Environmental Groups in California

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North County Climate Change Alliance
North San Diego County
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Audubon California
415-644-4600
Audubon California has a network of 49 local chapters throughout the State of California where Audubon members and their families can enjoy and protect local birds and nature.

Sustainable Conservation
415-977-0380
Mission: Sustainable Conservation helps California thrive by uniting people to solve the toughest challenges facing our land, air, and water.

Environmental Groups in Southern California

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Sierra Club – Crescenta Valley Group
Agoura
213-387-4287

Climate Reality Campus Corps: Soka University of America Chapter
Aliso Viejo
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

About And For Sustainability
Anza
949-330-0788
Mission: Inspire, empower and support sustainability at the individual, community, government and business level through media, hands-on education, permaculture design and ecosystems transformations.

Sierra Club – Big Bear Group
Big Bear Lake
442-242-4103
Mission: 1. Explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth.
2. Practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources.
3. Educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment.
4. Use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

Sierra Club – San Bernardino Mountains Group
Blue Jay
909-337-0313
Mission: Explore, Enjoy, and Protect the Natural and Human Environment of the San Bernardino Mountains

Sierra Club – Rio Hondo Group
Brea
Mission: The purposes of the Sierra Club are to explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

The Climate Reality Project: East Valley CA Chapter
Burbank
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Pomona Valley Audubon Society
Claremont
909-625-5510
Mission: To promote the protection, appreciation and enjoyment of birds and other wildlife through recreation, education and conservation.

Orange County Coastkeeper
Costa Mesa
714-850-1965
Mission: Our mission is to protect the region’s water resources so they are swimmable, drinkable and fishable for present and future generations.

The Climate Reality Project: San Diego North County, CA Chapter
Encinitas
760-746-8315
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Palomar Audubon Society
Escondido
Mission: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity

Izaak Walton League of America – Fullerton Chapter
Fullerton
714-680-4258
Mission: To conserve, maintain, protect and restore the soil, forest, water and other natural resources of the United States and other lands; to promote means and opportunities for the education of the public with respect to such resources and their enjoyment and wholesome utilization.

Climate Reality Campus Corps: University of California, Santa Barbara Chapter
Goleta
Mission: The Climate Reality Project Campus Corps at UCSB’s mission is to move campuses (UCSB campus) to 100% renewable energy, while educating and engaging students nationwide in supporting and achieving bold national climate policies.

Sea & Sage Audubon Society
Irvine
949-261-7963
Mission: We advocate for protection of birds and their habitats. We offer bird walks, field trips, programs, birding classes, and social events like the annual Pancake Breakfast, Summer Barbecue and Annual Dinner. We engage children and adults in a wide assortment of educational activities. We provide data on the status of local bird species through Christmas Bird Counts, Orange County Spring Count, Monthly Bird Censuses, the Great Backyard Bird Count, and other Citizen Science projects. And, we have fun!

Sierra Club – Verdugo Hills Group
La Crescenta
818-482-6146
Mission: To explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth

Sierra Club – Angeles Chapter & Sierra Sage Group
Lake Forest
213-387-4287
Mission: We have a commitment to protect the natural environment of our world and take a special interest in the natural environs which still exist in and around Orange County. We fulfill this commitment in a number of ways that include political activism, public awareness campaigns,and direct environmental action. Additionally we promote the environment by providing fun, interesting, and informative outings that encourage an appreciation of nature. One of the best ways to encourage people to take a stand in defense of nature is to expose them to its beauty and the many ways in which our lives are dependent on it.

La Purisima Audubon Society
Lompoc
805-733-5501
Mission: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefits of humanity and earth’s biological diversity focusing the SOCIETY’S collective efforts on the Lompoc, Santa Maria, and Santa Ynez Valleys.

El Dorado Audubon Society
Long Beach
562-252-5825
The mission of the El Dorado Audubon Society is the conservation of native birds and their habitats. The society provides leadership in conservation and educates its members and the community, so that they may appreciate birds and participate in the society’s conservation efforts.

Sierra Club – Long Beach Area Group
Long Beach
Mission: The Long Beach Area Group has represented the Sierra Club to Long Beach and surrounding communities since 1941. We promote the Sierra Club’s core mission to Explore, Enjoy, and Protect the Earth’s Wild Places.

Sierra Club – Angeles Chapter
Los Angeles
213-387-4287
Mission: To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth, to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources, to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment, and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

Sierra Club – Central Group Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Mission: To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth;
To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources;
To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment;
And To use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

The Climate Reality Project: Los Angeles Area, CA Chapter
Los Angeles
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Sierra Club – West Los Angeles Group
Los Angeles
310-237-3447
Mission: Explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; Practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; Educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; Use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

Los Angeles Audubon Society
Los Angeles
323-876-0202
Mission: to promote the enjoyment and protection of birds and other wildlife in the Los Angeles area through outdoor education programs, bird friendly activities, and hands-on conservation initiatives.

Sierra Club – Airport Marina Group
Marina Del Rey
310-721-3512
Mission: The Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club welcomes your participation in its century of involvement in the enjoyment and protection of our planet’s environment.

Sierra Club – Santa Margarita Group
Menifee
951-760-1131
Mission: To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; to educate, protect, restore the quality of the natural environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out those objectives.

Sierra Club – Moreno Valley Group
Moreno Valley
951-684-6203
Mission: 1. Protecting the San Jacinto Wildlife Area
2. Local land use, transportation issues
3. Preservation of city trails, open spaces, hilltops/skylines
4. Health effects of irresponsible development
5. Logistics centers, warehouses, distribution centers proposed for Moreno Valley”

Morro Coast Audubon Society
Morro Bay
805-772-1991
Mission: To promote the appreciation, conservation, and restoration of ecosystems, focusing on the biological diversity of birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, particularly in San Luis Obispo County, California.

