Fighting Dirty Energy and Waste Facilities Workshop

This workshop guide from the Energy Justice Network is a perfect outline for facilitators interested in hosting a 2 hour workshop on taking grassroots action against dirty energy entering communities. Grassroots action has been proven to be extremely effective against dirty energy. The guide includes:

-Discussion topics

-Example tactics

-Finding allies

-Tips for movement building

-Assessing actions

And much more!

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