Annie Card is a professional photographer and former picture editor at Yankee Magazine, which won dozens of photography and design awards during her tenure. In 2005, Annie founded Mississippi Home Again, a nonprofit that raised over $2 million in donations in 2 years for survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Through the creative use of photographs, press releases, profiles, articles and media interviews, Mississippi Home Again received national recognition and found a national network of donors.
Now as the president of Annie Card Creative Services in Peterborough, New Hampshire, she is ready to share her public relations and publicity expertise with your small business or nonprofit.
Clean Air-Cool Planet works collaboratively with campuses, communities and corporations to pioneer and scale-up innovative solutions aimed at reducing carbon emissions and preparing for climate change. We also work to build support for environmentally effective and economically efficient national climate policies.
Climate Counts is a collaborative effort to bring consumers and companies together to address solutions around global climate change. We score the world's largest companies on their climate impact to spur corporate climate responsibility and conscious consumption. Our goal is to motivate deeper awareness among consumers — that the issue of climate change demands their attention, and that they have the power to support companies that take climate change seriously and avoid those that don't.
The Nature Conservancy is taking on the tough issues facing conservation today — from climate change to coral reefs, to energy development in a growing world. We are applying high level strategies to our conservation work around the world in the following areas:
Conservation Action, Climate Change, Rainforests, Coral Reefs, Migratory Birds, Land Conservation, People and Conservation and Smart Development.