Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 8/7/15

A Climate Change Concept Image. Landscape of a green grass and extreme dry drought land

This week, President Obama announced the Clean Power Plan – a historic and important step in reducing carbon pollution from power plants that takes real action on climate change. Have a listen to Sam PhillipsBlack Sky while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Rolling Stone: The worst impacts of climate change are starting to happen — and much faster than climate scientists expected
  • Eric DolanJon Stewart tells viewers to call out lying lawmakers: ‘The best defense against bullsh*t is vigilance’
  • Mary Winkler: @IndSector’s Diana Aviv lays out priorities for 2016 presidential contenders. High on the list is #communityservice
  • NYT National News: Senate Report Cites I.R.S. Mismanagement in Targeting of Tea Party Groups
  • Foundation Center NY: Introducing the Nonprofit Legal Audit Checklist
  • Gene: Does your #nonprofit work or support causes overseas? Read this LinkedIn – #international
  • For Purpose Law Group: Who Would Run Away from a Big Gift?: You Should … Sometimes
  • AAPIP: We featured in @latimes today: ‘Giving circles’ plant seeds of Philanthropy in Asian American Communities.
  • Nonprofit Times: It’s Out! The 2015 NPT Power & Influence Top 50. The leaders of the nonprofit world.
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: There has been a huge shift in public opinion over #racial #injustice.
  • Rebecca Hamburg Cappy: Good coverage of #SF #lobbyist ballot measure. Check out my @AFJBeBold blog re more concerns:
  • Aspen Institute: “Business ought to be used as a force for good.” The story behind @BCorporation. #AspenAction
  • Robert Esposito: My latest article on #socent regulation is available on the @NYUJLB website