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    Climate Justice for All 2020 Global Training, Selected Organizations

    The Climate Reality Project recognizes that a successful climate movement depends on centering climate justice. This means our movement must include both an understanding of environmental injustice and the participation of historically marginalized groups with vital perspectives on the climate crisis. These groups include members of frontline communities, Indigenous people, and young activists. We strongly believe that building a more inclusive climate movement is a goal that can only be achieved by working collectively with organizations that are also working to address climate justice. Climate Reality is pleased to have selected the following organizations to receive up to $10,000 each to support their exceptional grassroots initiatives.

    Alliance for Affordable Energy Project
    Arkansas Interfaith Power & Light
    Bridging The Gap In Virginia
    Charleston Climate Coalition Community
    Corazón Latino
    Dream in Green
    Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions
    Faith in Place
    Georgia Interfaith Power & Light

    NC Climate Justice Collective
    Rise ST. James
    Shenandoah Green
    Society of Native Nations
    Southwest Detroit Environmental Vision & Ecoworks
    The Cleo Institute
    The Green Door Initiative
    The New Florida Majority

    The Climate Reality Project wishes to recognize the following organizations and businesses with significant numbers of employees, members, and supporters participating in this Global Training.

    2030 Youth Force (Philippines) | Accenture | Amazon | American Public Health Association | Apple | C40 Climate Cities | Chesapeake Climate Action Network | C02CERO SAS (Colombia) | Conservation International | Convoy | Deloitte | Dept. of Education (Philippines) | Environment America | Eureka & Co. (Mexico) | Generation Investment Management | Google | IBM | KPMG | Los Angeles Unified School District | Mars Inc. | Miss Earth | Poor People’s Campaign | Pricewaterhouse Coopers | Salesforce | Starbucks | Student Public Interest Research GroupS | Students for Climate Action | The University of Melbourne (Australia) | UNDP | World Economic Forum Global Shapers | WWF