Climate Justice Council
Climate Advocacy Organizations
350 Maine is a grassroots movement with local chapters working primarily on state and local initiatives. They focus on climate justice and work extensively with youth.
Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a grassroots bipartisan movement with local chapters working primarily on federal carbon pricing legislation through developing relationships with members of Congress and building constituent support.
Mount Desert Island residents, businesses, and towns work together to achieve energy independence by 2030 and make MDI an inspiring epicenter of citizen engagement, sustainability, and economic vitality through this organization.
ecoAmerica builds institutional leadership, public support, and political resolve for climate solutions in the United States. They conduct research, hold forums and provide resources.
Maine Climate Table holds webinars and climate communications workshops to bring new, diverse voices to the climate conversation.
Maine Conservation Voters works to elect leaders who will actively support legislation to protect the environment, to hold legislators accountable, and to lead collaborative efforts of Maine’s environmental community.
Sierra Maine works primarily through local climate action teams on the state/local level to safeguard Maine’s air and waters, fight global warming and hold officials accountable.
Eco-Womanist Institute is a nonprofit providing restorative and healing justice to communities, founded by Black women FOR Black women and women of color around the world. Their mission is to increase the inclusion, ecological awareness, and environmental leadership of African American women within the eco spirituality and ecojustice narratives.
“Experienced Americans” are the fastest-growing part of the population: 10,000 people a day pass the 60-year mark. That means that there’s no way to make the changes that must be made to protect our planet and our society unless we bring the power of this group into play.