This guide will help you get started running a fossil free divestment campaign on your campus or challenging the industry on the ground in your community.
This guide contains everything you need to know about bringing responsible investments to your college or university. It will help you answer questions around responsible investments, endowments, shareholder advocacy, how to get started working on these things, and more.
This guide will support you to think through reinvestment options for your divestment campaign.
Your university’s endowment can fund the future. Here’s how!
This guide will support you to move your campus beyond coal by advocating for energy efficiency and clean energy options.
This guide will orient you to running a campaign to move your campus or community to an oil-free future!
This toolkit will support you to create a Green Fund for your campus, and includes explanation on what a Green Fund is, as well as how to run an effective campaign.
This guide provides a broad overview of the green revolving fund model, practical guidance on how to set up a fund, and examples and best practices gleaned from on-the-ground experience of managing a green revolving fund.
A comprehensive guide to organizing, maintaing a group, and running a campaign.
A simple guide to hosting a successful event.
A guide to support students and campus groups to organize in solidarity with community groups and frontline communities.
10 principles of Environmental Justice written by the Environmental Justice Leadership Forum on Climate Change.
“Principles of Working Together, ” Adopted at the Second People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit Washington, D.C., October 26, 2002
Delegates to the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit held on October 24-27, 1991, in Washington DC, drafted and adopted these 17 principles of Environmental Justice. Since then, the Principles have served as a defining document for the growing grassroots movement for environmental justice.