How You Respond
Working together, we can reduce the risks current and future generations face and make our communities healthier, safer and more equitable places to live.
A recent push by city and religious leaders, along with new technical and scientific funding support from foundations, is bringing sustainability and environmental justice programs and policies that are moving St. Louis in a new direction.Learn More
2°C Mississippi, a Jackson-based climate change organization, is collaborating with city leaders, community members and other partners to pinpoint high-priority areas for new cooling centers and other heat mitigation and response measures.Learn More
The LowCountry Alliance for Model Communities builds healthy families by addressing four cornerstone issues — economic development, affordable housing, education and environmental justice — for seven underserved communities in the North Charleston area.Learn More