North County Climate Change Alliance
North San Diego County
Mission: To inspire, unite and educate individuals, empowering them to seek out and act on solutions to climate change.
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Buena Vista Audubon Society
Oceanside
760-439-2473
Mission: Conservation through Education, Advocacy, Land Management, and Monitoring

Eco Active 101
Oceanside
Mission: We’re here to join hands with you and your family and friends to save our planet! 

Climate First: Replacing Oil and Gas
Ojai
805-794-0282
Mission:  CFROG fights for the health of people and the planet during the transition from fossil fuels to clean energy, and for a green economy and jobs in Ventura County.

About and For Sustainability
Orange County
Mission: Education & services for a regenerative & sustainable future

Santa Monica Bay Audubon Society
Pacific Palisades
424-832-3504
Mission: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and wildlife for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity. As part of this, our chapter’s particular mission is to be a center for wildlife education, habitat protection, and conservation issues that involve birds.

California Association of Environmental Professionals
Palm Desert
760-340-4499
Mission: Promoting and enhancing the quality of environmental impact assessment;
Promoting academic exchange and professional training;
Exchanging the latest information on impact assessment.

Coachella Valley Waterkeeper
Palm Desert
760-890-1108 ext. 1014
Mission: The mission of Coachella Valley Waterkeeper is to protect and enhance the water quality of Coachella Valley watersheds, ensuring that our desert communities have access to clean and sustainable water resources.

Sierra Club – Tahquitz Group
Palm Springs
951-684-6203
Mission: Issues We Are Working On:
Large-scale, sprawl-inducing development;
Loss of critical habitat;
Protection of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument.

The Climate Reality Project: Riverside County, CA Chapter
Palm Springs
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Palos Verdes/South Bay Audubon
Palos Verdes
310-833-3095
Mission: we seek and implement ways to preserve indigenous flora and fauna, especially that of our local area, and provide educational services to the region’s communities with respect to birds, wildlife, ecology and conservation.

Pasadena Audubon Society
Pasadena
626-355-9412
Mission: To bring the excitement of birds to our community through birding, education and the conservation of bird habitats.

Sierra Club – Pasadena Group
Pasadena
626-793-4727
Mission: Explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth. Our evening programs, held on the first Wednesday of the month (February, March, April, May, September, October and November), feature presentations on current issues affecting our community.

Sierra Club – Palos Verdes-South Bay Group
Rancho Palos Verdes
213-387-4287
Mission: To explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth
To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystem and resources
To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment
To use all lawful means to carry out these objectives

Sierra Club – San Fernando Valley Group
Reseda
818-348-8884
Mission: Our mission is to: Explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth. Practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources. Educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment. Use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

Sierra Club – San Gorgonio Chapter
Riverside
951-684-6203
Mission: To explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the Earth; to practice and promote the responsible use of the Earth’s ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality ofthe natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

Sierra Club – Los Serranos Group
Riverside
951-684-6203
Mission: Explore, enjoy and protect the planet.

Inland Empire Waterkeeper
Riverside
951-530-8823
Mission: Inland Empire Waterkeeper’s mission is to protect and enhance the water quality of the Upper Santa Ana River Watershed through programs of advocacy, education, research, restoration, and enforcement.

San Bernardino Valley Audubon
San Bernadino
909-936-5087
Mission: SBVAS strives to bring people to their natural environment. Focusing on birds and other wildlife, we hope to conserve natural resources in the Southern California’s “Inland Empire,” specifically San Bernardino, Riverside, and Imperial Counties.

Sierra Club – San Diego Chapter
San Diego
858-569-6005
Mission: Explore, Enjoy, and Protect the Planet”. Sierra Club San Diego is the oldest and largest grassroots environmental organization in the San Diego region

Climate Action Campaign
San Diego
619-419-1222
Mission: Stop the climate crisis.

San Diego Coastkeeper
San Diego
619-758-7743
Mission: San Diego Coastkeeper protects and restores swimmable, fishable and drinkable waters in San Diego County

San Diego Audubon Society
San Diego
858-273-7800
Mission: To foster the protection and appreciation of birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, through education and study, and advocate for a cleaner, healthier environment.

The Climate Reality Project: San Diego, CA Chapter
San Diego
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Sierra Club – Santa Lucia Chapter
San Luis Obispo
805-543-8717
Mission: The purposes of the Sierra Club are to explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

San Luis Obispo Coastkeeper
San Luis Obispo
805-781-9932
Mission: EPI, (doing business in San Luis Obispo County as the San Luis Obispo COASTKEEPER), uses a science-based approach to advocate public trust resource protection before government agencies; provide environmental analysis and expertise; and offer educational and civic engagement opportunities to the public regarding how to participate in agency decisions and permit compliance issues with a goal of protecting the extraordinary wildlands, wildlife, and waters of the California Central Coast region.

The Climate Reality Project: San Luis Obispo County, CA Chapter
San Luis Obispo
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Climate Reality Campus Corps: California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo Chapter
San Luis Obispo
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Santa Barbara Audubon Society
Santa Barbara
805-964-1468
Mission: To help conserve and restore the earth’s natural ecosystems and improve its biological diversity, principally in the Santa Barbara area, and to connect people with birds and nature through education, science-based projects and advocacy.

Sierra Club – Los Padres Chapter
Santa Barbara
805-617-3106
Mission: Los Padres Chapter of the Sierra Club covers Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. We have a great outings program and work on local environmental issues.

