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National Organizations


With more than a hundred attorneys in offices across the country, Earthjustice pursues three key goals to secure a just, flourishing world:


Our nation’s laws protect the magnificent natural spaces and wildlife we have inherited from previous generations. Earthjustice enforces those laws to protect what we know to be irreplaceable wildlife and wild places, for this and future generations.


We fight for a future where children can breathe clean air, no matter where they live; where products in our homes are free of toxic chemicals; and where all communities are safer, healthier places to live and work.


Earthjustice’s legal victories strengthen the rise of clean energy, laying the groundwork for the systemic change we must see. At stake is nothing less than our children’s—and our planet’s—future. With the generous investment of our members, we are pursuing nearly 400 active legal cases. Earthjustice’s decades of success are thanks to strong partnerships with hundreds of organizations—and hundreds of thousands of passionate supporters. Because we believe as you do. These are fights we cannot lose.

Flint Rising

Flint Rising, a project of The Advocacy Fund, is a coalition of community organizations and allies working to ensure that directly impacted people are building the organizing infrastructure and leadership necessary for this long-haul fight for justice and creating the future that Flint families need and deserve. The Flint Rising Coalition, through resident-to- resident contact and extensive community conversations, has identified three demands that should be met immediately by representatives in the Michigan Legislature:
  1. Replace all damaged service lines immediately using Flint workers
  2. 100 percent water bill reimbursement dating back to April 2014 and until the water is deemed safe
  3. Health and education services for all children, adults and seniors in the community

GlobalGiving – Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

Hurricane Harvey has caused widespread, catastrophic flooding and damage in Texas and along the Gulf Coast. This fund will provide relief to survivors in the form of emergency supplies like food, water, and medicine in addition to longer-term recovery assistance to help residents recover and rebuild. All donations to this fund will exclusively support relief and recovery efforts from this storm.

Honor the Earth

Honor the Earth’s mission is to create awareness and support for Native environmental issues and to develop needed financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable Native communities. Honor the Earth develops these resources by using music, the arts, the media, and Indigenous wisdom to ask people to recognize our joint dependency on the Earth and be a voice for those not heard.


Founded in 1966, UPROSE is Brooklyn’s oldest Latino community-based organization. An intergenerational, multi-racial, nationally recognized community organization, UPROSE promotes sustainability and resiliency in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood through community organizing, education, indigenous and youth leadership development, and cultural/artistic expression. Central to our work is advocacy to ensure meaningful community engagement, participatory community planning practices, and sustainable development with justice and governmental accountability. As lead advocates of climate justice, UPROSE views the just urban policy—ranging from transportation to open space—as the heart of climate adaptation and community resilience.

Utah Organizations

American Red Cross of Utah

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

The Utah Region of the American Red Cross is part of the largest and most diverse service organization in the United States. We serve more than 2.8 million people and cover nearly 85,000 square miles spanning 29 counties.

We provide food and shelter in emergencies, assist members of our armed forces and their families, teach lifesaving skills, and more. All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money from the American people.

LDS Charities

LDS Charities is the humanitarian arm of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Our purpose is to relieve suffering, foster self-reliance and provide opportunities for service. Unique in its support structure, LDS Charities has access to the resources of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which include funding and local volunteer support. More than one million workdays of labor are contributed each year by volunteers in support of welfare initiatives.

LDS Charities sponsors relief and development projects in 189 countries and give assistance without regard to race, religious affiliation, or nationality. Aid is based on the core principles of personal responsibility, community support, self-reliance, and sustainability. Largely run with volunteer labor, we operate both independently and in cooperation with other charitable organizations and governments.

Peaceful Advocates for Native Dialogue and Organizing Support (PANDOS)

PANDOS is a Utah-based, Native and environmental rights organization that began in September 2016 in response to the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests at Standing Rock. The Standing Rock struggle has brought a spotlight to the interconnected issues of environmental racism and Native sovereignty that have long been ignored. These issues effect and unite Native and non-Native communities alike, all across America. We work with community leaders, tribal leaders and activists to raise visibility for Native American and environmental issues through dialogue, education, mass mobilization, and direct action.

PANDOS welcomes people of all colors and creeds to join together in solidarity to promote healing dialogue and protect our shared home. We seek to educate the public and influence decision-makers to create policy that addresses the impacts of systemic racism and environmental injustice. We are an all volunteer organization – join us today!

Peaceful Uprising

Peaceful Uprising is committed to defending a livable future through empowering nonviolent action and seeks to change the institutional and social status quo at the root of the climate crisis, and move toward a just and healthy world. By pushing the reality of the climate crisis to the forefront of the public forum, Peaceful Uprising aims to secure the attention and inspire the revolution the climate crisis requires.

Sierra Club – Utah Chapter

The Utah Chapter of the Sierra Club is a grassroots volunteer organization dedicated to:

  • Protect and promote Utah’s outdoors and natural landscapes
  • Educate and advocate for the responsible preservation of clean air, water and habitats
  • Support the development of sustainable renewable energy for the benefit of present and future generations

SLC Air Protectors

The SLC Air Protectors, inspired by Standing Rock, is a Native American led inclusive organization to recruit volunteers, raise awareness, perform community service, support existing initiatives, and take direct action that will address the on-going air pollution crisis in Utah.

Souther Utah Wilderness Alliance

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance is the only non-partisan, non-profit organization working full time to defend Utah’s redrock wilderness. Our power comes from people like you from across the nation who want to protect this irreplaceable heritage for all Americans.

Utah Diné Bikéyah

Utah Diné Bikéyah’s mission is to: “Preserve and protect the cultural and natural resources of ancestral Native American lands to benefit and bring healing to people and the Earth.”

Utah Diné Bikéyah provides critical tools, training, and technical support to the five Tribes—Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, Ute Mountain Ute, & Uintah Ouray Ute—who are leading the call to protect the Bears Ears cultural landscape as a national monument. Specifically, UDB provides:

  1. Traditional Ecological Knowledge research and mapping
  2. Public lands policy analysis
  3. Native American grassroots community organizing
  4. Public education

Utah Tar Sands Resistance

Utah Tar Sands Resistance is a grassroots organization of people determined to prevent the imminent threat of tar sands and oil shale mining in Utah, the Colorado Plateau region and, ultimately, the entire world. Preparations for the first tar sands mine in the United States–like clear-cutting forests and scraping “overburden” from the land–has begun and continues in Eastern Utah our Vigil has been there to witness, record and STOP the project.