ecoAmerica starts with people to genuinely understand and address Americans’ core concerns and how they relate to climate and sustainability. We seek greater effectiveness in the way we engage with people, always with the goal of growing the base of support. Our vision is of a coalition of the whole. As Americans, we can join across our differences to solve the biggest problem that affects us all: climate change.

Our Approach:

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We employ deep and predictive consumer research that tells us which Americans are ready to move on our issues, and how we can activate them.

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We then design programs with partners in other sectors who will effectively reach and motivate the many sectors, regions, cultures ad values that make up mainstream America.

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Finally, we catalyze national engagement  programs, that inspire participation to transform how Americans live, work, pray, and play.

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The result is a measurable and lasting increase in awareness, understanding and action among the engaged audience.

If we want Americans to change their priorities, we need to change ours.  We need to make people a priority and connect with core values while keeping climate justice at the forefront of all our efforts.

All of our researchsummits, and programs are grounded in partnerships. We invite strategic collaboration to further collective success.

Together, we can do more.

ecoAmerica 2017 Impact Report

Everything about climate change is in a state of rapid shift. Energy technologies, the visible impacts of climate change we see all around us, our national political situation, and international progress are all more dynamic than we might have expected a few years ago. People and institutions all around the world are becoming more aware and engaged in climate - and it's not all good. ecoAmerica's mission is to build the support we need for climate action by working with America's trusted institutions. Read our 2017 impact report to learn about our proven model that can be scaled up quickly.

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