Green for All

Founding Year: 2007



Van Jones (Founders)

The program fights “for a world that is green for all, not green for some.” Their work is at the “intersection of the environmental, economic, and racial justice movements to advance solutions to poverty and pollution.” They uplift the voices “of low-income families and people of color in the climate movement through empathy-based communications and storytelling.” They also advocate for “strong, resilient, and healthy neighborhoods through policy work that ensures as the clean economy grows, it brings good jobs, better health, and opportunity to underserved communities.”


Green for All contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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