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Community Organizations

There are many community organizations dedicated to improving the environment, and state and national organizations that can provide technical assistance and information. The lists are separated by state or province where appropriate. (If you would like your organization to be listed, please see below.)



U.S. National organizations to call for help (alphabetical list).

  • CCHW Center for Health, Environment, and Justice - Falls Church, VA. Has provided technical and organizing help for thousands of community groups nationwide. Phone: 703-237-2249.
  • Clean Water Action - Washington, D.C. - Education and help for community groups. Phone: 202-895-0420
  • Communities Concerned About Corporations - Hyattsville, MD. Works with communities and industries on Zero Discharge projects. Address: 5401 42nd Ave., Hyattsville, MD 20781. Phone: 301-779-1000, Fax: 301-779-1001.
  • Ecological Consultants for the Public Interest (ECPI) - Boulder, CO. - A national, non-profit, foundation-supported consulting firm formed to provide citizens with professional services to help them understand, address and remediate environmental problems. Address: 1942 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302. Phone: 303-938-3773, Fax: 303-442-6622
  • Greenpeace, USA - Washington, D.C. - Provides a huge array of educational materials and news about pollution. Takes part in direct action and protest against polluters.
  • Mothers & Others - Dedicated to consumer education for ecological sustainability. Address: 40 West 20th Street, NY, NY 10011-4211. Phone: 212-242-0010, fax: 212-242-0545.
  • Organic Consumers Association, 3547 Haines Rd., Duluth, MN 55811, phone: (218) 726-1443, fax: (218) 726-1446

International organizations to call for help.

  • Greenpeace International - Famous for their forays with the Rainbow Warrior and others in their fleet, involved in virtually every aspect of environmental activism, from opposition to genetically modified organisms to monitoring sites of nuclear contamination.
  • Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA) is a nonprofit citizen-based NGO that advocates adoption of ecologically sound practices in place of pesticide use.

Support Organizations for Victims of Toxic Exposure, MCS, etc.

  • Protect All Children's Environment (PACE) exists to respond to the need for comfort and support by pesticide victims providing support to fellow pesticide survivors on an all volunteer, not-for-profit basis. There are no charges for information, counseling or other services. PACE is unique in that true empathy is expressed through shared experience. It was originally established in 1987 for people poisoned by the pesticide Chlordane. PACE has a Chemical Injury Recovery Fund that is attempting to serve as emergency assistance for people with chemical injuries and disabilities.  PACE also is sponsoring a program for children (and adults) called the Chemically Injured Therapeutic Riding Fund.  We help with funding and advice about obtaining least toxic therapeutic riding programs.   Address: E.M.T. O'Nan, Director, 2261 Buck Creek Rd. Marion, NC 28752. Phone: (704) 724-4221 Fax: (704) 724-4177

Resources for Grassroots Organizations

  • Clary Meuser Research Network (CMRN) - Mission: We are dedicated to providing the data, tools, and expertise that will help tribes, governments, community groups, and businesses communicate the various facets of environmental, health and social problems, solutions, and achievements in such a way that they educate, raise community awareness, and facilitate networking...
  • Conservatree - National advocate for chlorine-free paper. Address: 10 Lombard St., Suite 200, San Francisco, CA 94111. Phone: 415-433-1000, Fax: 415-391-7890.
  • The Agent Orange Website, hosted as a public service of Lewis Publishing Company, provides information about Agent Orange and to veterans on how to file Agent Orange claims.
  • Gary D. Moore is former (and last) Chairman of the Michigan Agent Orange Commission. He and other vets have assembled a wealth of information about the spraying of Vietnam with various mixtures of 2,4,5-T, some of which were heavily contaminated with dioxin.
  • H. Lindsey Arison III provides an Executive Summary of Agent Orange use in Vietnam.
  • Bill Patterson's personal website provides a graphic illustration of the human effects of Agent Orange exposure and how victims can attempt to fight off the ravages of its effects.
  • Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) - to create environmentally and economically sustainable communities through sound agricultural and trade policy.
  • IATP's Endocrine Disrupter Resource Center - basic information about hormone disrupters and links to groups working on this issue.
  • The JSI Center for Environmental Health Studies provides technical assistance in the field of environmental health to community; labor, and environmental organizations. The Center is part of the John Snow Research and Training Institute, a nonprofit public health organization providing public health education services, primarily in the areas of AIDS, family planning, and environmental health. Address: 210 Lincoln St., Boston, MA 02111. Phone: 617-482-9485.
  • Sierra Club Nuclear Waste Task Force - The Mission of the Nuclear Waste Task Force is to raise Sierra Club and public consciousness concerning the many sided, intermeshed, environmental problems associated with the production and management of nuclear waste. At a time when its accumulation is accelerating and no plan for its permanent isolation has been developed anywhere in the world, nuclear waste is one of the greatest problems of the twentieth century.
  • Paul Mobbs' UK Environmental Activism Website - an excellent information site, including UK version of Toxic Alert!
  • Rachel Carson Homestead Association - Maintains the home and grounds of the founder of the modern environmental movement, and offers educational materials, books and videos, including the outstanding PBS documentary "Rachel Carson's Silent Spring." Address: Rachel Carson Homestead, A Museum and Environmental Education Center, 613 Marion Avenue, Springdale, Pennsylvania 15144, Phone: 724-274-5459.
  • Reach for Unbleached! Foundation - consumer education about chlorine, Totally Chlorine Free paper products, and paper and pulp mill monitoring.
  • Stop Waste Management (WMX) - Website dedicated to exposing the giant multinational waste-handling firm and its subsidiaries. Organized by LEAD, 1516 Salem Ave, Dayton, Ohio, 45406.
  • Tellus Institute is a non-profit organization of scientists and planners working on environmental issues and energy planning since 1976. Through grants, the Institute has provided technical assistance and training to environmental groups. Their sponsors include foundations and government agencies and the local, state and national level. Their report Incineration: Decisions for the 1990s: A Guidebook For Citizens and Communities, prepared in cooperation with the JSI Center (above), is an excellent introduction and technical reference book for incinerator activists. Address: 11 Arlington St., Boston 02216-3411. Phone: 617-266-5400,
  • Work On Waste - Paul and Ellen Connett - help for anti-incinerator organizing efforts, publishers of Waste Not. Address: 82 Judson, Canton, N.Y. 

If you would like your organization listed in these pages, please send a mail message to Jonathan Campbell with the name of the organization, a short description about your environmental issues, the organization's email address, its URL (if any), and a phone number (only if desired - keep in mind that this site can be read by anyone).

Standard Disclaimer: The organizations listed here or elsewhere on this Website do not necessarily endorse the positions taken by CQS, nor does CQS necessarily endorse the positions of the listed organizations. The intention of the listings is to link us all in our struggle to make the earth safe for ourselves and our children.

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