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Resource Groups on Cap & Trade and Climate Justice
Here are a few of the groups from around the U.S. and world working on cap and trade and climate justice. You can find many more at WiserEarth, a free online community space connecting the people, nonprofits and businesses working toward a just and sustainable world.
The Sustainable Energy and Economy Network (a project of IPS) works in partnership with citizens groups nationally and globally on environment, human rights and development issues with a particular focus on energy, climate change, environmental justice, gender equity, and economic issues, particularly as these play out in North-South relations.
Climate Justice Now! is a network of organizations and movements from across the globe committed to the fight for genuine solutions to the climate crisis. They are committed to building a diverse movement – locally and globally – for social, ecological and gender justice.
The Durban Group for Climate Justice is an international network of independent organizations, individuals and people’s movements who reject the free market approach to climate change. We aim to help build global grassroots movements for climate justice, mobilize communities around the world and pledge our solidarity with people opposing carbon trading on the ground.
A network of Indigenous Peoples empowering Indigenous Nations and communities towards sustainable livelihoods, demanding environmental justice and maintaining the Sacred Fire of our traditions.
By centering its work on bottom-up community-led projects and campaigns, Carbon Trade Watch aims to provide a durable body of research which ensures that a holistic and justice-based analysis of climate change and climate policy is not forgotten or compromised.
The Environmental Justice and Climate Change Initiative (EJCC) is a diverse coalition of U.S. environmental justice, religious, climate justice, policy and advocacy networks working for climate justice. Our consensus-based coalition develops projects, programs and papers to educate policymakers and connect with thousands of people in communities across the country about the effects of climate change and environmental injustice.
The Movement Generation Justice & Ecology Project provides in-depth analysis and information about the global ecological crisis and facilitates strategic planning for action among leading organizers from urban Bay Area organizations working for economic and racial justice in communities of color.