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Giving Green: Good Energy Collective Listed in the Top Five Nonprofits that Fight Climate Change

Giving Green: "After 6,000 hours of research, we found these evidence-backed, cost-effective organizations..."
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Interim Nuclear Justice Roadmap

If you work with a U.S.-based ej or climate organization and want to join us on this journey, reach out at
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Who Represents Environmental Justice Communities?

The data indicates, a wide range of political values exist in counties experiencing the most environmental risks.
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Good Energy Receives a Visionary Award for Policy Leadership from UMichigan

“We are deeply honored to have our work recognized in this way alongside ClearPath and Third Way," said Jessica Lovering.

Rethinking nuclear policy from the ground up.

Nuclear energy will be needed to reach ambitious climate goals, but we must first reconstruct the technology for a new era complete with modern, socially-grounded approaches. Based on our progressive values, we develop policies to do just that.

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Energy for equity

All communities should have equitable access to clean energy that will meet their needs and create high-quality jobs.

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Voices for the future

We foster diverse leaders in nuclear energy to reshape the industry at every level and every scale.

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A new social science agenda

We are developing a social science research and environmental justice agenda to work hand in hand with recent engineering innovations.

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Jobs for a green recovery

Communities should have equitable access to high-quality jobs; we are mapping out the best ways nuclear jobs can help.