The Extreme Energy Extraction Collaborative doesn't have a traditional coalition structure. Substantive decisions about our Summits are made through a consensus process within the Summit Planning Group. The Collaborative is focused on providing a space for dialogue and collective learning between as many working organizers as possible, not on forming a new organizational structure. Summit Planning Group is composed of organizers from organizations that participate in E3C. Summit Planning Group is always open to new members, so contact us if you want to get involved. The Planning Group is supported by a small central staff composed mainly of our founders that is responsible for fundraising, maintaining infrastructure, and questions of organizational development.
Participating Organizations: Catskill Mountainkeeper, Coalition to Stop Pilgrim Pipeline, the FANG Collective, Another Gulf is Possible, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, Center for Sustainable Economy, Southern Illinoisans Against Fracturing our Environment, Manitoba Energy Justice Action Coalition, S.T.A.N.D. LA, East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice, Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples, Seeding Sovereignty, Delaware Riverkeeper, Energy Justice Network, Natural Resources Defense Council, STAND, and Greenpeace.
The Extreme Energy Extraction Collaborative is fiscally sponsored by Catskill Mountainkeeper.