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GREEN NEW DEAL
RESOURCE HUB

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A Hub for Our Future
Advancing the decade of the Green New Deal
Around the country, a movement is building to make the 2020s the “Decade of the Green New Deal”. Rising intersectional crises of economic inequality, racial injustice, and the climate emergency necessitate a mobilization on every level. We support coalitions across the country in the once-in-a-generation fight against climate change while...

• creating good paying jobs,
• dismantling unjust institutional practices,
• and building community power.


The Green New Deal Resource Hub continually gathers information to support local efforts and elevate bold solutions for transformative climate justice.
A Hub for Our Future
Advancing the decade of the Green New Deal
Mapping Momentum
Green New Deal Efforts Around The Country
As Green New Deal momentum builds across the globe, information sharing and bridge-building are crucial to creating long-term, widespread success. The Hub has begun to map out which countries, regions, states, and cities have launched GND efforts. We hope mapping efforts will enable regional connectivity and multi-scaler collaboration.

Please reach out about any other efforts you think belong on the map!
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Click through the steps below to understand how to use the hub
1. Explore the Principles

Adapted from the Boston Green New Deal and Just Recovery Plan, these principles draw on fundamental truths embedded in generational and place-based knowledge of what it means to be sustainable and promote wellbeing.

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2. Check out Action Areas

Discover toolkits, policy models, research, and  reports from around the world. These action areas provide a dynamic collection of resources with ongoing efforts encompass the  complex and intersectional nature of climate justice politics.

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3. Dive into Strategies

Designed to help answer some of the “how” questions when it comes to making local Green New Deals a reality, these resources come from the strategy insights of grassroots organizers and policy practitioners across the world.

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4. Subscribe to our Newsletter

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and celebrating climate justice victories from around the globe, our weekly newsletter, Praxis for the Planet, is the people’s climate justice newsletter.

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5. Join the Movement

Interested or involved in the climate justice movement? Working towards a GND in your community? Contact us below to connect and collaborate.

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