Energy, Economic Upheaval to Address “Climate Change” (626-group letter exposes much)

“[Our groups] look forward to working with you to address the gravest environmental crisis humanity has ever faced, to protect all present and future generations around the world, while centering the rights of those communities and workers most impacted.”

Myron Ebell of the Competitive Enterprise Institute called it the “Back to the Dark Ages Manifesto.” It is so drastic and far-reaching that major environmental groups do not dare to touch it, much less sign on. (The smart Statists know not to reach too far too fast, instead taking incrementally gains and preparing for the next run up the Hill.)

Too much, too soon (as in a carbon tax) loses in a democracy where voters are energy users, and fossil-fuel scares in a distant future compete with here-and-now problems.

But the January 10, 2019, letter from 626 Left groups is a remarkable “coming out” moment for the fringe, anti-energy, anti-industrial, anti-freedom cabal.

Democrat Party–or Green Party?

The Democrat Party, in which the climate alarmists/forced energy transformationists are firmly ensconced, has come a long way from the 1970s when Ed Rothschild of Citizen-Labor Energy Coalition (later Citizen Action) was fighting against Big Oil for lower prices for the consumer. [1] Today, the climate lobby wants higher prices for less energy demand (conservation for its own sake, or conservationism). The welfare of consumers, not only taxpayers, particularly the poor, is collateral damage for the goal of “stabilizing” climate.

Perhaps the Green Party will be the Party of the Green New Deal in the 2020 election. “We Stand in Support for the Green New Deal,” their website states:

The Green New Deal is a four part program for moving America quickly out of crisis into a secure, sustainable future. Inspired by the New Deal programs that helped us out of the Great Depression of the 1930s, the Green New Deal will provide similar relief and create an economy that makes our communities sustainable, healthy and just.”

Come to think of it, Jill Stein of the Green Party was all over the Green New Deal in the last presidential election. “The Green New Deal will convert the decaying fossil fuel economy into a new, green economy that is environmentally sustainable, economically secure and socially just,” Stein wrote in the run-up to the 2016 election. ” The Green New Deal will guarantee full employment and generate up to 20 million new, living-wage jobs, as well as make the government the employer of last resort with a much-needed major public jobs program.”

An Instant, Infamous Letter

Here is the letter of January 10th, followed by the 626 signatories (but not NRDC, Sierra Club, Environmental Defense Fund, and others):

Dear Representative:

On behalf of our millions of members and supporters, we are writing today to urge you to consider the following principles as the 116th Congress debates climate change legislation and momentum around the country builds for a Green New Deal. As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently warned, if we are to keep global warming below 1.5°C, we must act aggressively and quickly. At a minimum, reaching that target requires visionary and affirmative legislative action in the following areas:

Halt all fossil fuel leasing, phase out all fossil fuel extraction, and end fossil fuel and other dirty energy subsidies.

The science is clear that fossil fuels must be kept in the ground. Pursuing new fossil fuel projects at this moment in history is folly. Most immediately, the federal government must stop selling off or leasing publicly owned lands, water, and mineral rights for development to fossil fuel producers. The government must also stop approving fossil fuel power plants and infrastructure projects. We must reverse recent legislation that ended the 40-year ban on the export of crude oil, end the export of all other fossil fuels, and overhaul relevant statutes that govern fossil fuel extraction in order to pursue a managed decline of fossil fuel production. Further, the federal government must immediately end the massive, irrational subsidies and other financial support that fossil fuel, and other dirty energy companies (such as nuclear, waste incineration and biomass energy) continue to receive both domestically and overseas.

Transition power generation to 100% renewable energy.

As the United States shifts away from fossil fuels, we must simultaneously ramp up energy efficiency and transition to clean, renewable energy to power the nation’s economy where, in addition to excluding fossil fuels, any definition of renewable energy must also exclude all combustion-based power generation, nuclear, biomass energy, large scale hydro and waste-to-energy technologies. To achieve this, the United States must shift to 100 percent renewable power generation by 2035 or earlier. This shift will necessitate upgrading our electricity grid to be smart, efficient, and decentralized, with the ability to incorporate battery storage and distributed energy systems that are democratically governed. In addition, Congress must bring the outdated regulation of electricity into the twenty-first century, encouraging public and community ownership over power infrastructure and electricity choice, as well as permitting distributed energy sources, including rooftop and community solar programs to supply the grid.

