Clean Water for NC: working with communities since 1984 for better cleanups at Superfund sites, environmental justice, safe and affordable drinking water, polluter accountability, clean air and energy, and more.
Greenpeace: An independent global campaigning organization that acts to change attitudes and behavior, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace.
The Guacamole Fund: A tax exempt, public charity that has been helping to coordinate events for organizations that work in the public interest, since 1973.
HKonJ: Founded by the NAACP. If You Believe…that all children deserve high quality education; that all workers deserve a livable wage; that racism must be addressed; in election reform; in affordable housing for all; in abolishing the death penalty; in fighting against wrongful incarceration; in bringing our troops home; in fighting to save the environment; in the right to carry on collective bargaining; in the rights of immigrants; in health insurance for everyone… Then Join Us! HKonJ Is a Movement, Not a Moment!
North Carolina Interfaith Power & Light (NC IPL): A program of the NC Council of Churches, and a state affiliate of IPL-USA, NC IPL works with faith communities to address the causes and consequences of global climate change through education and public policy advocacy.
Think Global Green: A website that aims to collect and make accessible the many issues associated with global warming. For students and others who need current, accessible information on climate change.
Union of Concerned Scientists: A non-profit group of scientists working to improve the environment in ways that preserve the health, safety, and enhance the quality of life in our communities.
Utah Moms for Clean Air is a good place for current information on regulatory bodies and pollution, as well as background and up-to-date research information.
Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment is dedicated to protecting the health and well-being of the citizens of Utah by promoting science-based education and interventions that result in progressive, measurable improvements to the environment.
Click the image above to watch our new 30-second video. Then visit our Emergency Climate Response page to see how you can help make sure our leaders stand up to Duke Energy.
At our annual meeting in December, we presented the John O. Blackburn Award to Joyce and Rev. Nelson Johnson in recognition of their lifelong dedication to social justice.