Search results for ‘climate change’


  • Movement

    People’s Climate Marches

    Taking place in 2014 the first People’s Climate March was attended by roughly 300,000 demonstrators including left-of-center New York mayor Bill de Blasio, after which the People’s Climate Movement was organized. The People’s Climate Marches organized crowds throughout the United States in order to pressure politicians into giving
  • Non-profit

    Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

    The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions is an environmental nonprofit organization based in Arlington, Virginia. Launched in 2011, C2ES is the successor to the Pew Center on Global Climate Change.
  • Non-profit

    Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus

    Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus, also known as Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International, is a 501(c)(3) advocacy group for the global women’s climate justice movement. WECAN focuses on rights of women. rights of nature, rights of indigenous peoples, and rights of future generations. WECAN is engaging with
  • Non-profit

    Climate Mobilization

    Climate Mobilization is an environmental advocacy group who promote the idea of tackling climate change in a similar manner to WWII.
  • Non-profit

    Rochester People’s Climate Coalition

    The Rochester People’s Climate Coalition (RPCC) is a left-center nonprofit that has a network of local organizations that work to advocate for climate change awareness and other environmentalist issues. The organization advocates for climate change legislation such as the Green New Deal and other legislative movements in New York
  • Other Group

    NY Buddhist Climate Action Network

    The organization NY Buddhist Climate Action Network was first created in 2015 to create programs to educate Buddhists on issues of climate change. Since 2015 the organization has grown to support the smaller organizations called Extinction Rebellion, The Climate Mobilization, Sunrise Movement, and School and Youth Strikers. [9]
  • Other Group

    Institute of Climate Studies, USA

    The Institute for Climate Studies is a nonprofit organization that gathers research to raise public awareness about climate change issues.
  • Non-profit

    Great March for Climate Action

    Great March for Climate Action is an environmental activist organization focused on spreading awareness of climate change to both elected officials and the public at large.
  • Other Group

    Climatepedia

    Climatepedia is a nonprofit organization that was founded by UCLA students to catalog university and nonprofit research on climate change.
  • Other Group

    ClimateMama

    ClimateMama is an environmental activist group that seeks to educate people of all ages about climate change and mobilize them into becoming activists.
  • Non-profit

    Climate Voices US

    Climate Voices US’s stated goal is “Fighting Climate Change”.
  • For-profit

    Climate Nexus

    Climate Nexus is an environmental nonprofit that uses research from various fields to propose various climate change solutions.
  • Non-profit

    Climate Hawks Vote Civic Action

    Climate Hawks Vote Civic Action is an advocacy organization that promotes left-leaning environmentalist policies. Much of the organization’s work revolves around pushing Democratic politicians further to the left on environmentalist issues and advocating against the use of any conventional energy sources. The organization has a relatively small budget and no
  • Non-profit

    Climate Action Santa Monica

    Climate Action Santa Monica is a nonprofit that teaches Santa Monica residents about climate change and how it affects them.
  • Non-profit

    Climate Action Reserve

    Climate Action Reserve is an environmentalist nonprofit that supports market-based solutions to climate change.
  • Non-profit

    Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL)

    Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) is an environmentalist advocacy organization that pushes for legislation to curtail carbon emissions, with an emphasis on carbon taxes. It advances legislation to impose a carbon tax with redistribution to the populace. Founded on October 6, 2007, CCL created 560 chapters throughout the world, with chapters
  • Non-profit

    Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN)

    The Chesapeake Climate Action Network, is the Capital Area chapter of U.S. Climate Action Network and Climate Action Network-International (CAN-I).  It was founded in July 2002 with a seed grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.[40]  USCAN is the national affiliate of Climate Action Network International, a global
  • Non-profit

    50/50 Climate Project

    Climate Majority Project is a left-of-center environmentalist organization that focuses on influencing corporation’s decisions and direction towards adopting the environmentalist agenda. The group seeks to add one or more select climate activists for environmental oversight to boards of directors in companies like Exxon and Chevron. Climate Majority Project was created
  • Other Group

    World Climate Report

    World Climate Report is an online climate change newsletter that provides a response to global change reports. It advocates that climate change is largely overblown and promotes the idea of modest changes to improve the environment.
  • Other Group

    Climate Audit

    Climate Audit is a blog that examines and discusses climate data findings. Founded by Steve McIntyre, the blog played a key role in exposing “Climategate,” a controversy involving emails sent by prominent climatologists that appeared to indicate efforts to conceal or manipulate climatological data, in 2009. The site is skeptical