Expand public transportation and phase out fossil fuel vehicles.

As the transition away from fossil fuels occurs, our transportation system must also undergo 100 percent decarbonization. To accomplish a fossil-fuel-free reality, Congress must require and fund greater investment in renewable-energy-powered public transportation that serves the people who need it most. The United States must also phase out the sale of automobiles and trucks with internal fossil fuel combustion engines as quickly as possible and phase out all existing fossil fuel mobile sources by 2040 or earlier. Federal credits for electric vehicles must be expanded.

Harness the full power of the Clean Air Act.

The Clean Air Act provides powerful tools that have proven successful in protecting the air we breathe and reducing greenhouse pollution. It can also serve as an important backstop to ensure climate targets are met. Congress should harness the full power of the statute by setting strict deadlines and providing adequate funding for EPA to carry out all its duties under all applicable sections of the Act, including implementing greenhouse pollution reduction requirements for cars, trucks, aircraft, ships, smokestacks and other sources, as well as a science-based national pollution cap. The Act has successfully reduced many air pollutants and can do the same for greenhouse pollution.

Uphold Indigenous Rights

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) must be upheld and implemented, along with treaties, instruments and decisions of international law that recognize that Indigenous Peoples have the right to give or withhold “free, prior and informed consent” to legislation and development of their lands, territories and/or natural resources, cultural properties and heritage, and other interests, and to receive remedies of losses and damages of property taken without consent.

Further, we will vigorously oppose any legislation that: (1) rolls back existing environmental, health, and other protections, (2) protects fossil fuel and other dirty energy polluters from liability, or (3) promotes corporate schemes that place profits over community burdens and benefits, including market-based mechanisms and technology options such as carbon and emissions trading and offsets, carbon capture and storage, nuclear power, waste-to-energy and biomass energy. Fossil fuel companies should pay their fair share for damages caused by climate change, rather than shifting those costs to taxpayers.

We look forward to working with you to address the gravest environmental crisis humanity has ever faced, to protect all present and future generations around the world, while centering the rights of those communities and workers most impacted.

