Our Partners

The Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) addresses environmental justice issues affecting Asian American and Pacific Islander (API) communities in the US. APEN's activities include building the capacity of low-income API communities through leadership development and organizing campaigns, researching their needs, prioritizing youth leadership and building alliances among API organizations and communities. It was established in 1993.

310 Eighth Street, Suite 309, Oakland CA 94607
Phone: (510) 834-8920
Email: apen@apen4ej.org
Website: http://www.apen4ej.org

The Farmworker Network for Economic and Environmental Justice serves nine agricultural worker membership organizations from the US, the Caribbean and Mexico. It was established in 1994. The Farmworker Network works on:

    * reducing agricultural pesticide hazards
    * establishing worker protection standards and worker rights
    * supporting direct organizing
    * and promoting mutual support among agricultural worker organizations, sustainable agriculture, and occupational health and safety.

1902 Barton Park Road Auburndale FL 33823
      Phone: (863) 956-5183        
      Email: drpat@gte.net
      Website: http://www.farmworkernetwork.org

The Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), established in 1990, is an alliance of Indigenous Peoples empowering Indigenous Nations and communities towards sustainable livelihoods, environmental protection of our lands, water, and air and maintaining the Sacred Fire of our traditions.

       PO Box 485, Bemidji MN 56619
Phone: (218) 751-4967
Email: ien@igc.org
Website: http://www.ienearth.org

The Northeast Environmental Justice Network (NEJN), established in 1992, serves community-based organizations and environmental justice activists from the ten Northeastern states. Their activities include education, technical assistance, capacity building, and coordinating regional actions with a focus on air pollution, sustainable development, and children's environmental health.
271 West 125th Street, Suite 211, New York, NY 10027
Phone: (212) 961-1000
       Email: weact@igc.org

United Steelworkers (United Steel, Paper & Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied Industrial, and Service Workers International Union) represents over 850,000 working men and women in the United States and Canada. It was formed on April 14, 2005, by the merger of the United Steelworkers of America and PACE International Union (Paper, Allied-Industrial, Chemical and Energy Workers). It is the largest industrial union in North America.
3340 Perimeter Hill Drive, Nashville TN 37211        
Phone: 615-834-8590        
       Email: kromig@steelworkers-usw.org
Website: www.steelworkers-usw.org        

The Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice (SNEEJ), established in 1990, serves over 55 multi-racial and multi-issue community organizations throughout six states across the western and southwestern regions of the US and northern Mexico. They work on:

    * Border Campaign for Global Justice (BCGJ)
    * Land Use and Community Health Action Campaign (LUCHA)
    * Youth Leadership and Development (YLD)

       PO Box 7399, Albuquerque NM 87194
Phone: (505) 242-0416        
Email: info@sneej.org


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