We are working with a wide range of partners on our fair climate projects.  Some of these partners include:

The mission of the Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO) is to empower women as decision-makers to achieve economic, social and gender justice, a healthy, peaceful planet, and human rights for all. Through our programs on Sustainable Development, Gender and Governance and Economic and Social Justice, WEDO emphasizes women’s critical role in social, economic and political spheres.

bcd, inc.In 1967, outreach initiatives led to the establishment of Black Community Developers, Inc., a non-profit community and faith-based organization serving low-income, underserved, disadvantaged and at-risk youth, children and families.  In 1992, with initial funding from the Robert Wood Johnson foundation, Rev. Dr. Robinson forged an alliance with the City of Little Rock to form the Fighting Back Initiative. The program has evolved into the Neighborhood Support Center, which is now funded in part by a city half-cent tax and through state, federal and private support.

MEC_logo_jpg The Michigan Environmental Council – a 501(c)(3) charitable organization – is a coalition of more than 70 organizations created in 1980 to lead Michigan’s environmental movement in achieving positive change through the political process. MEC combines deep environmental policy expertise with close connections to key state and federal decision makers, decades of experience getting things done in the political process, and an ability to rally broad and powerful alliances in support of reforms. With our member groups and partners in the public health and faith-based communities, MEC promotes public policies to ensure that Michigan families will enjoy clear waters, clean beaches, beautiful landscapes and healthy communities for years to come.


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