Sincerely,

1. A Community Voice – Louisiana
2. ACHE Act
3. Acoustic Ecology Institute
4. ActionAid USA
5. Advocates for Springfield NY
6. Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise
7. Alabama Interfaith Power and Light/The People’s Justice Council
8. Allamakee County Protectors – Education Campaign
9. Alliance for a Green Economy
10.Alliance for Climate Education
11.Alliance for Energy Democracy
12.Alliance for the Wild Rockies
13.Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments
14.Already Devalued and Devastated Homeowners of Parsippany
15.Amazon Watch
16.Animals Are Sentient Beings, Inc.
17.Anthropocene Alliance
18.Arise for Social Justice
19.Arvadans for Progressive Action
20.Asamblea de Gonzales
21.Ashford Clean Energy Task Force
22.Athens County (OH) Fracking Action Network
23.Athens for Everyone
24.Aytzim: Ecological Judaism
25.Back Country Excursions
26.Backbone Campaign
27.Balance & Accuracy in Journalism
28.Bay Area-System Change not Climate Change (BA-SCnCC)
29.Be the Change
30.Beloved Earth Community, The Riverside Church
31.Benedictine Sisters Erie PA
32.Bergen SWAN (Save The Watershed Action Network)
33.Berks Gas Truth
34.Berkshire chapter NAACP
35.Berkshire Environmental Action Team
36.Better Path Coalition
37.Beyond Extreme Energy
38.Big Reuse
39.Biofuelwatch
40.Black Swamp Creek Land Trust Inc.
41.Blue Frontier Campaign
42.Bold Alliance
43.Bold Iowa
44.Boston Clean Energy Coalition
45.Boston Climate Action Network
46.Bridgerland Audubon Society
47.Bronx Climate Justice North
48.Brooklyn Bridge CSA
49.Buckeye Environmental Network
50.Bucks Environmental Action
51.CA for Progress
52.CA Prison Moratorium Project
53.Cache Valley Citizens Climate Lobby
54.California Young Democrats Environmental Caucus
55.Californians Against Fracking & Dangerous Drilling
56.Californians for Western Wilderness
57.Call to Action – Colorado
58.Campaign for America’s Future
59.Campaign for Renewable Energy
60.Cape Downwinders
61.Care About Climate
62.Cascadia Wildlands
63.CatholicNetwork.US
64.Catskill Mountainkeeper
65.Center for a Sustainable Coast
66.Center for Biological Diversity
67.Center for Emergent Diplomacy
68.Center for International Environmental Law
69.Center for Popular Democracy
70.Center for Story-based Strategy
71.Center for Sustainable Economy
72.Central California Asthma Collaborative (CCAC)
73.Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War
74.Central Jersey Environmental Defenders
75.Central Jersey Progressive Democrats
76.CEO Pipe Organs/Golden Ponds Farm
77.CERBAT
78.Chatham Research Group
79.Christians For The Mountains
80.Church Women United in New York State
81.Ciel Power LLC
82.Citizen’s Committee for Flood Relief
83.Citizens Acting for Rail Safety (CARS) — Winona, MN
84.Citizens Coalition for a Safe Community
85.Citizens For Responsible Oil & Gas – CFROG
86.Citizens for the Preservation of Middletown Valley
87.Citizens For Water
88.Citizens Regeneration Lobby
89.Citizens United for Renewable Energy (CURE)
90.Citizens’ Environmental Coalition
91.Clean Coast
92.Clean Energy Action
93.Climate Action Alliance of the Valley
94.Climate Action Group of the Unitarian Society of Northampton and Florence
95.Climate Action Mondays
96.Climate Action Now MA
97.Climate Action Team of Congregation Havurah Shalom
98.Climate Defense Project
99.Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy
100. Climate Hawks Vote
101. Climate Justice Alliance
102. Climate Justice Committee of CNY Solidarity Coalition
103. Climate Justice League
104. Climate March
105. ClimateMama
106. Coalition Against Nukes
107. Coalition Against the Pilgrim Pipeline NJ
108. Coalition Against the Rockaway Pipeline
109. CODEPINK
110. Collaborative Center for Justice
111. Columbus Community Bill of Rights
112. Comité Civico del Valle
113. Common Sense Design
114. Communities for a Better Environment
115. Community Advocates for Sustainable Energy
116. Community Alliance for Global Justice
117. Community Ecology Institute
118. Community Free Democrats
119. Compressor Free Franklin
120. Concerned Health Professionals of New York
121. Concerned Residents of Oxford
122. Conservation Congress
123. Cook Inletkeeper
124. Corporate Accountability
125. Corporate Ethics International
