Environmental Justice demands that public policy be based on mutual respect and justice for all peoples, free from any form of discrimination or bias, and affirms the sacredness of Mother Earth, ecological unity and the interdependence of all species, and the right to be free from ecological destruction.
PLAN works to put People and Planet first. We believe that in order to achieve climate justice we must address the root problems driving the climate crisis: economic inequality, structural racism and unbridled capitalism.
PLAN envisions a world where we can make a just transition to a new economy by
We are deepening the fight for climate justice by building a diverse base of informed and active Nevadans including low-wage workers and coalition partners from non-conservation backgrounds. Leveraging a People, Planet First framework, PLAN seeks to forge Nevada’s path to a just transition away from fossil fuels, toward a 100 percent clean energy future; a world that also benefits our workers and communities of color.
Our strategic local and national campaigns focus on keeping fossil fuels in the ground and implementing the Clean Power Plan as a first step in addressing the climate crisis.
PLAN organizers identify and train grassroots leaders from affected communities in order to carry out popular education, identify key structural reforms and implement policy changes.
Climate change will disproportionately affect low-income communities and some communities of color, raising environmental justice concerns. Existing health disparities and other inequities increase vulnerability.