Offshore Wind, Onshore Justice

In the Gotham Gazette, Elizabeth Yeampierre, Executive Director of grantee UPROSE, and Angela Adrar, Executive Director of the Climate Justice Alliance, called for change in New York City. In New York City, we have learned from hard experience that our energy, environmental, and economic systems...

Rev. Leo Woodberry and group inside South Carolina capitol with "Ready For 100" signs - no offshore drilling

SC Needs Energy Policy That Puts The People First

Grantee Rev. Leo Woodberry (second from left in photo), writing in The State, advocates rethinking how we power our lives and our economy.   Thanks to what’s going on in Washington, precious places from our South Carolina coast to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge are...

Photo by Emily Arasim/Women's Earth & Climate Action Network

WECAN Amplifies Women’s Voices in the Fight for Climate Justice

New initiative highlights on-the-ground climate solutions that uplift women’s leadership Despite countless global studies that attest to women’s unique vulnerabilities and life-saving ingenuity in the face of climate change impacts, CNN and Media Matters have reported that only 15 percent of those interviewed in...

Climate activists march for justice post-Sandy

5 Years Post-Sandy, Activists Call For Climate Justice

An outpouring of activists and environmental advocates marched across the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday to mark the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy — and call on government to take climate change seriously. Thousands crowded into Cadman Park Plaza in downtown Brooklyn ahead of the...