126. Corvallis Interfaith Climate Justice Committee
127. Courage Campaign
128. Crawford Stewardship Project
129. Creation Care Network, Episcopal Diocese of Mass.
130. CREDO
131. CT Coalition for Environmental Justice
132. CWA Local 1081
133. Damascus Citizens for Sustainability
134. DC Statehood Green Party
135. Delaware Riverkeeper Network
136. Dēmos
137. Dietrick Institute for Applied Insect Ecology
138. Divest LA
139. Dogwood Alliance
140. Don’t Gas the Meadowlands Coalition
141. Don’t Gas the Pinelands Coalition
142. Don’t Waste Arizona
143. Down to Earth Storytelling Project
144. Dryden Resource Awareness Coalition
145. Earth and Sky School
146. Earth Care
147. Earth Day Network
148. Earth Ethics, Inc.
149. Earth Ministry/Washington Interfaith Power & Light
150. Earthworks
151. Echotopia LLC
152. Eco-Eating
153. Eco-Poetry.org
154. EcoEquity
155. Efficiency For All CT
156. Elders Action Network
157. Elders Climate Action
158. Elmirans & Friends Against Fracking
159. Embrace Impatience Associates
160. Emerald Coastkeeper, Inc
161. Endangered Habitats League
162. Endangered Species Coalition
163. Enviro-Build
164. Environmental Advocates
165. Environmental Health Trust, http://ehtrust.org
166. Environmental Justice Committee of the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, NJ
167. Environmental Justice Task Force of the WNY Peace Center
168. Environmental Protection Information Center
169. Environmentalists Against War
170. Eugene Interfaith Earthkeepers
171. Evergreen Islands
172. Extinction Rebellion
173. FACTS- Families Advocating for Chemical and Toxics Safety
174. Family Farm Defenders
175. Farmworker Association of Florida
176. Fearless Fund
177. First Churches, Northampton, MA
178. Flood Forum, USA
179. Flood Victims of Richwood
180. Food & Water Watch
181. Foodshed Alliance
182. For Love of Water (FLOW)
183. For The Generations
184. Fossil Free Tompkins
185. Four Freedoms Forum
186. Frac Sand Sentinel
187. Frack Free Boulder
188. Frack Free Four Corners
189. Frack Free Frostburg (Maryland)
190. Frack Free Ohio
191. Franciscan Action Network
192. Franciscan Response to Fossil Fuels
193. FreshWater Accountability Project Ohio
194. Fresnans against Fracking
195. Friends of Merrymeeting Bay
196. Friends of the Bitterroot
197. Friends of the Earth US
198. Friends of the Pogonip
199. Fund for Wild Nature
200. GAIA
201. Gas Free Seneca
202. Gasp
203. Genesis Farm
204. Georgia WAND Education Fund
205. Geos Institute
206. GlinesProperties.com
207. Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives
208. Gloucester County Food and Water Watch
209. Good Jobs Nation
210. Good work institute
211. Grassroots Institute
212. Gray Panthers of Berkeley-East Bay
213. Great Egg Harbor Watershed Association
214. Great Old Broads for Wilderness
215. Greater Hells Canyon Council
216. Greater New York Labor Religion Coalition
217. Green America
218. Green Education and Legal Fund
219. Green For All
220. Green Map System
221. Green Newton
222. Green Party of California
223. Green Party of Nassau County
224. Green Retirement, Inc.
225. Green Sanctuary Committee, Community Church of NY, UU
226. Green Team at Evergreen UU Fellowship
227. Green-Buildings.com
228. Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice
229. Greenbelt Climate Action Network
230. GreenFaith Bergen Circle
231. GreenLatinos
232. Greenpeace USA
233. GRID Alternatives
234. Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy
235. Hackensack Riverkeeper
236. Hands Across the Sand/Land
237. Harford County Climate Action
238. Harlem Climate Caucus
239. Harris Management Services, LLC
240. Hawaii Institute For Human Rights
241. HealthyPlanet
242. Heirs To Our Oceans
243. Hesperian Health Guides
244. Hip Hop Caucus
245. Hold Our Ground
246. Hollywood NOW
247. Honeydew Advisors
248. Hope Glen Farm
249. Howard County Climate Action
250. Howling For Wolves
251. Hudson Valley Energy
252. Hunger Action Los Angeles
253. Idaho Rivers United
254. Idaho Sporting Congress, Inc.
255. Idle No More SF Bay
256. iEat Green, LLC
257. Indigenous Environmental Network
258. Indivisible
259. Indivisible CA-43
260. Indivisible Cranbury
261. Indivisible Lambertville/New Hope
262. Indivisible Pittsfield
