Soul of Environmentalism
Nine economic, environmental, and social policy leaders provide a perspective on the role and connectivity of environmental and progressive movements today. They discuss the crucial importance of race and class in the environmental movement.
Coalition for a Livable Future
This organization unites over 90 diverse organizations and hundreds of individuals to promote healthy and sustainable communities. By connecting issues, people and organizations, this partnership empowers communities to take action together to shape the big decisions affecting the Portland region’s future.
Asian American Environmental Partnership
This partnership is a non-profit organization dedicated to increase awareness and understanding of environmental issues in the Asian American community by building partnership and inspiring diversity in leadership. AAEPUS.ORG serves the environmental professional field and educates the public about environmental topics that concern the lives of Southern Californians.
An organization that seeks to improve the economic health of disadvantaged communities by creating environmental job training, employment, and entrepreneurial opportunities, fostering the connection between economic vitality and environmental protection and restoration.
Indian Country Conservancy
The Indian Country Conservancy (ICC) is dedicated to working with landowners to return original lands and ecosystems to the trust of their native inhabitants to care for them.
An organization that builds leadership and strengthens organizations working for environmental and social change through the power of diversity and inclusion.
Center for Whole Communities
An organization that creates a more just, balanced and healthy world by exploring, honoring, and deepening the connections between land, people and community. It identifies a new land movement that integrates conservation, health, justice, spirit and relationship. Through its programs, Measures of Health, Whole Thinking Forums, and Vision and Values Workshops, the Center strives to reframe values, redefine success, and rejuvenate activists.
A policy institute that develops solutions to help people, protect the environment and grow the economy. They partner with grassroots communities, labor unions, policymakers, businesses, and academics to shift the economy towards sustainable growth.
Green For All
A national organization dedicated to building an inclusive green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty. By advocating for local, state and federal commitment to job training, job creation, and entrepreneurial opportunities in the emerging green economy – especially for people from disadvantaged communities – Green For All fights both poverty and pollution at the same time.
Sustainable South Bronx
Founded in 2001 by Dr. Majora Carter, this organization addresses land-use, energy, transportation, water and waste policy, and education to advance the environment and economic rebirth of the South Bronx and inspire solutions in areas like it across the nation and around the world. Its mission is environmental justice through innovative, economically sustainable projects that are informed by community needs.
Black Family Land Trust
An organization working to ensure, protect, and preserve the natural, historic, environmental, and community resources of African Americans in the United States of America through land ownership.
Environmental Leadership Program
An organization that inspires visionary, action oriented and diverse leadership to work for a just and sustainable future. It nurtures a new generation of environmental leaders characterized by diversity, innovation, collaboration, and effective communications.
National Hispanic Environmental Council
An organization that seeks to educate, empower, and engage the Latino community on environmental and sustainable development issues; encourage Latinos to actively work to protect the environment; provide a national voice for Latinos; and assist Latinos to pursue careers in the environment and natural resources field.