A global community that fosters
generosity, love, equity and the shared
principles of sustainability and social
We believe clean, affordable, and equitable solutions are now
available to improve the health of our planet and the quality of
life of all communities, especially the Latinx and those most
vulnerable to global warming.
Latinx believe global
warming is hapenning
Latinx have never been
contacted by a climate organization
Eligible Latinx voters in the
last presidential election
Sachamama brings climate change to the
forefront of mainstream Latinx conversations.
Through partnerships with multi-national Spanish-speaking media outlets, and a growing network of influencers, we work to increase media coverage and develop media campaigns and messaging that build public support on climate issues, clean
energy, and sustainable lifestyles.
National Campaign with Telemundo
covering our work
Sachamama builds community capacity and
resilience in local communities.
Leadership cohort in Yakima, Washington
Through an accredited leadership curriculum, interactive audiovisual resources, and peer-to-peer networking, we tap into communities’ knowledge to determine their strengths and support community-led climate solutions.
trained in 7 cities
Actions taken by
Executive Director WRC&D
Washington Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network
Sachamama infuses Latinx communities with the energy and knowledge necessary to kickstart change through the Climate Innovation Lab (CIL). The CIL model provides the foundation for community organizing and the CIL team authentically and passionately commits to helping others identify local priorities, develop meaningful strategies, and achieve their goal of finding climate solutions that work for people and the environment.
Environmental Chemistry PhD Candidate
Florida International University
Sachamama brought the powerful, uplifting, and inclusive Fundamentals of Climate Leadership Micro-Credential Course to FIU that gave me a new perspective on how I view my connection with nature. This collaborative effort to implement a local climate solution included FIU students from a variety of majors, all working to help educate, inform, and bring the community around the Little River in Miami. Sachamama provided the structures and tools to enhance the Little River CLean-Up 2022 and spread a contagious love for nature, which we are all part of.
Environmenatl Justice Program Manager
Latino Community Fund
Sachamama and the CIL program brought an important instrument of skills and knowledge to our Community. They helped develop a safe space of conversation in the process allowing the community to lead with their own distinguished qualities and characteristics. Sachamama helped focus the community in problem-solving a solution-focused way. The understanding and detail to diversity and cultural heritage of community engagement helped greatly with the trusted messenger setting of leadership. LCF is grateful to have been part of this partnership.
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