263. Information Network for Responsible Mining
264. Inland Ocean Coalition
265. inNative
266. Inspiration of Sedona
267. Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
268. Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development
269. Institute for Policy Studies
270. International Marine Mammal Project of Earth Island Institute
271. Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement
272. Iroquois Studies Association
273. Irvington Activists
274. Jackpine Savage Guide Service
275. Jesus People Against Pollution
276. Jewish Climate Action Network
277. John Muir Project of a Earth Island Institute
278. Jubilana
279. Keep Cornwall Safe
280. Kentucky Environmental Foundation
281. Kentucky Heartwood
282. Kentucky Interfaith Power & Light
283. Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition
284. Kitsap Environmental Coalition
285. Klamath Forest Alliance
286. La Union Hace La Fuerza
287. Labor Network for Sustainability
288. Labour, Health and Human Rights Development Centre
289. Lafayette Parish Flood Forum
290. League of Women Voters of the United States
291. Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network (LiKEN)
292. Long Beach 350
293. Long Island Progressive Coalition
294. Longmeadow(MA) Environmental Transition Group
295. Los Alamos Study Group
296. Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World
297. Manifold Artworks LLC
298. Marcellus Outreach Butler
299. Maryland Environmental Health Network
300. Mattawoman Watershed Society
301. Mazaska Talks
302. Metro NY Catholic Climate Movement
303. Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation
304. Mid-Missouri Peaceworks
305. Milwaukee Riverkeeper
306. Mission Blue/Sylvia Earle Alliance
307. MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles
308. Mormon Environmental Stewardship Alliance (MESA)
309. Mothers Out Front
310. Nassau Hiking &amp Outdoor Club
311. National Council of Gray Panthers Networks
312. National Family Farm Coalition
313. Nature Coast Conservation, Inc.
314. NC WARN
315. Neighbor to Neighbor MASS Ed Fund
316. New Energy Economy
317. New Hampshire Audubon
318. New jersey Tenants Organization
319. New Paltz Climate Action Coalition
320. New York Climate Action Group
321. New York Communities for Change (NYCC)
322. New York Heartwoods
323. New York Progressive Action Network
324. New York’s Second District Democrats
325. Newark Science and Sustainability Inc.
326. NJ Skylands Sunrise Hub
327. NJ State Industrial Union Council
328. No Canton Gas Pipeline: Toward an Equitable Sustainable Future
329. No Fracked Gas Cayuga
330. No Fracked Gas in Mass
331. No Sharon Gas Pipeline | Clean Energy Now
332. No Walpole Gas Pipeline
333. North American Climate, Conservation and Environment(NACCE)
334. North Quabbin Energy
335. Northern Jaguar Project
336. Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council (NMEAC)
337. Northern NJ Chapter, National Organization for Women
338. Northjersey Pipeline Walkers
339. Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance
340. Northwest Conservation District
341. Nuclear Energy Information Service (NEIS)
342. Nuclear Information and Resource Service
343. NW Bronx Indivisible
344. NY Buddhist Climate Action Network
345. NYC DSA Ecosocialist
346. NYC Friends of Clearwater
347. NYC Grassroots Alliance
348. NYC H2O
349. NYH2o
350. NYPIRG
351. Oakland Park Democratic Club
352. Ocean Conservation Research
353. Oil Change USA
354. Olympic Climate Action
355. On Behalf of Planet Earth
356. Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility
357. Organic Consumers Association
358. Our Revolution New Mexico
359. Our Revolution Southern Oregon
360. Our Santa Fe River, Inc.
361. OVEC-Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition
362. Pan to Save the Planet.org
363. Partnership for Global Justice
364. Partnership for Policy Integrity
365. Pasco Activists Inc
366. Patriots From The Oil &amp Gas Shales
367. PAUSE &#8211 People of Albany United for Safe Energy
368. Pax Christi Florida
369. Peace Action New York State
370. Pelican Media
371. People Demanding Action
372. People Over Pipelines
373. People&#8217s Action
374. People&#8217s Health Movement &#8211 USA
375. Peoples Climate Movement &#8211 NY
376. Physicians for Social Responsibility
