For the first time in decades, Oakland County has new leadership. With climate change growing ever more urgent, a group of environmental organizations and other stakeholders have developed the first-ever Climate, Jobs and Justice platform, setting goals to put us on the path to a safe world. Sign on below to tell the Oakland County Commissioners that you want Oakland County to be a leader in climate action and justice for all.
The 2020 Oakland County Climate, Jobs, and Justice Platform is a framework that includes five pillars for our future: climate justice, transit/transportation, clean water, energy justice, and democratic access. It has been endorsed or supported by the League of Conservation Voters, Clean Water Action, Michigan Interfaith Power and Light, the NAACP, Sierra Club, Michigan Coalition for Human Rights, Southeast Michigan Jobs with Justice, and more.