizen scientists across the country through US Water Study Research, her new project in partnership with collaborator Professor Marc Edwards of Virginia Tech.
  • LeeAnne and other Flint residents are raising funds to provide bottled water for the most vulnerable Flint residents—the elderly, disabled, and home-bound—since the State ceased to provide bottled water.
  • Follow LeeAnne and Flint Water Study on Twitter.

South & Central America: Francia Marquez

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