Dirty Energy Money Campaign
Amazon Watch works to protect the rainforest and advance the rights of indigenous peoples in the Amazon Basin. We partner with indigenous and environmental organizations in campaigns for human rights, corporate accountability and the preservation of the Amazon's ecological systems.
The Amazon Defense Coalition is a part of a regional, national and global struggle for environmental and collective rights in the Ecuadorian Amazon. We are a group of Amazonian grass roots organizations and communities who have joined to defend and sustain our peoples and environment through unification of our forces and the integration of the entire Ecuadorian Amazon. Our work is principally to strengthen local development through solidarity and conscious, responsible, effective and transparent participation.
The mission of Communities for a Better Environment is to achieve environmental health and justice by building grassroots power in and with communities of color and working-class communities.
CorpWatch counters corporate-led globalization through education, network-building and activism. We work to foster democratic control over corporations by building grassroots globalization a diverse movement for human rights and dignity, labor rights and environmental justice.
Crude Accountability works with local activists and citizen groups in the Caspian Sea basin to protect the region's natural environment and to ensure environmental justice for communities impacted by natural resource development.
Oil Change International’sDirty Energy Money Campaign aims to end all government handouts to oil, coal and gas companies and persuade our elected representatives to reject campaign contributions from these Dirty Energy industries. On their website you can follow the money by zip code, politician or company.
Environmental Rights Action (ERA) is a Nigerian advocacy non-governmental organisation founded on January 11, 1993 to deal with environmental human rights issues in Nigeria. ERA is the Nigerian chapter of Friends of the Earth International (FoEI), the world environmental justice federation campaigning to protect the environment and to create sustainable societies. ERA is the co-ordinating NGO in Africa for Oilwatch International, the global South network of groups concerned about the effects of oil on the environment of people who leave in oil-bearing regions.
EarthRights International (ERI) is a nongovernmental, nonprofit organization that combines the power of law and the power of people in defense of earth rights. We specialize in fact-finding, legal actions against perpetrators of earth rights abuses, training grassroots and community leaders, and advocacy campaigns. Through these strategies, ERI seeks to end earth rights abuses, to provide real solutions for real people, and to promote and protect human rights and the environment in the communities where we work.
Filipino-American Coalition for Environmental Solidarity (FACES) is an intergenerational organization that works for environmental justice within communities in the United States and in the Philippines, and builds partnerships through advocacy, education, service, and organizing.
Justice in Nigeria Now! (JINN) is a San Francisco-based organization working in solidarity with communities in Nigeria and allies in the U.S. to hold multinational corporations accountable for their operations in Nigeria to act in a manner that respects human rights, protects the environment, and enhances community livelihood.
Mpalabanda was a human rights organization in Cabinda, Angola until a Cabinda Provincial Court banned it, in July 2006. The organization documented human rights violations occurring in Angola.
Oil Watch is a resistance network that opposes the activities of oil companies in tropical countries.
Rainforest Action Network uses hard-hitting markets campaigns to align the policies of multinational corporations with widespread public support for environmental protection.
The Richmond Progressive Alliance (RPA) is an alliance of Progressive Democrats, Greens and Independents coming together in progressive unity for a better and healthier Richmond, California.
The Sea Turtle Restoration Project fights to protect endangered sea turtles in ways that make cultural and economic sense to the communities that share the beaches and waters with these gentle creatures. With offices in California, Texas, Costa Rica, and Papa New Guinea, STRP is leading international efforts to protect sea turtle populations worldwide. STRP is a project of Turtle Island Restoration Network, a 501c3 organization.
Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services (TEJAS)
Trustees for Alaska is a public interest law firm whose mission is to provide legal counsel to sustain and protect Alaska's natural environment. We represent local and national environmental groups, Alaska Native villages and nonprofit organizations, community groups, hunters, fishers and others where the outcome of our advocacy could benefit Alaska's environment.
US LAW Principles: To protect our members and the lives and livelihoods of working people everywhere, we will advocate, educate and mobilize in the US labor movement for, among other priorities:
- A just foreign policy that will bring security and prosperity to working people
- A foreign policy that settles disputes with diplomacy rather than war
- Global and economic social justice
- Redirecting the US’s resources away from inflated military spending
- Protecting worker rights, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties and the Rights of Immigrants
- Solidarity with workers and organizations around the world who are struggling for their own labor and human rights
The West County Toxics Coalition is a nonprofit, multi-racial membership organization founded in 1986 to empower low and moderate-income residents to exercise greater control over environmental problems that impact their quality of life in County Costa County, in Northern California.