Partners

Wisconsin Interfaith Power & Light (WIPL), formerly known as Wisconsin Interfaith Climate & Energy Campaign.  See http://www.wisconsinipl.org/wiplfriends.htm; http://www.wisconsinipl.org/wiplfriendsnews.htm

The mission of Wisconsin Interfaith Power and Light shall be to inform, train, and activate people of all faiths and faith communities to take concrete steps in response to climate change through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy in order to protect Earth’s ecosystems, safeguard public health, and ensure just, sufficient and sustainable energy for all. [Partners since 2003]

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IEN_SW_logo jpg RevisedInterfaith Earth Network (a Program of Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee). The Interfaith Earth Network’s mission is to inspire and support people of all faiths and faith communities to care for Earth based on their sacred teachings. Through education, advocacy, actions and networking, we are a catalyst for people of faith to live, work and worship in environmentally sustainable ways. http://www.interfaithearthnetwork.org   [Partners since 2007]

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wnpjWisconsin Network for Peace and Justice (WNPJ) – Environment Group. See http://www.wnpj.org/membership

WNPJ facilitates activities, cooperation and communication among Wisconsin organizations and individuals working toward the creation of a sustainable world, free from violence and injustice.

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wpcaWisconsin Partners for Clean Air. See http://cleanairwisconsin.org/businesses/currentmembers.php

The Wisconsin Partners for Clean Air (WPCA) program is a coalition of over 250 businesses, community organizations, schools and government agencies committed to improving air quality through voluntary action.

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Cleaner Milwaukee Coalition (Formerly Cleaner Valley Coalition, Milwaukee).  See http://cleanermilwaukeecoalition.org/partners/

A coalition of health advocacy groups, civil rights organizations, interfaith, grassroots organizations and local service providers and individuals concerned about the health of the community. Together, we are working to improve air quality for all Milwaukee
residents by cleaning up We Energies’ coal plant in the Menomonee Valley.

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MilwMKE FC Logo COLORaukee Food Council. See http://www.milwaukeefoodcouncil.org/milwaukee_food_council/participants.html#!participants/c8k2

The Milwaukee Food Council brings citizens, professionals, and government together to address issues regarding access to healthy, affordable food, land use planning, local food production and procurement, public health, and other policy initiatives in our regional food system. We recognize that a strong community-based food system connects people to the source of their food, creates a thriving food economy, supports appreciation among cultures, enhances health, and provides food security for all members of the community.  The Food Council is committed to building a healthy food system that is ecologically sustainable, economically vibrant, and socially just.

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mreaMidwest Renewable Energy Association. See https://www.midwestrenew.org/node/4589%20 and https://www.midwestrenew.org/businessdirectory

The Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) promotes renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable living through education and demonstration.

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mecMilwaukee Environmental Consortium. See http://www.milwaukeeenvironmentalconsortium.org/about and http://www.milwaukeeenvironmentalconsortium.org/

The Milwaukee Environmental Consortium, Inc. (MEC) fosters collaboration within Milwaukee’s environmental community through efficiencies of scale attained by the combined efforts of groups working together.

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RENEWRENEW Wisconsin. See http://renewwisconsin.org/about/business.htm

RENEW Wisconsin leads and represents businesses, organizations, and individuals who seek more clean, renewable energy in Wisconsin.

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MWCMilwaukee Water Commons. The Great Lakes Commons Initiative is a cross-border grassroots effort to establish the Great Lakes as a commons and legally protected bioregion.

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RE-AMPRE-AMP: RE-AMP is an active network of 160 nonprofits and foundations across eight Midwestern states working on climate change and energy policy with the goal of reducing global warming pollution economy-wide 80% by 2050. http://www.reamp.org/re-amp-members/

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uscanUS Climate Action Network: http://www.usclimatenetwork.org/about-us/members/