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Equitable & Just National Climate Platform

The Equitable and Just National Climate Platform was developed by a group of environmental justice and national environmental group advocates who participate in the Climate Forum. The Climate Forum was launched in October 2018. The forum aims to achieve the following goals: (1) Support progress toward building trust and collaboration between environmental justice and national group leaders. (2) Develop national climate policy ideas that environmental justice and national groups can jointly support in the lead up to 2020 and beyond. (3) Identify pathways for more inclusive national climate policy development that will support environmental justice and national group advocates working together to advance shared policy goals and ideas.

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Organization: Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy, the Center for American Progress, the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Midwest Environmental Justice Network, the New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance
Date: 5/9/22
Resource Type: Organization
Topic: Policy

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