EJCW works within a Community-to- Capitol framework connecting the most pressing needs of our disadvantaged community partners to our network of partners and agencies statewide. You’ll find us organizing and educating on the front lines as well as advocating and counseling behind-the-scenes. Our aim is to effectively influence the intersections of water justice and environmental justice, community health, and human rights issues from community to global levels.
Our work is rooted in the communities most affected by environmental injustice. Issues and solutions are identified through our regional chapters and statewide work groups. We are positioned in the Capitol where we connect communities with state agencies so that we can, as a coalition, bring about change multilaterally through advocacy, education, training, litigation, community organizing, capacity-building, and by providing technical assistance.
Human Right to Water (AB 685), Statewide
Disadvantaged Community Project Financing, Statewide
Subsistence Fishing and Beneficial Uses Resolution, SWRCB
Local Governance and Water Rights, Weed CA
Climate Change and Water Equity, The Bay Area CA
Crystal Geyser Anti-Bottling Campaign, Mt. Shasta CA
Water and Sanitation for the Homeless, Sacramento CA
Bay Area Water Justice Program
Salinas Valley Disadvantaged Community Drinking Water and Wastewater Pilot Planning Project
Lawyers Collaborative for Legal Capacity-building and Corporate Representation
North Monterey County emergency and interim drinking water
Resilient Communities Initiative
California Environmental Justice Alliance
Environmental Water Caucus
Safe Water Alliance
Sacramento Valley Water Justice Network
Climate Resilience Initiative
Oakland Climate Action Coalition
Santa Clara Valley Water District Strategic Plan Advisory Committee
California Water Commission Surface Water Storage Stakeholder Advisory Committee
For more information about EJCW’s work, please contact an EJCW member today!
EJCW offers a low-cost fiscal sponsorship service to small and upstart organizations that wish to operate as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, but for which it does not make sense in the near- or even long-term to create a new 501(c)3 organization.
For more information about becoming a fiscally sponsored project (FSP) with EJCW, please contact our Executive Director by email at <email@example.com>
Drought and Equity in the San Francisco Bar Area, 2016. EJCW & Pacific Institute
EJCW Resource Archives