Our Partners

climateplan_womantrain.jpg ClimatePlan is a coalition of nonprofit organizations with a broad spectrum of interests. We are all committed to improving planning in California to create healthy communities, address inequities, and reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

If your organization agrees with our mission, vision, and guiding principles, and is working on climate, land use, or transportation policy in California, join us!

Learn how to become a ClimatePlan partner here.

Our Partners

Steering Committee

California Walks
Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice (CCAEJ)
Catholic Charities Diocese of Stockton
Greenbelt Alliance
Housing California
Move LA
The Nature Conservancy
Public Advocates
Pacoima Beautiful 
Sequoia Riverlands Trust

Network Partners

American Farmland Trust
American Lung Association in California
Breakthrough Communities
Breathe California
Breathe California of Los Angeles County
California Bicycle Coalition
California League of Conservation Voters
California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN)
California ReLeaf
California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation
Catholic Charities Diocese of Stockton
Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment
ChangeLab Solutions
Circulate San Diego
Climate Action Campaign
Climate Resolve
Coalition for Clean Air
Endangered Habitats League
Environment Now
Environmental Council of Sacramento (ECOS)
Fresno Metro Ministry
Friends of Harbors, Beaches, and Parks
Human Impact Partners
League of Women Voters of California
Local Government Commission
Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
Pacific Forest Trust
Planning and Conservation League
Prevention Institute
Public Health Institute
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
Sacramento Housing Alliance
Safe Routes to School National Partnership
Sierra Business Council
Sierra Club
Sierra Nevada Alliance
Smart Growth America
SPUR (San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association)
Sunflower Alliance
The Trust for Public Land
Urban Habitat
Urban Land Institute San Francisco
Valley Improvement Projects
Walk Sacramento
Western Center on Law and Poverty



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