Santa Barbara Channelkeeper
Santa Barbara
805-563-3377
Mission: Santa Barbara Channelkeeper is a grassroots non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and restore the Santa Barbara Channel and its watersheds through science-based advocacy, education, field work and enforcement.

The Climate Reality Project: Santa Barbara, CA Chapter
Santa Barbara
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Sierra Club – Santa Clarita Group
Santa Clarita
661-259-0433
Mission: We fully support the mission of the national Sierra Club, which is:
To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth;
To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources;
To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of our natural and human environment; and
To use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

Los Angeles Waterkeeper
Santa Monica
310-394-6162
Mission: Los Angeles Waterkeeper safeguards LA’s inland and coastal waters by enforcing laws and empowering communities.

Natural Resources Defense Council in SANTA MONICA 
Santa Monica
310-434-2300
Mission: Our Santa Monica hub, originally built in the 1920s, was one of the first projects in the world to receive a LEED Version 2 Platinum green rating—the highest level of green building design. Located in Santa Monica’s pedestrian center, the office features a water recycling system and its own rooftop solar panels. An environmental learning center on the ground floor educates visitors about issues like ocean protection and climate change.

The Climate Reality Project: Ventura County, CA Chapter
Santa Paula
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Sierra Club – Tuolumne Group
Sonora
Mission: The beautiful foothill and forest region on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada is a destination for millions of visitors each year. Protecting the environment, especially water quality in streams and rivers, not only helps plants and wildlife, but also benefits recreation and tourism.

Conejo Valley Audubon Society
Thousand Oaks
818-991-9967
Mission: The mission of the Conejo Valley Audubon Society is to actively promote the enjoyment and conservation of natural habitats, native plants and wildlife with a special emphasis on birds.

Sierra Club – Angeles Chapter, Orange County Group
Tustin
949-285-4621
Mission: The most common work is keeping plant growth from closing off the trail and anyone who is capable of hiking and pruning plants can contribute valuable assistance. Another common problem is erosion that creates difficult or dangerous conditions for hiking. Repair of erosion and correcting water drainage problems along the trails are essential to maintaining safe trails.

The Climate Reality Project: Orange County, CA Chapter
Tustin
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

San Fernando Valley Audubon Society
Van Nuys
818-481-5605
Mission: To promote the conservation of natural resources and to preserve and enhance wildlife habitats and biodiversity To increase appreciation of bird life and the natural environment through education, presentations, guided bird walks and other activities To foster opportunities for a diverse population to come together for the protection and celebration of avian life

Ventura Audubon Society
Ventura
805-658-2396
Mission: To promote at the local level, by education and action, the protection and restoration of bird populations and wildlife habitat for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biodiversity.

Climate First: Replacing Oil and Gas (CFROG)
Ventura
805-794-0282
• Taking on the oil industry
• Campaigning for clean air and water
• Advocating for the health and safety of our residents

Ventura Coastkeeper
Ventura
805-667-7818
Mission: Wishtoyo protects Chumash Native American culture and the natural resources all people depend upon.

Sierra Club – Mojave Group
Victorville
951-684-6203
Mission: Explore, Enjoy, and Protect the planet.

Whittier Area Audubon Society
Whittier
562-695-0152
Mission: To promote the study of the protection of birds and all other related aspects of the environment, and to that end the Society shall be organized and operated exclusively for educational purposes.

The Climate Reality Project: West Valley, CA Chapter
Woodland Hills
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

The Izaak Walton League of America – Orange Chapter
Yorba Linda
714-516-9483
Mission: To conserve, restore, and promote the sustainable use and enjoyment of our natural resources, including soil, air, woods, waters, and wildlife.

Environmental Groups in Northern California

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Humboldt Baykeeper
Arcata
707-499-3678
Mission: Humboldt Baykeeper was launched in October 2004 to safeguard our coastal resources for the health, enjoyment, and economic strength of the Humboldt Bay community through education, scientific research, and enforcement of laws to fight pollution.

Sierra Club – ReNorth Group
Arcata
Mission: The Sierra Club North Group is part of the Redwood Chapter, and is made up of Sierra Club members who live in Del Norte, Humboldt, Western Siskiyou and Trinity Counties. The Sierra Club is a grass­roots, volunteer-­led organization.

Sierra Club – The Placer Group
Auburn
Mission: The Placer Group, as part of the Mother Lode Chapter in California, covers Placer County and its incorporated areas west of the Sierra divide. Join our all-volunteer organization to assist with conservation issues and “Explore, Enjoy and Protect the Planet!”

Altacal Audubon Society
Chico
Mission: Inspire, empower and support sustainability at the individual, community, government and business level through media, hands-on education, permaculture design and ecosystems transformations.

Sierra Club – Yahi Group
Chico
530 570-3240
Mission: Yahi Group has interests in both the conservation and enjoyment of wilderness and the natural world. The Group organizes hiking and other outdoor activities and provides a focused response to environmental issues in Butte, Glenn, Tehama, Lassen and Plumas counties.
Sierra Club Yahi Group has used some of its education and outreach funds to purchase a collection of video documentaries which are being donated to the Butte county Library. The donation is made with the intention of educating the public about important current environmental issues.

CA Urban Streams Alliance – The Stream Team, a Waterkeeper Affiliate
Chico
530-342-6620
Mission: The Stream Team’s mission is to gather useful environmental information needed to protect the ecological health of the Big Chico Creek watershed, while engaging the local community in effective watershed stewardship.

Climate Reality Campus Corps: University of California, Davis Chapter
Davis
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Sierra Club – Yolano Group
Davis
530-758-5173
Mission: Our purpose is to enjoy the many local walking and hiking opportunities, to preserve the environment that makes this area so special, and to encourage others to be a part of these activities.

