Congratulations to our two Anthony Grassroots Prize Winners, Winnemem Wintu Tribal Chief Caleen Sisk, and environmental justice advocate Denny Larson.
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On March 6, 2019, we lost Denny Larson – a friend, a teacher, a Rose Foundation grantee and funder, and a tireless partner in helping fenceline communities across our shrinking planet to demand environmental justice.
It takes a village to build a strong movement, but there is always one leader who goes above and beyond for their cause. One such person is our 2017 Anthony Grassroots Prize winner Regina Chichizola for her dedication to protecting the California watersheds.
The New Voices Just Breathing air quality monitoring project at Coliseum College Prep Academy has come to a close, with data that reported alarming levels of particulate matter in the school auditorium. Click to read more on this story and the future of environmental restoration.
Who inspires you to fight for a just, sustainable future? If somebody you know comes to mind, now is the perfect opportunity to nominate a champion of grassroots environmental activism for the 2019 Anthony Grassroots Prize!
Las voces de las personas más afectadas por la contaminación no siempre son las que se escuchan o se consideran cuando los responsables de la toma de decisiones gubernamentales o corporativas escriben las políticas que afectan la vida cotidiana de los miembros de la comunidad.
When you think about what it takes to demand clean water and air, to preserve our children’s future, and to protect wild places that nourish us and our planet – do you open your hand or clench your fist?