Our dependency on non-renewable energy sources is placing us in serious jeopardy. Climate change, global warming and an increasingly degraded environment are realities we urgently need to address. Clean, sustainable sources of energy already exist. The challenges to widening their use are more political than structural. These organizations are working to rectify that.
Grants given to groups in this category totaled $9,000.
720 Bathurst Street, Suite 307
Toronto, Ontario M5S2R4 Canada
Cycle Toronto promotes a healthy, safe, cycling-friendly city through outreach events and workshops that educate people and empower them to engage in public processes around cycling issues.
Marques de Legan�s 12
Madrid, Madrid 28004 Spain
A federation of more than 300 ecological groups in Spain, Ecologistas en Acci�n fights the present model of production and consumption through campaigns that counter biodiversity loss, climate change and the deepening of social inequity.
706 Heliotrope Drive
Los Angeles, California 90027 United States
Bicycle Kitchen/Bici Cocina promotes the bicycle as a fun, safe and accessible form of transportation that can improve the health of urban communities in Los Angeles.
714 Bond Avenue
Santa Barbara, California 93103 United States
Energy Independence Now develops innovative, action-oriented solutions to catalyze a rapid transition to a clean, renewable energy and transportation economy in California through policy, advocacy and research.
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