The Climate Remediation Foundation
The Climate Remediation Foundation (CRF) is a non-politically aligned organization focused on addressing and educating the greater public on the harmful effects of climate change.
National Wildlife Federation
Established in the 1930s, the National Wildlife Federation is one of America’s oldest conservation organizations. U.S. Biological Survey head Ding Darling founded the organization at a gathering of hunters and outdoor enthusiasts in Washington, D.C. President Roosevelt endorsed the Federation, which was responsible for many local laws passed concerning conservation.
The Adirondack Council is a “citizen environmental group” responsible for maintaining the integrity of New York State’s six-million-acre Adirondack Park. Charity Navigator rated the Council 4/4. This means that the Council achieved the highest levels of transparency, including honest and consistent financial reporting, and financial accountability, or balancing upkeep needs with the financial needs of the cause itself.
Second Nature strives to help build a sustainable and positive global future through leadership networks in higher education.
Founded in the late 1800s by conservationist John Muir, The Sierra Club is America’s oldest conservation group. The organization wields considerable influence in the environmental arena and boasts nearly three million members.
is a lifestyle/investment app that allows its users to acquire stock in the companies where they spend their money. StockSquirrel is dedicated to Socially Responsible/Sustainability investing and giving a voice to its Gen-Z/millennial users. StockSquirrel users will acquire SoliPoints at point of sale when they shop.
This grassroots organization group aims to fight climate change from the bottom up. Their work involves organizing meet-ups, contributing to ongoing campaigns, and offering support for climate activists internationally. 350.org was founded in 2008 by author Bill McKibben and a group of college students.
The Climate Store
Want to make greener buying choices, but not sure where to start? The Climate Store could be the answer. This startup retailer aims to mitigate climate change by selling eco-friendly products for various aspects of everyday life, from clothing to lightbulbs. The company also has a community email list and additional information about living a lower-impact lifestyle.
What happens when natural resource companies take action against climate change? The Climate Collaborative is born. To join the Collaborative, a company from the natural resources industry pledges to achieve some environmentally friendly goals. The group then connects the party to other people who can help the company achieve those goals. Donors to the group include Annie’s and Patagonia.