The Environmental Justice and the Common Good Initiative collaborates with the organizations listed below and seeks new partnerships that can help to advance community-driven research for environmental justice.
- Center for Sustainability
The Center helped to support our launch by serving as fiscal sponsor and website host for the Initiative’s 2019 conference on Environmental Justice and the Common Good. We continue to work closely together to infuse environmental justice in the university's operations, curriculum, and community outreach.
- tUrn Project
The Initiative is contributing to public programming by this project focused on addressing the climate crisis and is participating in tUrn’s Climate Crisis Research Group.
- Community-Based Participatory Research Group
The Initiative shares membership with this group and plans to organize co-learning events with it.
In California and Beyond
- Northern CA Environmental Justice Networking
The Initiative co-organizes events that convene faculty and staff from multiple universities in Northern California to share knowledge about environmental justice teaching and research.
- Community-Based Organizations and Government Agencies
Members of the Initiative and their students have produced environmental justice research with many organizations and agencies, including the following examples.
Center on Race Poverty and the Environment
Community Water Center
Electronics TakeBack Coalition
International Campaign for Responsible Technology
La Mesa Verde (Sacred Heart Community Services)
Loaves & Fishes Family Kitchen
Real Food Challenge
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition
Tuolumne River Trust
Agroecology and Livelihoods Collaborative, University of Vermont
In Jesuit Higher Education
- Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities Integral Ecology Affinity Group
The Initiative’s Chris Bacon is one of the founding core group of leaders of the organization, which strengthens research, education, and community engagement for environmental and economic justice among AJCUs and builds ties to international Jesuit higher educational institutions.