Here are some ways that you can get more involved in the struggle for Energy Justice.
Subscribe to EJ Now
Our monthly email newsletter that covers all aspects of the struggle for energy and environmental justice Subscribe
Join an Email List
We have several email lists for community activists - including biomass, coal, natural gas, and nuclear. If you want to join you can email us. Please give your name, your group (if applicable) and what issue(s) you are interested in.
You can blog on this website about climate change, energy justice, and what is happening in your community. Email Aaron: firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us what you want to write about and we'll give you an account.
How To Blog on our site
Writing and Research
You can help us keep our website and info sheets current. We are looking for people who want to compile research, write new materials, and update existing ones.
Join the Map
It is our networking tool for tracking proposed and existing facilities - and helping activists fight them.
Contact us if you want to intern.
We can use your financial support to fight for energy justice.
Become a Member
Sign the pledge and join our network!
Sign the Biomass Platform
We are looking for groups (and people?) who want to sign on to our comprehensive anti-biomass platform.
Join the Anti-Biomass Incineration Steering Committee
If you want to help build our national anti-biomass network, we have leadership positions available on the steering committee.
Apply to Join the Energy Justice Board
We are recruiting new board members. Email us if interested.
We are looking for help with
-redesigning the main Drupal website - it needs a major overhaul.
-working on Frack University website
-working on the Map website (designing facility icons, other icons, buttons, etc).
-work on JusticeMap.org
Make a Map of Your Local Community
Use JusticeMap.org to make a map of your community that includes income or race -- to help people visualize environmental injustice.
Track facility proposals in your state or region. Alert the network to new proposals so we can stop them.
State Organizer / Coordinator
Help organize grassroots groups in your state. Be a contact person.