377. Physicians for Social Responsibility Arizona Chapter
378. Physicians for Social Responsibility Colorado Working Group
379. Physicians for Social Responsibility Iowa Chapter
380. Physicians for Social Responsibility Maine Chapter
381. Physicians for Social Responsibility New York
382. Physicians for Social Responsibility Philadelphia
383. Pinelands Preservation Alliance
384. Piscataway Progressive Democratic Organization
385. Planting Justice
386. Plymouth Friends for Clean Water
387. Popular Resistance
388. Portland Gray Panthers
389. Potomac Riverkeeper Network
390. Power Shift Network
391. Presention Sisters-Aberdeen SD Justice Commission
392. Preserve Monroe
393. Preserve Wild Santee
394. Prince George&#8217s County Peace &amp Justice Coalition
395. Progressive Action of Lower Manhattan
396. Progressive Democrats of America
397. Progressive Democrats of America Milwaukee
398. Project Coyote
399. Promoting Health and Sustainable Energy (PHASE)
400. PSR Iowa Chapter
401. Public Bank LA
402. Public Citizen
403. Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science
404. Quaker Earthcare Witness
405. Rachel Carson Council
406. Rachel&#8217s Network
407. Raging Grannies Eugene
408. Rainforest Action Network
409. RE Sources for Sustainable Communities
410. Reach Out America
411. Real Provision
412. Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association
413. Renewable Energy Long Island (reLI)
414. Resist the Pipeline
415. RESTORE: The North Woods
416. ReThink Energy Florida
417. Revolution LA
418. Richmond Interfaith Climate Justice League
419. River Guardian Foundation
420. Riverkeeper
421. ROAR (Religious Organizations Along the River)
422. Rochester People&#8217s Climate Coalition
423. Rockland United: A Community for Social Justice
424. Rogue Riverkeeper
425. RootsAction.org
426. Rootskeeper
427. Roseland Against Compressor Station (RACS)
428. Rutland Area Climate Coalition
429. Sacramento Climate Coalition
430. Safe Energy Rights Group, Inc.
431. Safe Food Matters Inc.
432. SafeEnergyAnalyst.org
433. San Diego 350
434. San Francisco Baykeeper
435. San Juan Citizens Alliance
436. Sane Energy Project
437. Santa Barbara Standing Rock Coalition
438. Santa Cruz Climate Action Network
439. Save James Island
440. Save Nevada&#8217s Water: Ban Fracking In Nevada
441. Save Our Shores
442. Save Our Sky Blue Waters
443. Save The Hills Alliance, Inc.
444. Save the Manatee
445. Save Wolves Now Network
446. Schmid &amp Company, Inc.
447. Seeding Sovereignty
448. Seneca Lake Guardian, a Waterkeeper Alliance Affiliate
449. Sequoia ForestKeeper
450. Seven Circles Foundation
451. ShaleshockCNY
452. Sharon Springs Against Hydrofracking
453. Sharon, CT Energy and Environment Commission
454. Shawnee Forest Sentinels
455. Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Society
456. Show Up LI
457. Signal Fire
458. Sisters of Charity of New York
459. Sisters of Mercy of the Americas’ Institute Justice Team
460. Sisters of St. Dominic of Blauvelt, New York
461. Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia
462. Slow Food North Shore
463. Slow Food USA
464. Small Ville Farms
465. SoCal 350 Climate Action
466. Social Justice Commission (Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts)
467. Solar Solution
468. Solar Wind Works
469. Solarize Albany County
470. SolidarityINFOService
471. Solutionary Rail
472. South Asian Fund For Education, Scholarship and Training (SAFEST)
473. South Atlantic Fishermen&#8217s Association
474. South Coast Neighbors United
475. South Florida Wildlands Association
476. Southern Illinoisans Against Fracturing Our Environment
477. Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
478. Southwest Native Cultures
479. Spottswoode Winery, Inc.
480. Springfield (Massachusetts) Area Interfaith Climate Action Network
481. St. Stephen&#8217s United Methodist Church
482. Stand.earth
483. STAR
484. Stephanie Low Artists Inc.
485. Stone Quarry House
486. Stop Fracking Long Beach
487. Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline
488. Sugar Shack Alliance
489. Sullivan Area Citizens for Responsible Energy Development (SACRED)
490. Summit Marches On
491. Sunflower Alliance
492. Sunnyside Village Cohousing
493. Sunrise Movement
