The Farmworker Network for Economic and Environmental Justice, established in 1994, serves nine agricultural worker membership organizations from the US, the Caribbean and Mexico. They work on:
- reducing agricultural pesticide hazards
- establishing worker protection standards and worker rights
- supporting direct organizing
- and promoting mutual support among agricultural worker organizations, sustainable agriculture, and occupational health and safety.
1902 Barton Park Road, Auburndale, FL 33823
Phone: (863) 956-5183
The Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), established in 1990, is an alliance of Indigenous Peoples empowering Indigenous Nations and communities towards sustainable livelihoods, environmental protection of our lands, water, and air and maintaining the Sacred Fire of our traditions.
PO Box 485, Bemidji, MN 56619
Phone: (218) 751-4967
The Northeast Environmental Justice Network (NEJN), established in 1992, serves community-based organizations and environmental justice activists from the ten Northeastern states. Their activities include education, technical assistance, capacity building, and coordinating regional actions with a focus on air pollution, sustainable development, and children’s environmental health.
1854 Amsterdam Avenue (at 152nd Street), 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10031
Phone: (212) 961-1000
The USW Local 675 in Carson, California, represents workers in the oil, chemical, bedding, carwash & paper sector industries.
1200 E. 220th St., Carson, CA 90745
Phone: (310) 522-2277
The Los Jardines Institute (the Gardens Institute) in Albuquerque, New Mexico, builds and supports healthy and sustainable communities and workplaces by providing opportunities that promote multigenerational, community-based models of learning, sharing and community building. The Institute prioritizes traditional land-based ways of knowing in the places ‘where we live, work, play, pray, and go to school.’
803 La Vega Dr SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105
The Center for Earth Energy and Democracy works in collaboration with grassroots communities, policy makers and researchers to provide community education on important energy, environment, and development issues, so that all members of society may effectively participate in public decision-making. They work to:
- Build a deeper body of climate and energy research/analysis that fundamentally addresses racial and class justice.
- Provide energy and climate policy technical assistance based on CEED research to support the environmental justice movement.
- Promote strategies for cross learning and sharing of information around environmental justice energy and and climate issues.
4511 34th Ave. S. Suite A, Minneapolis, MN 55406
Phone: (612) 259-7371
The Center for Environmental Health, established in 1996, works to protect people from toxic chemicals by working with communities, consumers, workers, government, and the private sector to demand and support business practices that are safe for public health and the environment.
2201 Broadway, Suite 302, Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 655-3900
The Climate Justice Alliance is a new collaborative of community-based and movement support organizations uniting frontline communities to forge a scalable, socially and economically just transition away from unsustainable energy and false solutions to climate change. They do this through:
- building local living economies
- building community resilience
- climate justice for all