The largest student environmental organization in the world. SEAC'S goal is to put students in contact with the resources to best fit their needs.
Is a national organization dedicated to building progressive movements on college campuses.
Is dedicated to educating, training, and organizing a diverse, national network of young leaders to protect the environment.
Are leading environmental and consumer watchdog organizations serving to preserve the environment, protect consumers and promote democracy
(FTP!) is a campus-based movement to confront polluter lawlessness and government inaction through local, regional, and national action. FTP! is a growing network of 600 campuses, provides campaign resources, organizing
consultation, and networking to empower and activate our generation around
key environmental issues.
(SSC) is the student-run arm of the Sierra Club. The SSC exists to empower younger people to take effective action for our planet.
Is a national, nonprofit organization that is youth-driven and nonpartisan. Their vision is to build the most effective program to help young people, ages
10-14, improve the environment through developing citizenship skills and addressing real environmental issues in their communities and nationally.
Supports service-learning programs in schools, colleges, and community organizations that engage nearly one million youth in service in the areas of education, public safety, the environment, and other human needs.
It's goal is to connect individual students and student groups to each other, to JustAct, and to other relevant campaigns and coalitions to share knowledge and experiences, promote critical thinking, and enhance collective action around global issues.
(YES!) is one of the leading youth-run environmental organizations in the world. YES! conducts a national speaking and workshop tour, as well as three week long summer Action Camps in seven countries.
(GR) has created a worldwide network of people and organizations that takes action on environmental issues. In collaboration with the local people who are working on a problem, GR provides background information and encourages members to write personal letters to specific officials who have the power to make positive changes.