Center for Working Families

Allies

Hundreds of individuals representing many dozens of community groups, contracting companies, government offices and universities gave their time and expertise to assist with the development of the Green Jobs/Green NY policy.  Some of the institutions they represent are listed below.

  1. American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
  2. The Community Preservation Corporation
  3. Apollo Alliance, National
  4. Apollo Alliance, New York State
  5. Association for Energy Affordability
  6. BK Solutions LLC
  7. Blue Wolf Capital
  8. Bronx Community College Center for Sustainable Energy
  9. Building Performance Contractors Association
  10. Building Performance Institute
  11. Capital One Bank
  12. Center for American Progress
  13. Center on Wisconsin Strategy
  14. Citizens Campaign for the Environment
  15. Communications Workers of America
  16. Community Environmental Center
  17. Con Edison
  18. Conservation Services Group
  19. Cornell ILR
  20. Cornell University
  21. DeutscheBank
  22. DeutscheBank Americas Foundation & Community Development
  23. Dyck RBC’s SRI Wealth Management Group
  24. Earth Kind Energy
  25. Enterprise Community Partners
  26. Environmental Advocates of NY
  27. Eugene Lang College, The New School
  28. Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
  29. Fleron Cornell University School of Industrial
  30. Former NYS First Deputy Comptroller
  31. Greater NY LECET
  32. Green City Corps
  33. Green For All
  34. Green Harvest Technologies
  35. Hugo Neu Corporation
  36. Hunger Action Network of NYS
  37. IAQ Technologies
  38. Laborers’ Eastern Region Organizing Fund
  39. Laborers’ Local 10, LIUNA
  40. Lemle & Wolff, Inc.
  41. Lowell Center for Sustainable Production
  42. Make The Road NY
  43. Mason Tenders’ District Council PAC, LIUNA
  44. Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein PC
  45. National Employment Law Project
  46. National Grid
  47. Natural Resources Defense Council
  48. New York Industrial Retention Network
  49. New York Power Authority
  50. New York University
  51. Northwest Bronx Community Clergy Coalition
  52. Nos Quedamos
  53. NY Jobs With Justice
  54. NY League of Conservation Voters
  55. NY Oil Heat Association
  56. NYC Building Trades Council
  57. NYC Central Labor Council
  58. NYC Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning
  59. NYPIRG
  60. NYS Audubon Society
  61. NYS Consumers’ Union
  62. NYS Energy Association (former)
  63. NYS Laborers’ Employers Cooperation and Education
  64. NYS Weatherization Directors Association
  65. Oil Heat Institute of Long Island
  66. OWIP, EERE, US Department of Energy
  67. Pace Energy and Climate Center
  68. Partnership for the Public Good
  69. Pratt Center for Community Development
  70. Progressive States Network
  71. Public Financial Management, Inc.
  72. Public Utility Law Project
  73. Rockefeller Family Fund
  74. SEIU Capital Stewardship
  75. SEIU Local 32BJ
  76. Sierra Club – Atlantic Chapter
  77. Sierra Club/BlueGreen Alliance
  78. SRI’s RBC Wealth Management
  79. STRIVE
  80. Sustainable South Bronx
  81. TAG Mechanical
  82. Tellus Institute
  83. Thomas Shortman Training Center/SEIU Local 32BJ
  84. Town of Babylon, NY
  85. U.S. Green Building Council New York
  86. United Auto Workers/Working Families Party
  87. United Neighborhood Houses of New York
  88. United Steelworkers District 4
  89. University Neighborhood Housing Program
  90. UPROSE & New York City Environmental
  91. Urban Agenda
  92. WE ACT for Environmental Justice
  93. WHEDCo
  94. WNY Environmental Justice Office
  95. WNYCOSH
  96. Workforce Development Institute
  97. Working Families Party
  98. Youth Ministries for Peace & Justice
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