by Jen Koons
A Chicago nonprofit is building energy efficiency jobs programs in working communities that for too long have been shut out of the clean energy boom.
October 01, 2018
A community-led affordable housing development with rooftop solar is just one stop on PUSH Buffalo's path to energy democracy.
July 30, 2018
Hunts Point residents breathe fumes from 15,000 trucks a day. Now the neighborhood wants to clear the air and build wealth with community solar.
May 14, 2018
by Nina Lobo
Meet Nina, our new Associate Manager for Host Site Operations and a recent UT grad. Learn about what brought her to Groundswell, what she was doing before she got here, and what building comm
March 29, 2018
Brooklyn's UPROSE is leading efforts to address the region’s growing climate & economic resiliency needs. We spoke with city planner & UPROSE member Ryan Chavez to discuss why he thinks the i
March 16, 2018
by Quentin Anthony Anderson
After our Black-Green History campaign, we reflect on how those leaders are redefining what "green" really means.
March 15, 2018
by Taryn Tuss
Can the race toward clean energy across the country fuel an economic renaissance in the communities of color hit hardest by pollution? A NY-based environmental justice alliance is intent on
February 27, 2018
This year, Groundswell celebrates another 28 Black-Green Leaders making a difference throughout the country and in their respective communities. These Black-Greens are transforming the defint
February 01, 2018
Groundswell is working with solar battery storage company A.F. Mensah on solar storage integration & resilience for our first community solar project in Baltimore at The Empowerment Temple. T
A longtime sustainability leader, Maryland's Mount Rainier turns to wind power as much for its business benefits as its climate ones.
December 12, 2017
This Veterans' Day, Groundswell sat down with our new Director of Host Site Operations, Lenwood Coleman in the latest edition of "My Road to Groundswell." He talks about his 11 years in the A
November 10, 2017
Whether in his Baltimore community or before the U.S Supreme Court, Anthony W. Robinson is on the front lines of the second wave of the civil rights movement: economic development.
October 03, 2017