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We Are Working for a More Just And Sustainable World!
Eco-Justice Collaborative uses its blog posts to raise awareness; share information about our campaigns; and to advocate solutions for today's most pressing environmental challenges.

Illinois Senate to Vote on Climate Bill

Illinois Senate to Vote on Climate Bill

On Tuesday, June 15, Illinois Senators will be back in Springfield to vote on an historic climate and energy bill that has the Governor's support ... READ MORE
Growing Clean Energy Jobs Downstate

Growing Clean Energy Jobs Downstate

Growing Clean Energy Jobs Downstate: Did you know that Illinois has the most clean energy jobs in the Midwest and the fifth most nationwide? ... READ MORE
Middle Fork Advisory Committee Reconvening

Middle Fork Advisory Committee Reconvening

The IDNR will reactivate the Advisory Committee put in place by the Middle Fork's Corridor Management Plan, so proposed man-made changes have public input ... READ MORE
Thanks to You - IL Coal Ash Rules Adopted!

Thanks to You – IL Coal Ash Rules Adopted!

With the recent adoption coal ash rules, Illinois residents will be safer and our surface and groundwaters will be cleaner! ... READ MORE
Lobby for Climate and Justice

Lobby for Climate and Justice

Lobby with EJC on April 26 and help pass the Illinois Clean Energy Jobs Act, a comprehensive energy bill that puts equity at its center! ... READ MORE
Clean Energy Jobs Act

Energy Bill Passes IL House Committee

Illinois House Committee moves the Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA) forward! Ask your state representative to support the bill when it comes to the floor ... READ MORE
Illinois House Discusses CEJA

Illinois House Discusses CEJA

On Monday, March 15, 2020, the Illinois House Energy and Environment Committee will be hosting a hearing on the comprehensive Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA) ... READ MORE
EJC Asks IDNR to Inspect Riverbanks

EJC Asks IDNR to Inspect Riverbanks

Six feet of unmitigated erosion along riverbanks could potentially destabilize the Old East Ash Pit, sending coal ash into Illinois' National Scenic River ... READ MORE