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Energy Democracy: Co-op Power – A Profile in Cooperative Ownership View

Energy Democracy: Co-op Power – A Profile in Cooperative Ownership

In this profile, we feature Co-op Power, founded in 2004 as a multi-race, multi-class, consumer-owned energy cooperative that promotes access to sustainable energy for communities in Massachusetts and Southern Vermont. Co-op Power secures resources for local leaders working to create community-owned clean energy projects and businesses, energy efficiency teams, and green jobs training programs that serve the needs of the region’s low-income communities and communities of color.

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CSI Statement on Orlando Shootings

CSI Statement on Orlando Shootings All of us at Center for Social Inclusion (CSI) are... Read more > View all press Releases >

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How to Measure Progress Towards Racial Equity in your Work

Join us on July 13th from 1-2:30 PM EDT for a webinar on tools to measure progress toward racial equity in your work.

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How to Measure Progress Towards Racial Equity in your Work View

CSI Statement on Orlando

No matter where we stand, we must denounce homophobia, transphobia, misogyny, racism, xenophobia, and Islamophobia, and we work together to pass common-sense policy that makes us all safer.

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Watch 2016 Energy Democracy Symposium Highlights

On February 5, 2016, over 150 people gathered at The New School in Manhattan for the 2016 New York Energy Democracy Symposium. People from a variety of sectors came together to discuss innovative approaches to energy democracy. Together, symposium attendees and presenters grappled with the challenges and value of moving towards a just transition to accessible renewable energy for all people in New York State.

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