BEA participants represent grassroots organizing groups, networks and national allies, big greens and philanthropic organizations. The majority of BEA participants are from the grassroots sector.

If you are interested in becoming a BEA Participant, please complete our Application to Participate

BEA Grassroots Participants 

4th World Foundation
Agri-Cultura Network / La Cosecha
Aina Momona
Alliance for Appalachia
Alternatives for Community & Environment (ACE)
American Sustainable Business Council
Black Mesa Water coalition / To Nizhoni Ani
Catskill Mountainkeeper
Center for Coalfield Justice
Center for Earth, Energy & Democracy
Center Pole
Central California Environmental Justice Network
Central Florida Jobs with Justice
City Slicker Farms
Climate Justice Alliance
Coming Clean
Communities for a Better Environment
Community to Community Development
Delaware Concerned Residents for Environmental Justice
Dream of Wild Health 
East Michigan Environmental Action Council
East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice
Education and Training Institute Inc. (New Labor) 
EJ&HA for Chemical Safety
Energy Justice Network
Environmental Community Action (ECO-Action)
Family Farm Defenders
Farmworker Association of Florida, Inc.
Fuerza Unida
Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA)
Got Green
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
Green Door Initiative
Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy
Gwich'in Steering Committee
Indigeneous Environmental Network
Ironbound Community Corporation
Jesus Peoples Against Pollution
Just Transition Alliance
Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
LA VIA CAMPESINA (North America) - International Peasant Movement
Los Jardines Institute
Louisiana Rise
Mauna Kea Education and Awareness
Miami Workers Center
Movement Strategy Center
Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment
Native Movement
New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance
New York City Environmental Justice Alliance
Northern Plains Resource Council
Open Space Institute
PODER (Austin)
PODER (People Organizing to Demand Environmental & Economic Rights)
Powershift Network
Redeemer Community Partnership
Rising Tide
Rural Coalition
Society of Native Nations
Soil Generation - 4DaSoil
Soul Fire Farm Institute, Inc.
SouthWest Organizing Project
Southwest Workers Union
Special Service for Groups/Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement (SSG/APIFM)
Stay Together Appalachian Youth Project
Sustainable Nation
Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services
The Deep South Center for Environmental Justice
The Women of Color in leadership Movement
UnKoch My Campus
Uprooted & Rising (a project of Real Food Generation)
WE ACT for Environmental Justice
We Want Green Too
West End Revitalization Association (WERA)
Wisconsin Green Muslims
Youth on Root
Zero Waste Detroit Coalition

BEA Greens Participants
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
Rainforest Action Network (RAN)
Sierra Club
Union of Concerned Scientists

BEA Funders