Aaeon Bartley, PUSH Buffalo Founder

Bartley Praised For Building PUSH Buffalo Into A Powerhouse

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The Buffalo News published the below editorial on Aaron Bartley, founder of grantee PUSH Buffalo. Aaron Bartley firmly believes in “founder’s syndrome,” the notion that a founder of an organization can stay on as leader too long, bringing stagnation or worse. So, the executive director of People United for Sustainable Housing, the dynamic grassroots organization… Read more »

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New Study Finds 100% Renewable Energy Feasible

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Making a global transition to 100% renewable energy has long been a dream of many, but new research published this week by the Lappeenranta University of Technology has proven it is no longer just a dream but a viable reality — a reality that is more cost-effective than the current fossil fuel-reliant system. Presented on Wednesday… Read more »

Solar United Neighbors of Florida Counters Corporate Power

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As part of their co-op coverage, Next City highlighted the work of grantee Solar United Neighbors of Florida: Cooperatives allow individual and community groups to expand solar rights. “Solar cooperatives” are spurring more solar installations in communities across the country. In the Sunshine State, for example, FL Solar United Neighbors (SUN) is doing its best to bolster… Read more »

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WECAN Amplifies Women’s Voices in the Fight for Climate Justice

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New initiative highlights on-the-ground climate solutions that uplift women’s leadership Despite countless global studies that attest to women’s unique vulnerabilities and life-saving ingenuity in the face of climate change impacts, CNN and Media Matters have reported that only 15 percent of those interviewed in the media coverage of climate change have been women. To address… Read more »