Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions works with a wide variety of partner organizations to advance mutual goals. Here are some of them.

Plant NoVa Natives

Audubon-At-Home & Plant NoVA Natives

Our collaboration with Plant NOVA Natives and Audubon At Home (AAH) empowers faith communities to conduct comprehensive assessments of their grounds through the AAH program. By offering on-site visits and tailored recommendations, we’re taking a significant step towards creating wildlife-friendly and habitat-enhanced environments to all  congregations.

Climate Action Alliance of the Valley

Climate Action Alliance of the Valley

Based in Harrisonburg, VA, the Climate Action Alliance of the Valley (CAAV) is dedicated to climate change concerns. FACS’s collaboration with CAAV extends from pressuring government officials at all levels to prioritize the reduction of fossil fuel production to maintaining a lively climate change discussion in the valley. CAAV recognizes climate change to be the foremost issue of our time.

Eco Action

EcoAction Arlington

EcoAction Arlington educates, advocates, and acts to create a sustainable community by improving our natural environment, encouraging environmentally-friendly behaviors, ensuring environmental justice, and addressing the climate crisis. With programs like Energy Masters, the Tree Canopy Equity Program, and a variety of school programs, FACS and EcoAction Arlington offers many ways to engage with the planet on a hyperlocal level.

Fairfax Healthy Communities

Fairfax Healthy Communities

Envision a Fairfax County where people can live, work, and play in connected communities that are healthy, sustainable, and inclusive. This vision recognizes that the intersections of equity, housing security, walkable, bikeable neighborhoods, transit-oriented communities, clean air & water, access to green space, and food come together in one word: health.

Virginia Conservation Network

Virginia Conservation Network

Founded as the Conservation Council of Virginia in 1969, Virginia Conservation Network (VCN) began as a roundtable of major conservation groups and has grown to include over 150 Network Partners across the Commonwealth including FACS. VCN is committed to building a powerful, diverse, and highly-coordinated conservation movement focused on protecting our Commonwealth’s natural resources.