Working in energy and climate-related policy can be a hard and isolating job in DC, so come build fellowship and collaboration with others who work in this field. Join Climate Justice Alliance, as we share conversation, updates on important work, plus a few surprises. This is an excellent opportunity to share climate and energy policy work with each other and deepen our networks as we tackle difficult and complex issues.
Activists, researchers, policy experts, and lawmakers who are working to create a more just and sustainable world are all welcome. Feel free to share with your colleagues.
Drinks and snacks will be provided.
This event is being being sponsored in part by Open Gov Hub and Hub members Climate Justice Alliance (CJA).
The Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) links 55 community organizations, movement networks, and support organizations on the frontlines of the climate crisis in North America. CJA’s constituencies are rooted in Indigenous, African American, Latino, Asian Pacific Islander, and poor white communities. Since its inception, CJA’s mandate has been to unite communities to demand a just transition from an economy dependent on fossil fuels, extraction, and dirty industries to a regenerative economy that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the source, restore equity, and put decision making in the hands of communities.