494. Surfrider Foundation
495. Surfrider Foundation NYC
496. Sustainable Economies Law Center
497. Sustainable Energy &amp Economy Network
498. Sustainable Marin
499. Sustainable Sudbury
500. Sustainable Tompkins
501. Sustainable Upton
502. Sustaining Way
503. SustainUS
504. Symmetric Energy
505. Syracuse Cultural Workers
506. Syracuse Peace Council
507. Take Action Connecticut
508. TALK Environment Committee, Glastonbury
509. Texas Campaign for the Environment
510. Texas Drought Project
511. Texas Physicians for Social Responsibility
512. The Canary Coalition
513. The Climate Mobilization Hoboken Chapter
514. The Climate Mobilization Santa Barbara Chapter
515. The Ecology Party of Florida
516. The Global Cooling Project
517. The Greater Prince William Climate Action Network
518. The Lands Council
519. The Leap
520. The Mothers Project, Inc
521. The Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York (NOFA-NY)
522. The Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore
523. The River Project
524. The Shalom Center
525. The Wei LLC
526. The Whale Guite Project
527. The Whaleman Foundation
528. Three Parks Independent Democrats
529. Tikkun &amp the Network of Spiritual Progressives
530. Time Laboratory
531. Tinker Tree Play/Care
532. Toronto Non-GMO Coalition
533. Toxics Action Center
534. Toxics Information Project (TIP)
535. Transition Express, Inc
536. Transition Sebastopol Energy Group
537. Transition US
538. Traprock Center for Peace and Justice
539. Trevor Day School Environmental Club
540. Tri-County Sustainability Alliance
541. Turner Endangered Species Fund
542. Turtle Island Restoration Network
543. Two Mooks and a Mic
544. Unitarian Universalist FaithAction New Jersey
545. Unitarian Universalist Mass Action
546. Unitarian Universalist Ministry For Earth
547. Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN)
548. Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
549. United Church of Christ Environmental Justice Ministry
550. United for Action
551. Universal Income Project
552. Up Homes
553. Up Top Acres
554. Uplift
555. Upper West Side Recycling
556. Urban Climate Nexus
557. Urban Tilth
558. US Labor Against the War
559. Utah Moms for Clean Air
560. Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment
561. UU Congregation of Binghamton, Green Sanctuary
562. Valley Watch, Inc
563. Vashon Climate Action Group
564. Vote-Climate
565. Voters of Watchunghills
566. Wall of Women Colorado
567. Wasatch Clean Air Coalition
568. Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility
569. WATCH
570. Water Protectors of Milwaukee
571. Waterkeeper Alliance
572. WATERSPIRIT
573. WE ACT
574. We of Action New York (WofA-NY)
575. Weather Medic Inc
576. Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club
577. WESPAC Foundation, Inc
578. West 80s Neighborhood Association
579. West Atlanta Watershed Alliance
580. West Berkeley Alliance for Clean Air and Safe Jobs
581. West Roxbury Saves Energy
582. Western NY Drilling Defense
583. Western Watersheds Project
584. White Rabbit Grove RDNA
585. Wild Nature Institute
586. WildEarth Guardians
587. WildWest Institute
588. Williamsburg Climate Action Network
589. Winyah Rivers Foundation, Inc.
590. Wisconsin Network for Peace, Justice &amp Sustainability
591. Women&#8217s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)
592. Women&#8217s International League of Peace and Freedom US Section
593. Xun Biosphere Project
594. Zero Waste USA
595. 198 methods
596. 2017 New Jersey Coalition for Climate Justice
597. 2degreesatgreenneighbors.earth
598. 350 Bay Area
599. 350 Brooklyn
600. 350 Cape Cod
601. 350 Chicago
602. 350 Colorado
603. 350 Connecticut
604. 350 Eastside (Seattle)
605. 350 Eugene
606. 350 Everett
607. 350 Fairfax
608. 350 Greenbelt/Greenbelt Climate Action Network
609. 350 Kishwaukee (IL)
610. 350 Loudoun
611. 350 Mass for a Better Future
612. 350 Mass Metro North
613. 350 Milwaukee
614. 350 Montgomery County, MD
615. 350 Petaluma
616. 350 Plattsburgh
617. 350 Sacramento
618. 350 Seattle
619. 350 Silicon Valley
620. 350 Tacoma
621. 350 Triangle
622. 350 Ventura County Climate Hub
623. 350 Wichita (Kansas)
624. 350.org
625. 350NYC
626. 350PDX

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