Frequently Asked Questions

Is CRCJ is a nonprofit organization?

The Connecticut Roundtable on Climate and Jobs (CRCJ) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that builds alliances among diverse constituencies to combat climate change, create jobs and promote racial, economic and environmental justice.

We believe the climate crisis presents an opportunity to build thriving local economies that are not only more sustainable but also more just and equitable.

What does CRCJ do?

The Connecticut Roundtable on Climate and Jobs (CRCJ) is building an environmental movement that protects not only the environment but also the livelihoods of workers and their communities. Our unique coalition brings together labor, environmental, social justice, and interreligious organizations to combat climate change, create jobs, and promote racial, economic, and environmental justice. 

Who does CRCJ represent?

CRCJ is a statewide organization. We represent the entire state of Connecticut.

How can I be involved to CRCJ's work?

There are many ways you can be involved in the work of CRCJ. You can…

  1. Make a one-time or recurring donation at any time, not just during our publicized donor events.
  2. Become a CRCJ Individual or Affiliate Member. Along with CRCJ membership comes a host of benefits including access to our exclusively curated newsletter and community forum, invitation to a variety of gatherings specifically for CRCJ members, and regular communication with CRCJ staff to keep you abreast of our projects as they progress.
  3. Attend one of our webinars or other meetings.
  4. Join a CRCJ letter writing campaign.
  5. Follow CRCJ on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
  6. Contact a CRCJ staff member.