Alaskans for Responsible Mining (ARM) is a coalition of conservation groups, Tribal organizations, and communities working on mining issues in Alaska.
The Arizona Mining Coalition is comprised of Arizona groups and individuals that work to ensure that responsible mining contributes to healthy communities, a healthy environment, and, when all costs are factored in, is a net benefit to Arizona. The Arizona Mining Coalition expects the mining industry to clean up after itself, comply full and in the spirit of safeguards in place to protect Arizona, and to interact in a transparent and open manner with Arizona citizens.
People taking action to retire fossil fuels.
The Big Bend Conservation Alliance is dedicated to stopping the Trans-Pecos Pipeline by spreading awareness and raising funds to assist landowners with legal fees.
Protecting the Land and Heritage of New Mexico.
We are a diverse coalition of individuals, organizations, and businesses formed 1) to hear, connect, and amplify stories from New Mexico’s Sacrifice Zones; 2) to grow the climate movement by inspiring imagination, possibility, & self-awareness toward the rapid transition to a healthy, clean, and renewably- powered state.
At Emergent Synergies Global, our focus is on the future of the planet and its people, and our mission is to improve the quality of our environment for the benefit of every inhabitant of the globe. We analyze existing conditions, raise the level of awareness about environmental issues, and propose innovative solutions - with world-changing impact.
Ethical Metalsmiths is investigating the potential of what might be called the existing collectivity of informed jewelers to become good craftsmen of the environment. Our purpose is to channel information about mining issues and encourage jewelers to become informed advocates for social and environmental responsibility.
Friends of Livingston Mountain is a non profit group made up of neighbors and concerned citizens who wish to protect and preserve Livingston Mountain in Camas and East Vancouver Washington. Life on Livingston Mountain is being negatively impacted by the threat of expansion of gravel mining operations.
The Shalefield Organizing Committee is a group of concerned residents from across eastern Pennsylvania who work to protect human and ecological rights for those living in the shalefields. All too often, the impacts of shale gas development on rural families are invisible to the residents of Pennsylvania’s cities and suburbs. By connecting urban and rural communities, we are growing a grassroots movement that places direct demands upon those who hold power, and wins justice for shalefield residents.
ShaleTest is a non-profit organization that collects environmental data and provides testing to lower income families and communities that are negatively impacted by shale oil and gas extraction. ShaleTest is the only organization that provides free and certified environmental testing to those negatively impacted by natural gas development.