Redwood Region Audubon Society
Eureka
707-499-0887
Mission: To a) act to promote a wise, balanced, responsible, and ethical use of natural systems on a local, national, and global scale; and b) protect the biotic and abiotic components of local, national, and global natural systems.

Russian Riverkeeper
Healdsburg
707-433-1958
Mission: Since 2001, Russian Riverkeeper has operated three main programs, Advocate, Educate and Celebrate to fulfill its mission to inspire the community to protect the Russian River forever. Our long-term goal is focused on regenerating the health of the Russian River by seeking opportunities to restore some of the over 80% of river and wetland area that has been lost over the last 100 years to channelization, gravel mining, agricultural and urban development.

Sierra Club – Lake Group  
Lake County
707-994-1931
Mission: We work to preserve our wild heritage, to protect and restore Clear Lake and its watershed, and to promote smart growth, sustainable practices, and environmentally friendly development.

Sierra Club – Mendocino County Group
Mendocino
707-937-0903
Mission: The Mendocino Group is concerned with keeping the Mendocino County coastine (the longest of any county in California) wild and free in addition to monitoring county wide issues. These include the maintenance and restoration of Coho Salmon populations, protecting wetlands, preserving Old Growth Forests and Pygmy Forests, and ensuring the rural nature of Mendocino County, which provides a quality of life necessary for all creatures.

Mt. Shasta Area Audubon Society
Mt. Shasta
530-926-2093
Mission: To support and advocate a healthy and stable environment for present and future generations. To support and provide leadership in environmental education. To provide a medium through which information and knowledge can be shared which fosters a diverse and healthy ecosystem through meetings, field trips, publications, conferences, and workshops.

Yuba River Waterkeeper
Nevada City
530-265-5961
Mission: SYRCL unites the community to protect and restore the Yuba River. Motivated by our love for this watershed, we advocate powerfully, engage in active stewardship, educate the public, and inspire activism from the Sierra to the sea.

Sierra Club – Sierra Nevada Group
Nevada City
530-477-7502
Mission: The Group organizes hikes and other outdoor activities; it also provides focused response to environmental issues in the region and is operated entirely by volunteers.

Sierra Club – Maidu Group
Placerville
530-644-7295
Mission: To explore, enjoy and protect the planet.

Plumas Audubon Society
Quincy
530-283-9307
Mission: To promote understanding, appreciation, and protection of the biodiversity of the Feather River Region through education, research, and the restoration and conservation of natural ecosystems.

Wintu Audubon Society
Redding
530-276-8854
Mission: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.

Sierra Club – Shasta Group
Redding
Mission: Our purpose is to enjoy the many local walking and hiking opportunities, to preserve the environment that makes this area so special, and to encourage others to be a part of these activities.

Yolo Audubon Society
Davis
Mission: To foster an appreciation of birds and other wildlife through educational programs and field trips, bring conservation issues to public awareness, and act to preserve Yolo County bird life and habitat.

Sacramento Audubon Society
Sacramento
916-889-4849
Mission: a) promote the protection and scientific study of wild birds; b) promote the enjoyment and appreciation of wild birds through community outreach; c) provide, encourage and support environmental educational opportunities; and d) provide proactive leadership in the conservation of open space in the Sacramento region.

Planning and Conservation League
Sacramento
916-822-5631
Mission:The mission of the Planning and Conservation League is to protect and restore California’s natural environment, and to promote and defend the health and safety of Californians through legislative and administrative action.
The PCL Foundation is the research arm of PCL. Its mission is to engage in cutting-edge public policy research that educates and empowers local communities to participate in decision-making processes that will help protect California’s environment.

Sierra Club – Mother Lode Chapter
Sacramento
916-557-1100 ext. 1080
Mission: The Mother Lode Chapter, with more than 19,000 members, stretches from Stanislaus County and Tuolumne County in the south to the Oregon border in the north, and from the western side of the Central Valley to the California/Nevada border on the east. Due to its large geography, the chapter is split into eleven local Sierra Club groups.

Sierra Club – Sacramento Group
Sacramento
916-557-1100
Mission: The Sierra Club’s mission is To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

California Coastkeeper Alliance
Sacramento
916-403-1123
Mission: California Coastkeeper Alliance unites local Waterkeeper programs to fight for swimmable, fishable and drinkable waters for California communities and ecosystems.

The Climate Reality Project: Sacramento, CA Chapter
Sacramento
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Klamath Riverkeeper
Somes Bar
530-627-3311
Mission: Klamath Riverkeeper restores water quality and fisheries throughout the Klamath watershed, bringing vitality and abundance back to the river and its people.

Peregrine Audubon Society
Ukiah
707-459-2681
Mission: Promoting the conservation of birds, wildlife, and their natural habitats, Peregrine Audubon provides informative and educational public programs and participates actively as an advocate for environmental conservation.

Environmental Groups in the Bay Area of California

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Golden Gate Audubon Society
Berkley
510-843-2222
Mission: The Golden Gate Audubon Society engages people to experience the wonder of birds and to translate that wonder into actions which protect native bird populations and their habitats.

Sierra Club – San Francisco Bay Chapter
Berkeley
510-848-0800
Mission:
To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth;
To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources;
To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.”

Sierra Club – West Contra Costa County Group
Berkeley
415-265-4610
Mission: We work on topics such as: Refinery safety and emissions, Land use — protection of open space and ecosystems on the hillsides and the bayshore. Major focus in the past few years has been on Richmond’s northern and southeastern shorelines.

