Partners in the Climate Justice Movement

Here are just a few of the groups with whom BostonCAN  works closely and takes inspiration!

City of Boston

West Roxbury Saves Energy: this neighborhood organization encourages local residents to save energy and opposes the West Roxbury pipeline.

Planet Southie: this all-volunteer organization is working for a greener and healthier South Boston.

GreeningRozzie: this community organization is working for a greener, more sustainable, and more cohesive Roslindale.

Back Bay Green Initiative: news about climate activism both citywide and in the Back Bay neighborhood

Chelsea Creek Action Group Partnership: this grassroots organization seeks to reclaim the neglected and contaminated Chelsea Creek as an environmental, recreational, economic, and educational asset for the people of the region.

Codman Square NDC: Codman Square NDC’s Talbot Norfolk Triangle Eco-Innovation District is a comprehensive effort at neighborhood scale sustainability that marries green, transit-oriented development (TOD), renewable energy, water conservation, alternative energy, sustainable food systems, waste reduction, and climate preparedness through resilience. This first-of-its-kind project in the City of Boston is working in a 13 block section of Codman Square with 1300 residents––the Talbot Norfolk Triangle––using the LEED-ND rating system as an organizing principle.

Allston-Brighton CDC: one of the programs of this community development corporation seeks to conserve and sustain local natural resources as a way to improve the quality of life in Allston-Brighton.

Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH): an East Boston CDC that works on affordable housing, environmental justice, community planning, leadership development, and economic development.

Boston Student Advisory Council

Statewide and Regional organizations

 

350 Massachusetts dedicated to building a global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis. MA350 engages in online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions led by thousands of volunteer organizers in over 188 countries. 350MA is convened and facilitated by Better Future Project.

Massachusetts Climate Action Network: statewide information and links to other municipal-level climate action groups

Green Justice Coalition: linking environmentalists, labor unions, and social justice organizations to make sure the green wave lifts all boats.

350MA: the statewide affiliate of the international group 350.org, convened by Better Future Project. With nodes in Boston, the Pioneer Valley and elsewhere.

StopNED/No Fracked gas in Mass

Stop the West Roxbury Lateral Pipeline

Chelsea Collaborative

Massachusetts Power Forward

Green Justice Coalition

Alternatives for Community and Environment

Neighbor to Neighbor

 

National and international efforts

350.org: an international campaign to make 350 parts per million CO2 the basis for the post-Kyoto treaty to be signed in 2009.   

Our Power Campaign: a coalition of over 35 community-based and movement support organizations uniting frontline communities to forge a scalable, and socio-economically just transition away from unsustainable energy towards local living economies to address the root causes of climate change.

Clean Water Action

Mothers Out Front

Via Campesina