“We want all Arkansans to benefit from the green energy transition.”

The Climate League encourages environmental justice and green energy conversations in low-income communities. We connect with grassroots leaders, listen, build relationships, and hold space for more Arkansans to participate in local climate education, energy efficiency resources, and clean energy initiatives. Our current primary grassroots focus is in Fort Smith. In 2023 we are multiplying our informational outreach efforts in friendship with Fort Smith’s Elizabeth McGill Center and others. Climate League supporters like you power these efforts.

Our multi-year River Valley Green Energy and Education Program (RV-GEEP) launched in 2022 with the October 20th River Valley Green Energy and Education Workshop held in association with the University of Arkansas Fort Smith (UAFS) College of Arts and Sciences, the UAFS College of Business and Industry, and the UAFS Center for Economic Development. We are excited to move RV-GEEP forward in the months to come.

In addition, we continue engaging in statewide collaborations: working with Arkansas environmental groups to deliver an Annual Arkansas Environmental Policy Summit and participating in the Arkansas Citizens’ First Congress coalition.


We strive to deepen our understanding and implementation of the  Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing

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