Sierra Club – Northern Alameda County Group
Berkeley
510-848-0800
Mission:The Northern Alameda County (NAC) Group considers urban environmental issues in the cities of Oakland, Berkeley, Albany, Emeryville, Alameda, Piedmont, and San Leandro. These issues can include environmental justice, air quality, the tree canopy, public trust lands, creeks, the San Francisco Bay and water, pollution and toxics, parks and open space, bird and wildlife habitat, green buildings and infrastructure, zero waste, plastics, clean and renewable energy, electrification, affordable housing, green and public transit, and natural-resource protection.

Sierra Club – Marin Group
Berkeley
Mission: Promoting the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of Marin’s environment.

Monterey Audubon Society
Carmel
Mission: an all-volunteer organization dedicated to conserving and celebrating the birds and wildlife of the greater Monterey Bay region. Our chapter includes 1000 members throughout Monterey and parts of Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties. We currently engage in an array of educational, citizen-science, and advocacy initiatives geared toward protecting the region’s birds and its biological diversity.

Sierra Club – Ventana Chapter
Carmel
Mission: To explore, enjoy and preserve our Country’s scenic resources.

Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society
Cupertino
408-252-3747
Mission: Promote scientifically sound conservation strategies for the protection of native ecosystems and demonstrate the value of conservation to the community. Educate our diverse community about the benefits of preserving and enjoying nature, focusing on youth education programs, public outreach, and field trips. Support research into maintaining, restoring, and understanding native ecosystems, particularly those of birds.

Sierra Club – Delta Group
Discovery Bay
714-504-0838
Mission:It offers regular outdoor activities, and our members work on many conservation issues, including:
Urban growth and land-use planning, transportation, toxics and solid waste, air and water quality.

Sierra Club – Solano Group
Fairfield
707-434-1313
Mission: The Sierra Club is America’s oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organization. The Sierra Club is an organization dedicated to protecting the natural environment and wildlife in the United States and throughout the world. The group educates people on how to conserve the earth’s ecosystems and resources to prevent wastefulness or destruction; lobbies for more legislation to preserve the environment; organizes conservation programs and hiking trips in many countries; and publishes books, calendars, and Sierra, a bimonthly magazine.

Mendocino Coast Audubon Society
Fort Bragg
707-734-3470
Mission: The mission of the Mendocino Coast Audubon Society is to help people appreciate and enjoy native birds, and to conserve and restore local ecosystems for the benefit of native birds and other wildlife.

Sierra Foothills Audubon Society
Grass Valley
530-272-6504
Mission: To educate ourselves and others to the variety and beauty of our natural environment and protect our wildlife and natural places.

Ohlone Audubon Society
Hayward
510-538-3550
Mission: To celebrate and protect birds and their habitats in Southern and Eastern Alameda County

Sierra Club – Southern Alameda County Group
Hayward
510-889-5816
Mission: The ExComm weighs and takes positions on environmental issues facing our communities, including development proposals, water resources, agriculture, preservation of open space, land use, trails, air quality, creeks, conservation, and political endorsements.

Marin Audubon Society
Mill Valley
415-924-6057
Mission: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the Earth’s biological diversity.

Monterey Coastkeeper
Monterey
831-663-9460
Mission: The Otter Project protects our watersheds and coastal oceans for the benefit of California sea otters and humans through science-based policy and advocacy.

Climate Reality Campus Corps: Saint Mary’s College of California Chapter
Moraga
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Napa-Solano Audubon Society
Napa
707-207-0380
Mission: To share the fun of birding, promote conservation and scientific understanding of wild birds and their habitats, and offer engaging, science-based education emphasizing the communities of Napa and Solano counties.

Sierra Club – Napa Group
Napa
415-977-5528
Mission: Exploring and protecting the environment of Napa County, California.Napa Sierra Club supports slow growth within local cities and works for the protection of wildlife habitats, agricultural lands, and watersheds while accommodating affordable housing and transportation for the local work force. We participate in many regular community events such as Earth Day and county-wide trail maintenance.

Sierra Club – New Hampshire Chapter
Oakland
415-977-5500
Mission: To enjoy, explore and protect the earth

California League of Conservation Voters
Oakland
510-271-0900
Mission: The CLCV mission is to protect and enhance the environment and the health of all California communities by electing environmental champions, advancing critical priorities, and holding policymakers accountable.

Clean Water Action, California!
Oakland
415-369-9160
Mission: Clean Water Action is an organization of 1.2 million members working to empower people to take action to protect America’s waters, build healthy communities and to make democracy work for all of us. For 36 years Clean Water Action has succeeded in winning some of the nation’s most important environmental protections through grassroots organizing, expert policy research and political advocacy focused on holding elected officials accountable to the public.

San Francisco Baykeeper
Oakland
510-735-9700
Mission: For 30 years, San Francisco Baykeeper has been the pollution watchdog for the Bay. Every day, oil, chemicals and sewage spoil our beaches, hurt wildlife and endanger our health. Baykeeper uses science, legal action, and advocacy to strengthen clean water laws and hold polluters accountable.

Sierra Club – Peninsula Regional Group
Palo Alto
Mission: In our Environmental Stewardship Program you will learn about critical environmental issues, lobby politicians to pass pro-environment legislation, learn how to be an activist, and enjoy nature through group activities. These goals will be accomplished through screenings of award-winning environmental documentaries, presentations, working with legislators, and community outings. Previous program participants—ranging in age from high school students to senior citizens—have gone on to play integral roles in various environmental activities, including serving on environmental commissions in their local communities.

