Alliance for A Green Economy (AGREE) is a left-of-center environmentalist advocacy organization that seeks to end New York State’s use of conventional fuels and nuclear power and to replace them with wind and solar energy.
The Steering Committee of AGREE consists of the following groups: Atlantic Chapter of the Sierra Club, Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, CNY Chapter of Citizens Awareness Network, Citizen Action of New York, Nuclear Information and Resource Service, Peace Action of Central New York, Peace Action New York State, and Syracuse Peace Council. 
Tim Judson is board president and co-founder of AGREE. Since 2014, he has worked as executive director for the Nuclear Information and Resource Service. Judson currently chairs the bard of Citizens Awareness Network and led the campaign to close the Vermont Yankee nuclear reactor in Vernon, Vermont. 
Jessica Azulay Chasnoff is the program director of AGREE and co-founder of the New York Energy Democracy Alliance. She also founded PeoplesNetWorks, was an editor at the now defunct online newspaper The NewStandard, and was a contributor to ZNet. Azulay Chasnoff also held a staff position on the Syracuse Peace Council and is currently a board member of Cooperative Federal, a credit union in Syracuse. 
Financial supporters of the Alliance for a Green Economy include the corporate advocacy arm of environmentalist-minded sportswear manufacturer Patagonia, Resist.org, and the New York State government’s Energy Research and Development Authority.