February 3, 2016  Green for All has helped to create more than 10,000 jobs for low-income people and people of color in green industries. I like to build things that solve problems and have had a very exciting career doing it.  Read more
By Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Van Jones As we celebrate Earth Day, it's a good time to remember that pollution and climate change aren't just environmental issues. They're justice issues. Worldwide, people of color shoulder a heavier burden from toxic water, contaminated air, and dwindling natural resources. The same is...
By Rev. Dr. Ambrose F. Carroll, Co-founder of Green The Church and works with Green For All As a child growing up in California, my parents would joke that we were from Hollywood. Our family was from Holly, Louisiana -- and Holly was down in the woods.Thirty miles from Shreveport,...
Oakland – Some of the most influential African American church leaders in the country are joining forces with the U.S. Green Building Council and Green For All to launch Green The Church, an effort to reach 1,000 black churches and address the disproportionate impacts of climate change and pollution on communities...
African American church leaders have partnered with the nonprofit Green For All and the US Green Building Council to combat climate change. The “Green the Church” campaign seeks to include 1,000 churches, representing congregants that total in the millions. “The black church has always joined hands with other faith traditions...
Who wants to praise the Lord while suffocating in greenhouse gases and other pollutants? Not I — and certainly not the nation’s top church leaders. A thousand Black churches across the U.S. are teaming up with the U.S. Green Building Council and Green for All to combat climate change. They...
It’s time for an ecology theology. That’s the message of several influential African American church leaders who’ve joined environmental and civil rights activist Van Jones to preach the “green” gospel. Believing that fighting for climate change and protecting the environment is simply a part of good, Christian stewardship over the...
Leaders of the "Green The Church" movement launched a new effort this week to help 1,000 African-American congregations take action on climate change. Green The Church, its organizers said, "aims to bring the benefits of sustainability directly to black communities." It includes a partnership between Green For All, the California-based...
By Adrianna Quintero, Director of Constituency Engagement, NRDC Black History Month calls for a celebration of the visionary environmental leadership of black individuals and communities, as well as an examination of the many environmental injustices faced by people of color in our country. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the extreme weather...

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