Sierra Club – Guadalupe Regional Group
Palo Alto
650-390-8411
Mission: Explore, enjoy, and protect the planet

Sierra Club – Loma Prieta Chapter
Palo Alto
650-390-8411
Mission: To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth;
To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources;
To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

Sierra Club – Tri-Valley Group
Pleasanton
510-926-0010
Mission: The Tri-Valley Group works to protect the Urban Growth Boundary and lobbies for open space.

Sierra Club – San Carlos & Belmont Group
San Carlos & Belmont
650-508-8755
Mission: Our purpose is to enjoy the many local walking and hiking opportunities, to preserve the environment that makes this area so special, and to encourage others to be a part of these activities.

Natural Resources Defense Council in SAN FRANCISCO 
San Francisco
415-875-6100
Mission: This LEED v4 Gold-certified and Living Building Challenge-certified office is located in a 1920s high-rise in northeast San Francisco. Strategically placed windows, combined with special fixtures, timers, and occupancy sensors, reduce power usage from lighting to just half of what state standards call for. Additional energy-saving measures include efficient heat pumps and locally sourced, non-toxic building materials.

The Nature Conservancy in California
San Francisco
415-777-0487
Mission: We have protected 1.5 million acres of landscapes and 3.8 million acres of sea floor off our coast in California—habitats that are essential to the survival of nature and people.

Azul  
San Francisco
310-621-2291
Mission:
Azul is a grassroots organization working to conserve marine resources.
We treasure the life-sustaining force of the ocean, as well as the physical and spiritual nourishment it provides us. We are a Gente-powered and led effort, focused first on celebrating our rich Latino conservation traditions and connecting them to current solutions. Our work is based on authentic engagement, community building, and collaboration.

Sierra Club – San Francisco Group
San Francisco
415-977-5578
Mission: San Francisco conservation priorities include:
Preservation of city parkland
Preservation and construction of affordable housing
Citywide expansion of CleanPowerSF
Reduction and clean-up of toxics
Maintaining and improving mass transit
Acquisition and protection of open space
Recycling and resource conservation
Sustainable job development
Wetlands restoration and protection
Water conservation, treatment, and planning
Clean air policies as they relate to pollution and global warming”

The Climate Reality Project: San Francisco Bay Area, CA Chapter
San Francisco
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Californians for Western Wilderness
San Francisco
415-752-3911
Mission: a citizens group founded to secure protection for the remaining wilderness areas and other public lands in the western United States. The organization works to encourage and facilitate direct citizen democracy through participation in administrative and legislative actions, creating a constituency in California for wilderness across the West.

The Climate Reality Project: Santa Clara County, CA Chapter
Santa Clara
Mission: Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

Sierra Club – Santa Cruz County Group
Santa Cruz
831-612-6575
Mission: To explore, enjoy and protect the planet. To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out those objectives.

Ocean Conservancy
Santa Cruz
831-440-7973
Mission: Ocean Conservancy is working with you to protect our ocean from today’s greatest global challenges. Together, we create science-based solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.

Sierra Club – Redwood Chapter
Santa Rosa
707-544-7651
Mission: The Redwood Chapter of the Sierra Club is a geographically vast region composed of six local groups and encompassing all or part of nine counties in Northwest California.

Sierra Club – Sonoma Group
Santa Rosa
707-544-­7651
Mission: We’re here to protect Sonoma County’s most valued public interests: our air, water, and habitats. We also take folks outdoors to appreciate what we have.We’re here to protect Sonoma County’s most valued of public interests: our air, our water, and our habitats.

Madrone Audubon Society
Santa Rosa
707-241-5548
Mission:  Promotes public education, enjoyment, study and protection of the natural world, especially birds. We also recognize our responsibility to influence decisions affecting all wildlife and natural resources. Our interests are worldwide: our focus is on the local community, the State of California, the West Coast, and the high priority campaigns of the National Audubon Society.

Sierra Club – Mount Diablo Group
Walnut Creek
925-216-1929
Mission: The purpose of this Group is to foster within its territorial limits the purposes of the Club. The Group is authorized to undertake activities that are consistent with the purposes of the Club and are not prohibited by the Chapter or by the Board by a general rule applicable alike to all Chapters. The Group shall act on questions of public policy only in pursuance of Chapter and Board policies or in a manner consistent with them.

Mt. Diablo Audubon Society
Walnut Creek
Mission: Committed to the sustainable balance of our community’s people, birds, other wildlife, and habitat through conservation, education, and advocacy.

Sequoia Audubon Society
Woodside
650-529-1454
Mission: Sustaining habitat, protecting bird life locally, encouraging appreciation of birds, and assisting in educating the next generation of bird-lovers.

Environmental Groups in the Central Valley of California

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Kern Audubon Society
Bakersfield
661-805-1420
Mission: a thriving environmental organization in Kern County. The chapter continually plans a number of exciting, fun, and educational projects for the community. There are regular program meetings and field trips to both common and unique habitats in California.

Sierra Club – Kern-Kaweah Chapter
Bakersfield
661-496-6585
Mission: To explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth. To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out those objectives

Redbud Audubon Society
Clearlake
707-263-8030
Mission: Since 2010, Redbud Audubon Society has focused on the conservation of grebes at Clear Lake, which supports one of the largest breeding populations of grebes in California.

Fresno Audubon Society
Fresno
559-715-2473
Mission: to engage local communities in building a sustainable environment for people, birds, and other wildlife through education, science, and advocacy.  Fresno Audubon hosts many educational programs, sponsors field trips and birding classes, advocates for local environmental conservation, engages community members in outdoor Citizen Science learning opportunities, and publishes the online blog – The Yellowbill.

Sierra Club – Tehipite Chapter
Fresno
559-229-4031
Mission: To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth;
To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources;
To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environments.

