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The RE-AMP Network

Think Systemically,  Act Collaboratively

The mission of the RE-AMP Network is to set collective strategy and enable collaboration on climate solutions in the Midwest. Our North Star Goal is to equitably eliminate greenhouse gas emissions in the Midwest by 2050.

While some member organizations focus on policy advocacy, others work in frontline communities or focus on building the political will necessary for climate action. Over 130 groups including The Minneapolis Foundation, Great Plains Institute, Joyce Foundation, Ohio Citizen Action, Little Village Environmental Justice Organization, Climate Generation, Michigan Energy Options, McKnight Foundation, Sierra Club, Center for Rural Affairs, and many others bring a diversity of perspectives that not only position the Network to build a broader and more effective climate movement in the Midwest, but also amplify Network members’ collective power and ability to achieve results. By thinking systemically and acting collaboratively as peers, funders and advocates within the RE-AMP Network have been working diligently over the last decade toward our shared goal.

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  • Boston substation fight fuels push to reform how energy projects are sited January 26, 2022
    A new bill by Massachusetts state Rep. Adrian Madaro would expand the state’s Energy Facilities Siting Board to include voices from historically marginalized groups and require more proactive outreach to communities. Boston substation fight fuels push to reform how energy projects are sited is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering […]
  • Virginia clean energy job training program climbs its own learning curve January 25, 2022
    After going dormant at the start of the pandemic, a Richmond-based workforce training program is once again exposing Black and other underrepresented residents to the career possibilities in solar and energy efficiency. Virginia clean energy job training program climbs its own learning curve is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering […]
  • Bronx fire highlights how energy-efficiency push could save lives beyond climate change January 24, 2022
    A deadly fire in New York City was caused by a space heater, which many low-income tenants had to use in the inefficient building. Bronx fire highlights how energy-efficiency push could save lives beyond climate change is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would […]
  • Xcel’s long-range plan faces pushback over role of fossil peaking plants January 21, 2022
    The utility’s integrated resource plan in Minnesota relies on natural gas peaking plants to help balance intermittent renewables and meet peak demands. Clean energy groups argue that better alternatives exist. Xcel’s long-range plan faces pushback over role of fossil peaking plants is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean […]
  • An Indiana carbon storage project wants the state to help protect it from lawsuits January 20, 2022
    An Indiana company wants to sequester carbon deep underneath property that it doesn’t own, and it wants assurance from state lawmakers that it won’t easily be held responsible if problems arise in the future. An Indiana carbon storage project wants the state to help protect it from lawsuits is an article from Energy News Network, […]

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