Engage With Us

AWWI’s success is based on strategic collaboration with key stakeholders in both the advancement of wind energy and the protection of wildlife and habitat. By working together, we can move toward a common goal. Here is how you can help:

  • Become a Partner or Friend and offer your input and ideas to build the AWWI collaboration
  • Recommend AWWI to other companies, organizations, or individuals
  • Build awareness and understanding of the positive environmental benefits of responsible wind energy development by sharing AWWI issue briefs, fact sheets, white papers, tools, webinars, etc.
  • Support AWWI as a partner organization andor as an individual donor

AWWI’s Sustaining Partners and Friends are recognized for their leadership commitment to responsible wind development, and are invited to participate in design and beta-testing of AWWI resources and tools, join collaboration meetings of environmental and wind industry leaders, and hear regular updates on AWWI programs.

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, AWWI also accepts tax-deductible gifts and grants. Your donation, large or small, will be welcome and put to immediate good use, and will help make your voice heard in the rapidly developing wind energy field.

To learn more about joining AWWI as an organizational partner or to make a personal donation, please contact us at 202-656-3303 or info@awwi.org, or click here for instructions on how to give.

Get Involved

AWWI’s success is based on wide collaboration with all who hold a stake in the success of wind energy and the protection of wildlife and habitat. By working together, we can move toward a common goal. Here is how you can help:

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Engage With Us

Offer your input and ideas to build the AWWI collaboration or support AWWI as a partner organization. To learn more about opportunities to engage with AWWI, contact us.

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Support our Work

Wind Energy and Wildlife. We need both for a healthy, sustainable planet. Your donation will support AWWI’s work which generates technological innovation, policy-relevant science, and outreach and education.

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