Mission Statement: To educate, advocate and agitate for renewable energy, pure water, clean air and a healthy environment for future generations.

We are a coalition of organizations representing landowners, community members, non-profits, and interest groups united to stop the construction of the Bakken Pipeline.

We are unapologetically rural. We stand up for the small family farmer and rancher, new business owner, and rural communities. For more than 40 years, we’ve been a leading force engaging people to build a better rural future. We live this work. Welcome to our rural revolution. We have offices in three main locations: Lyons, Nebraska; Nevada, Iowa, and Hartington, Nebraska.

Citizen’s Climate Lobby exists to create the political will for climate solutions by enabling individual breakthroughs in the exercise of personal and political power.

Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change. We’re creating the political will for a livable world by empowering individuals to experience breakthroughs in exercising their personal and political power.

Food & Water Watch envisions a healthy future for our families and for generations to come, a world where all people have the wholesome food, clean water and sustainable energy they need to thrive. We believe this will happen when people become involved in making democracy work and when people, not corporations, control the decisions that affect their lives and communities.

We’re building a climate movement to solve the climate crisis & develop a sustainable future.

The mission of Iowa Interfaith Power & Light (Iowa IPL) is to inspire and equip people of faith to become leaders finding solutions to climate change. Iowa IPL is a statewide organization that is mobilizing the religious community to become leaders in the movement for climate action through education, assistance with carbon footprints reductions, and advocacy for sustainable energy policies. We are currently working with over 300 congregations and have over 2,000 individuals on our monthly e-newsletter.

Spring 2011 marked the first tentative meetings of the Iowa City Climate Advocates at Trinity Episcopal Church in Iowa City. A group of individuals from widely different social, economic, faith, and political backgrounds came together bound by a common concern for the environment, with a desire to engage in effective and meaningful action to protect it. We hold these convictions: that it is our collective responsibility to protect this world on which all life depends, and that we are bound by human compassion to work towards social justice for those most greatly affected by our failure to do so.

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