Black, indigenous and people of color leading within the environmental community are making the case that the climate movement must focus on the need to address police violence because an effective climate justice movement depends on BIPOC leadership.
Shifting to electric vehicles economy-wide is one of the fastest ways we can clean our air. However, we do not experience harmful air pollution equally, so we must ensure that communities facing disproportionate toxic air pollution are prioritized for transportation programs and infrastructure that improve air quality.
A commitment to racial justice is inseparable from the effort to bring about a climate-stable world. We stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in the fight to eradicate white supremacy. We urge you to do the same.
Last month we told you about a new online series we’re launching, focused on how we can make progress on climate change in these challenging times. This month there are two dates to engage, listen, and learn about the needed solutions, approaches and tools to address the climate crisis. Read more
Join us throughout the summer and learn more about real climate solutions.
Climate Leaders Live! is our new online series where we, and collaborators, present conversations, policy deep dives, and explorations of how we can build a better future together. We’ll hear from organizations, businesses, elected officials, and community leaders in public health, environmental justice and more—leaders who are thinking big and working on different approaches to accelerate our transition to an equitable, just, and 100% clean economy. Read more
This week we turn our attention to striking farmworkers, and share resources for survivors of sexual violence and share tools for undoing racism--all needed resources to move towards a clean and just future for all
This week we turn our attention to Asian American communities impacted by COVID-19, share resources for survivors of sexual violence, and share tools for undoing racism--all needed resources to move towards a clean and just future for all.
Many of the workers most essential in our communities and society, especially during the COVID-19 crisis, are also among the most low-paid, exploited and undervalued professions. Farmworkers, service and hospitality industry staff, gig economy contractors, healthcare workers, janitorial staff, and others. Even in the best of times, these workers are often denied basic health and safety precautions, subjected to unjust layoffs and not paid a living wage. Read more