The Justice40 Initiative allocates 40% of clean energy investments into disadvantaged communities. We look at states that have defined environmental justice communities, and ask how many people live in them? And is that number proportional to the benefits being targeted toward them?
IEJ seeks two to three full time Program Directors to join our dynamic, nascent, and growing team.
The Initiative for Energy Justice’s Justice in 100 Case Studies (Beta Version) is now available by request. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the report.
This policy brief presents short- and medium-term recommendations for western states adapting to the effects of climate change.
Recording: Learn about the Justice in 100 Scorecard, a rubric for evaluating 100% clean energy laws passed by states and territories, developed by the Initiative for Energy Justice.
What can we each do to advance equity and justice in our field of work? IEJ’s newest tool, the Justice in 100 Scorecard, answers this question specifically in the context of renewable energy standards, a policy framework now central to the transition to renewable energy.
IEJ’s newest report is meant to provide a flexible basis from which to expand systems of accountability regarding equity goals in the implementation of 100% renewable energy (or 100% clean energy) policy.
There are two research fellowship opportunities available with the Initiative for Energy Justice. Read more and apply today!
Recording: Join Shalanda H. Baker, IEJ’s Co-Founder and Co-Director, and author of the new book ‘Revolutionary Power: An Activist’s Guide to the Energy Transition,’ for a discussion and Q&A.
This policy brief provides recommendations for policymakers and advocates concerning utility shutoffs and consumer protections during the COVID-19 pandemic.