Sierra Club – Merced Group
Merced
209-723-4747
Mission: We are active in local environmental issues to preserve open space, promote effective land use and transportation planning, protect mountain wilderness and valley wetlands, and restore free-flowing rivers. We oppose fracking and the construction of more hydroelectric dams, preferring water conservation, groundwater recharge, and the development of renewable energy resources.

Stanislaus Audubon Society
Modesto
Mission: Promotes the enjoyment, understanding, and protection of birds and other wildlife by engaging people of all ages in birding, education, and conservation.

Sierra Club – The Yokuts Group
Modesto
209-300-4253
Mission: Our purpose is to enjoy the many local walking and hiking opportunities, to preserve the environment that makes this area so special, and to encourage others to be a part of these activities.

Sierra Club – Condor Group / Kern Kaweah Chapter
Mount Pinos
661-242-8529
Mission: The Condor Group hosts guest speakers on a wide variety of topics every month between March and October. The Group also regularly sponsors outings throughout the region

Sierra Club – Committee for a Sustainable World Population
Stockton
916-524-9763
Mission: To promote a SUSTAINABLE WORLD POPULATION.
Our goal is to increase awareness of the environmental impacts of population growth and over-consumption of natural resources, and to help improve access to family planning, reproductive health, and sex and environmental education services.

San Joaquin Audubon Society
Stockton
209-269-1414
Mission: To promote the understanding, conservation, and enjoyment of birds, other wildlife, and their habitats through observation, outreach, science, and education.

Sierra Club – Delta – Sierra Group
Stockton
Mission: Explore, Enjoy and Protect the Planet.” Whether you are a member or not, please practice the motto

Sierra Club – Mineral King Group
Visalia
559-739-8527
Mission: The Mineral King Group carries on a variety of conservation and outdoor activities, working on city, county, and regional conservation issues, and enjoying and working for the protection of the nearby Sequoia National Park and Sequoia National Forest.

Tulare County Audubon Society
Visalia
Mission: To conserve, protect and to educate the public about the outdoors. We emphasize education and the conservation of birds, and encourage the protection of all our natural resources and the environment.

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Eastern Sierra Audubon Society
Bishop
760-933-2318
Mission: Audubon’s mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.

Sierra Club – Buena Vista Group
Kern-Kaweah
661-872-2432
Mission: The Buena Vista Group serves the Southern San Joaquin Valley, Kern Valley, and Tehachapi areas. Centered in Bakersfield, the group is committed to providing quality education on issues affecting our environment, outings, and conservation within the service area.

Sierra Club – Range of Light Group
Mammoth Lakes
760-924-5639
Mission: The Range of Light Group is part of the Toiyabe Chapter of the Sierra Club, which covers portions of Nevada and California. Most members are from Inyo and Mono Counties.

Yosemite Area Audubon Society
Mariposa
Mission: Covering Mariposa and Eastern Madera Counties. The Audubon mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity. We are dedicated to the preservation of natural habitats and native species, and to educating and inspiring others to help protect those resource values.

Kerncrest Audubon Society
Ridgecrest
360-348-1609
Mission: A non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to helping people learn about local wildlife, especially birds, and our natural surroundings.

Sierra Club – Owens Peak Group
Ridgecrest
760-375-7967
Mission: Our mission is to: Explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth. Practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources. Educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment. Use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

Central Sierra Audubon Society
Sonora
(209)962-7598
Mission: to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the Earth’s biodiversity.

Sierra Club – Tahoe Area
South Lake Tahoe
530-320-1795
Mission: Protect and Restore Lake Tahoe and assure ongoing protection of all the natural resources of the Lake Tahoe Basin. The Tahoe Area Sierra Club is part of the Mother Lode Chapter of the Sierra Club in California as well as the Toiyabe chapter in Nevada. We have approximately 600 members in the Lake Tahoe Basin and Truckee. The boundaries include all areas from Echo Summit, South Lake Tahoe, East and West Shores of Lake Tahoe and North to Truckee and Donner Summit. We are an all volunteer Group of caring people who enjoy getting outdoors, and work to inform the public about ongoing ecological issues and advocate for positive environmental policies and practices throughout the basin. Join in and help us protect our air, land and water throughout the beautiful Lake Tahoe area. When you join the Sierra Club, one membership application enrolls you into the nation-wide club, a Chapter, and a Group, based on your mailing address.

Environmental Groups in United States

1% for the Planet...A global network of businesses, nonprofits and individuals working together for a healthy planet. More than $175 Million dollars given back to the environment.

314 Action- 314 Action was founded by members of the STEM community, grassroots supporters and political activists who believe in science.  We are committed to electing more STEM candidates to office, advocating for evidence-based policy solutions to issues like climate change, and fighting the Trump administration's attacks on science.

350.org- 350 is building a future that's just, prosperous, equitable and safe from the effects of climate change.

Association of Environmental Professionals...to be the interdisciplinary organization dedicated to developing the highest standards of ethics and proficiency in the environmental professions.

American Bird Conservancy...to conserve native birds and their habitats throughout the Americas. Our commitment to bird conservation remains absolute, even while some other groups shift their mission to prioritize people over wildlife. We believe unequivocally that conserving birds and their habitats benefits all other species — including people.

American Farmland Trust...to save the land that sustains us by protecting farmland, promoting sound farming practices, and keeping farmers on the land.

Audubon ...to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.

Center for Biological Diversity...At the Center for Biological Diversity, we believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature — to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants. Because diversity has intrinsic value, and because its loss impoverishes society, we work to secure a future for all species, great and small, hovering on the brink of extinction. We do so through science, law and creative media, with a focus on protecting the lands, waters and climate that species need to survive.

