The 2100 Project is a virtual atlas created by the McHarg Center at the University of Pennsylvania. The project is made up of maps that visualize many of the factors the Green New Deal must address, such as land use, energy, agriculture, economic impacts, and sea level rise. Their data is a helpful way to both see the big picture and get information on how specific factors affect your region.
Pathways to a People's Economy is the culmination of two years of research and collaboration with multiple networks, policy experts, community organizers, and stakeholders. It is a toolkit created by the New Economy Coalition to provide real examples of how to shift our economic conditions from the bottom up and help communities and organizations make concrete policy demands to advance a new economy – an economy for, by, and with the people. We highlight some of the sections contained within the toolkit in different action areas.
Green New Deal Superstudio is a national event that is open to design schools and professional practices to translate the core goals of the Green New Deal into design. They have compiled a list of resources to support people participating in the studios that could also be helpful to activists and policy practitioners. Resources cover many of our action areas and more.
Fighting Monopoly Power is an interactive report and toolkit focusing on how cities and states can fight the root causes of the concentration of corporate power in different sectors. It was created by The Institute for Local Self Reliance, a national research and advocacy organization with a vision similar to ours: thriving, diverse, and equitable communities. They work to build local power and fight corporate control.
Racial Equity Tools is designed to support individuals and groups working to achieve racial equity. It offers tools, research, tips, curricula, and ideas for people who are working at all levels. The selection is incredibly extensive, touching on strategy, evaluation tools, and a wide range of issues including environmental, food, and housing justice.