The Environmental Justice, Climate, and Community Revitalization Program prioritizes and incentivizes projects and initiatives that align environmental investments with priorities and goals identified by environmental justice and Indigenous communities themselves. From addressing public health crisis to creating a safer and accessible outdoor experience, our program convenes and supports a cross-cultural collaborative of organizations and leaders of color across the nation to advance a shared vision and agenda around environmental and climate justice action.
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The CECC is an alliance of some of the nation’s most insightful Black, Latinx/e, Indigenous, Asian, and Pacific Islander leaders and advocates of color that are committed to amplifying ideas, recommendations, and solutions that uplift the priorities and economic interests of historically marginalized communities, to guide clean energy economy policies and implementation.
Over the spring and summer of 2020, the National Wildlife Federation worked in collaboration with our national and local partners to hold a series of roundtable conversations. The roundtables gathered more than 124 frontline community leaders, elected officials, and other key experts and environmental justice stakeholders to discuss the impacts of the coronavirus on communities.
For many Black, Indigenous, people of color and people with disabilities, recreating outside may involve facing microaggressions, harassment, and in many cases, acts of violence. To address disparities and chart a path forward, the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) launched a multi-year Creating Safe Spaces initiative to hear from champions for greater and safer access to the outdoors.
Take the Clean Earth Challenge and help make the planet a happier, healthier place.Learn More
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A groundbreaking bipartisan bill aims to address the looming wildlife crisis before it's too late, while creating sorely needed jobs.Read More
More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. We're on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 52 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.