EPA Clean Power Plan
The Sonoran Institute prepares a statement on today's release of the U.S. EPA's Clean Power Rules in order to discuss the platform for our study to be released next month. We will reveal how large-scale solar can do far more in meeting the EPA's emissions targets than originally envisioned in the rule.
Our Hummingbird Circle donor club recognizes donors who have made a commitment to the mission and vision of the Sonoran Institute by providing unrestricted financial support at a level of $1,000 or more on an annual basis.
Why join the Hummingbird Circle?
By joining our Hummingbird Circle, you are having an impact throughout the Sonoran Institute, allowing us to direct funds wherever they are needed most throughout the year. Whether it’s focusing on a new initiative, piloting a new program or enabling our staff to work collaboratively throughout the West, we absolutely could not do this work without the unrestricted financial support provided by our Hummingbird Circle donors. More than ever before, we must secure funding that enables us to focus on finding innovative ways to ensure that the West we love will continue to provide the food, clean water, energy and other services our communities depend upon for survival.
What are the benefits of giving to the Hummingbird Circle?
Benefits associated with the Hummingbird Circle include invitations to Sonoran Institute field trips and presentations hosted by our regional offices in Bozeman, Glenwood Springs, Phoenix, Tucson and Mexicali; special quarterly updates from the Sonoran Institute, and special recognition in our annual report.
How do I join the Hummingbird Circle?
Donors who make a qualifying contribution automatically join the Hummingbird Circle. Your donation may be made at any time during the calendar year and benefits will be extended for a 12-month period once your gift has been received. Please consider making your unrestricted gift to Sonoran Institute today.
The Sonoran Institute is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.