Citizens Climate Lobby...Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a non-profit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change.

Clean Water Action...To protect our environment, health, economic well-being and community quality of life. Clean Water Action organizes strong grassroots groups and coalitions, and campaigns to elect environmental candidates and to solve environmental and community problems.

Conservation International...Building upon a strong foundation of science, partnership and field demonstration, CI empowers societies to responsibly and sustainably care for nature, our global biodiversity, for the well-being of humanity.

Conservation Land Foundation..to protect, restore and expand the National Conservation Lands through education, advocacy and partnerships.

Earth Island Institute...Earth Island Institute has been a hub for grassroots campaigns dedicated to conserving, preserving, and restoring the ecosystems on which our civilization depends.

Earth Justice...Earthjustice was created by a small group of attorneys with a passionate belief that the power of the law could be used to preserve the environment.

Earth Watch Institute...To engage people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment.

Earthworks... Earthworks is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting communities and the environment from the adverse impacts of mineral and energy development while promoting sustainable solutions. Earthworks stands for clean air, water and land, healthy communities, and corporate accountability. We work for solutions that protect both the Earth’s resources and our communities.

Environment America...Through Environment America, you protect the places we love and promote core environmental values, such as clean air to breathe, clean water to drink, and clean energy to power our lives.

Environmental Defense Fund...to preserve the natural systems on which all life depends.

Environmental Working Group...to empower people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment. With breakthrough research and education, we drive consumer choice and civic action.

Forest Stewardship Council...to promote environmentally sound, socially beneficial and economically prosperous management of the world's forests.

Friends of the Earth...fights to protect our environment and create a healthy and just world.

Great Old Broads for Wilderness ... is a national grassroots organization, led by women, that engages and inspires activism to preserve and protect wilderness and wild lands.

Green America... to harness economic power—the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace—to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.

Green Latinos...a national non-profit organization that convenes a broad coalition of Latino leaders committed to addressing national, regional and local environmental, natural resources and conservation issues that significantly affect the health and welfare of the Latino community in the United States.

Greenpeace ...Greenpeace is a global, independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future.

Greenpeace Fund... campaign on a variety of issues, centering on the following: Stop climate change, Defend our oceans, Protect ancient forest, Say no to genetic engineering, Eliminate toxic chemicals, End the nuclear age, Encourage sustainable trade and agriculture, Demand peace and disarmament.

Interfaith Power & Light - Interfaith Power & Light inspires and mobilizes people of faith and conscience to take bold and just action on climate change.

International Rivers...protects rivers and defends the rights of communities that depend on them. We work to stop destructive dams and promote water and energy solutions for a just and sustainable world.

Izaak Walton League...To conserve, restore, and promote the sustainable use and enjoyment of our natural resources, including soil, air, woods, waters, and wildlife.

Land Trust Alliance...To save the places people need and love by strengthening land conservation across America.

League of Conservation Voters...works to turn environmental values into national, state and local priorities. LCV, as part of the Conservation Voter Movement along our state LCV partners, advocates for sound environmental laws and policies, holds elected officials accountable for their votes and actions, and elects pro-environment candidates who will champion our priority issues.

National Geographic Society...The National Geographic Society is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization that pushes the boundaries of exploration to further our understanding of our planet and empower us all to generate solutions for a more sustainable future.

National Parks Conservation Association... protecting and enhancing America's National Park System for present and future generations.

National Wildlife Federation ...We believe America’s experience with cherished landscapes and wildlife has helped define and shape our national character and identity for generations. Protecting these natural resources is a cause that has long united Americans from all walks of life and political stripes. To hunters, anglers, hikers, birders, wildlife watchers, boaters, climbers, campers, cyclists, gardeners, farmers, forest stewards, and other outdoor enthusiasts, this conservation ethic represents a sacred duty and obligation to protect and build upon our conservation heritage for the sake of wildlife, ourselves, our neighbors, and—most of all—for future generations.

Natural Resource Defense Council...NRDC works to safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.

Ocean Conservancy... Ocean Conservancy is working with you to protect the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges.
Together, we create science-based solutions for a healthy ocean and the the wildlife and communities that depend on it.

Polar Bears International...to conserve polar bears and the sea ice they depend on. Through media, science, and advocacy, we work to inspire people to care about the Arctic, the threats to its future, and the connection between this remote region and our global climate.

Rainforest Action Network... preserves forests, protects the climate and upholds human rights by challenging corporate power and systemic injustice through frontline partnerships and strategic campaigns.

Rocky Mountain Institute... (RMI)’s mission is to transform global energy use to create a clean, prosperous, and secure low-carbon future.

Stand.Earth...believes that protecting our planet is everyone’s business. Because of our work, environmentally responsible businesses and governments will thrive. Natural systems will be protected, and the people and wildlife that depend on them will prosper. Markets will be more transparent and ethical.

The Climate Reality Project...To catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.

The Nature Conservancy...to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

UN Environment Programme...to provide leadership and encourage partnership in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing, and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations.

Waterkeeper Alliance...strengthens and grows a global network of grassroots leaders protecting everyone’s right to clean water.

World Business Council for Sustainable Development...to accelerate the transition to a sustainable world by making more sustainable businesses more successful.

World Watch Institute...Through research and outreach that inspire action, the Worldwatch Institute works to accelerate the transition to a sustainable world that meets human needs. The Institute’s top mission objectives are universal access to renewable energy and nutritious food, expansion of environmentally sound jobs and development, transformation of cultures from consumerism to sustainability, and an early end to population growth through healthy and intentional childbearing.

World Wildlife Fund...to conserve nature and reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on Earth.