ecoAmerica builds institutional leadership, public support, and political resolve for climate action and advocacy in the United States. Through our three sector-based programs and our network of nearly 100 trusted national organizations and their affiliates, we reach into local communities across the nation with training and incentives that expand and empower the base of effective local activism. Read our latest Impact Report including a letter from our Founder and President, Bob Perkowitz.
ecoAmerica reaches millions of Americans from all walks of life through a rapidly growing network of 200+ mainstream institutions and leaders from outside the traditional environmental movement.
Reaches 2 Million Health Professionals
Our Climate for Health program partners with America’s leading health associations and institutions to make climate change a top national health priority.
Reaches 57 Million Congregants
Our Blessed Tomorrow program works with leaders from across a diversity of traditions to care for creation and elevate their leadership on climate change as a moral, religious, and justice issue.
Making a Difference
ecoAmerica’s resources, guides, and over 150 special topic videos make climate understandable and actionable.
ecoAmerica offers psychographic and values-based research, research on trends and consolidates social science into guidance, communications research, and tested messaging guidance for effective climate conversations.
ecoAmerica convenes national events, bringing together prominent leaders from diverse sectors to build and share knowledge, forge new alliances, amplify collaboration, and inspire fresh strategies for effective climate action.
The American Climate Leadership Awards honor and recognize outstanding achievements in local, regional and national climate advocacy and action.
The American Climate Leadership Awards announces the 2023 Selection Committee which includes leaders from various sectors who are dedicated to climate change awareness and solutions.
Over half of Americans report feeling fearful, anxious, and angry when they think about climate change.
This post is part of a Mental Health Awareness Month blog series that highlights “Closer Look” perspectives from the 2021 edition of Mental Health and Our Changing Climate. This is a reprint from…
Climate change is no longer the realm of future scenarios and political banter, it’s a frontline community challenge now being addressed with pragmatic activities to confront 2025 and 2030 realities. From the deep south of Jackson, Mississippi to Illinois to the Hawaiian islands, this year’s ACLA semifinalists represent…
The year of 2022 has been especially politically radicalizing for me and our team at Climate Mobilization Project (CMP). We have been reflecting on the way our movement has been pouring in…
ecoAmerica’s Meighen Speiser and Nicole Hill, MPH, were recently published in Elsevier’s Journal of Climate Change and Health. Their article, Training Health Professionals on Climate Change Communication…
How You Can Make a Difference
Our partners lead by example and engage their members in climate action, adaption, and advocacy by joining dozens of the peer organizations in ecoAmerica’s Climate for Health, Blessed Tomorrow, and Path to Positive Communities programs.
ecoAmerica’s Ambassador training will empower and equip you to inspire your community, colleagues, the public, and policymakers to take action on climate change that makes a difference.
Please support ecoAmerica’s work in building climate leadership and ensuring a healthy and prosperous world for our families and future generations.