Funder Briefing Jan 17: Organizing New Economies on the Ground

Join us for the Funder Briefings for Just Transition, a four-part series organized by Climate Justice Alliance, to learn how Just Transition principles, strategies, and practices of frontline communities provide systemic solutions for the planet.

The third funder briefing is sponsored by Chorus FoundationSurdna FoundationEnergy FoundationThe Libra FoundationFund for Democratic CommunitiesCommon Counsel FoundationThe Overbrook FoundationBay Area Justice Funders NetworkBuilding Equity & Alignment for Impact Initiative, and EDGE Funders Alliance.  

Organizing New Economies On The Ground

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2018

12:30-2:00 pm PT / 3:30-5:00 pm ET

Register here to join remotely via Zoom. In-person seating is also available at the Energy Foundation office in San Francisco.

RSVP for in-person attendance is required as seating is limited. Email holly@climatejusticealliance.org

Communities of color and working-class people are the first and most impacted by climate disasters — droughts, storms, and wildfires — as well as the poverty and pollution burdens of the dig, burn, dump economy causing these events. Organizers in these communities, with lived knowledge of these impacts, are applying their power, wisdom, and vision to tackle the climate crisis with Just Transition strategies to build resilient, regenerative, and equitable economies to meet the needs of our common future.

Upcoming Funder Briefings for Just TransitionMarch 2018Cultivating Capacity for Climate Disasters:A Long-Term Assessment Contact Holly Baker to RSVP or for more information at(321) 474-8413 or holly@climatejusticealliance.org
 This funder briefing series is being organized in collaboration withthe National Just Transition Forum, organized byBuilding Equity & Alignment for Impact.