About RE-AMP

RE-AMP is an active network of 160 nonprofits and foundations across eight Midwestern states working on climate change and energy policy with the goal of reducing global warming pollution economy-wide 80% by 2050. The Network brings environmental, labor, faith, youth, energy, conservation and other groups together to develop common priorities to achieve its goals in the areas of Clean Energy, Coal, Energy Efficiency, Global Warming Solutions, Transportation, and Local Solutions.

Member organizations form the backbone of RE-AMP. The member organizations elect a steering committee, which guides the policy formation, fundraising, and evaluation of the system as a whole. RE-AMP is staffed exclusively by employees of member organizations, who provide the part- and full-time staff that make up RE-AMP’s functional leadership. Member organizations can get involved by participating in one of five working groups and making use of the many shared resources RE-AMP has to offer. RE-AMP provides many resources for members in line with collaboration, learning as a network, and media training

RE-AMP Partnership

Climate Generation has been a RE-AMP member since 2008. Youth Programs Director, Abby Fenton was the RE-AMP Youth Caucus Coordinator from 2009-2016, engaging youth across the Midwest in the RE-AMP Network. In 2013, Climate Generation Executive Director, Nicole Rom, was elected by the Network as an At Large Member to the RE-AMP Steering Committee through July 2017 and served in a variety of capacities, including on the Executive Committee.