What if our power was derived from renewable sources, and the communities surrounding power plants were as clean and safe as neighborhoods further afield? These organizations are developing solutions for a Just Transition to an equitable and renewable energy economy that benefits all people.

Democracy at Home

Democracy at Home is a youth led non-profit building coalitions to pass legislation written by young people

A large group of people part of the HEAL Food Alliance

HEAL Food Alliance

The Health, Environment, Agriculture and Labor Food Alliance (HEAL) is a national multi-sector, multi-racial coalition…

A group of seven children and four adults sure around a folding table eating snacks and socializing at Saginaw Just Transition Indaba

Saginaw Just Transition Indaba

In the middle of Saginaw, MI sits a 54-acre fairground that was once the home of the biggest fair in the region from…

The Plant.org building on the edge of the Hudson River with the Manhattan skyline in the distant background.

The Plant.org

Born out of The Plant, a mission-driven real estate development and investment company, ThePlant.org is a non-profit…

A group of kids in The President's Youth Council formed in a huddle with their arms wrapped around each other.

The President’s Youth Council

The President’s Youth Council (PYC) is a body of youth ambassadors from across California that serves in partnership…

Seven people stand for a picture in front of a wall of windows with large graphics on it depicting a city

When Black + Brown Go Green

When Black + Brown Go Green (WBBGG) is an intergenerational movement organization for climate action and regenerative…