Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA) is the world's most diverse alliance of organizations working to mobilize civil society and galvanize public opinion in support of climate action. Our alliance of 300+ partner organizations brings together national and international organizations from a broad spectrum of civil society, representing millions of citizens who are concerned about climate change and who recognize a need for genuine leadership and meaningful action.
Our favorite yoghurt company and supporters of carbon nation. Click to read President & CE-yo, Gary Hirshberg's message about the film.
A network of consumers who buy products in order to reward businesses who are making the most socially responsible decisions.
An international campaign that's building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis—the solutions that science and justice demand.
Develops environmental policies, initiatives and programs, enforces the City's environmental code and regulations and works with other City departments, sister, state and federal agencies, businesses and not-for-profit organizations to protect and conserve our natural resources, prevent pollution, foster energy efficiency and engage Chicagoans in adopting environmentally-friendly behaviors.
The award-winning project The Green Building in Louisville, KY opened in the Fall of 2008 in the East Market District, the heart of NuLu, Louisville's arts district.
A collaborative effort to bring consumers and companies together in the fight against global climate change.
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.
An independent, entrepreneurial nonprofit think-and-do tank™ that drives the efficient and restorative use of resources.
An internet based television station and social network focused on promoting all things green in Kentucky.
Works to solve the most significant environmental challenges facing New England. Since 1966, CLF's advocates have used law, economics and science to create innovative strategies that conserve natural resources, protect public health and promote vital communities in our region.
The leading provider of integrated food and facilities management services in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, we set out each morning to treat every person we encounter with the highest level of respect and service.
Protects Earth's most important natural places — for you and future generations — through great science and smart partnerships.
Provides strategic advising for decision makers in business, government and not-for-profit arenas on a range of renewable energy, sustainable mobility, agriculture, and green design challenges.
Aims to empower the community with information on the dangers of global climate change and what they can do to fight it. In short, to facilitate the shrinking of Louisville's carbon footprint.