To build organizing capacity to engage members and low-income residents of Rhode Island on issues related to public transportation access and climate justice.
To stimulate public policy discourse by objectively examining and communicating the evolving Latino experience in Rhode Island.
To build and strengthen a base of low-income and working class people, people of color, and immigrants statewide, and in the four “gateway” cities of Lynn, Holyoke, Worcester, and Springfield in particular, to make progress on racial, economic, and environmental justice.
To work toward environmental justice and greater quality of life through collective action, unity, education, and youth leadership in Chelsea, Boston, and across Massachusetts.
To work toward climate, transportation, and energy justice.
To enable Green Justice Coalition members—Clean Water Fund, Alternatives for Community and Environment, and Community Labor United—to participate in the Massachusetts Transportation and Climate Initiative table to ensure tangible transportation benefits and safeguards for overburdened and underserved communities in Massachusetts in TCI and complementary policies.
To increase grassroots and environmental justice advocates’ engagement in the Transportation and Climate Initiative process in Connecticut to ensure that the concerns of overburdened communities are taken into account.
To elevate the voice of transit and environmental justice advocates to ensure that Connecticut and New York engage in and commit to an equitable TCI program.
To expand and accelerate electric vehicle adoption in New England to a broad cross-section of society.
To accelerate deployment of plug-in electric vehicles and infrastructure in Vermont.