Environmental injustice, the unequal distribution of the effects of environment degradation, such as pollution, is a major international issue. One example of this has and continues to occur in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, the site of a coal power plant. The emissions of the plant blow into neighborhoods, polluting people's homes and leading to significant health issues. However, many of the people consuming the energy produced by this coal plant are unaware of its impacts on other communities. Fortunately, local organizations in Madison, Wisconsin have made it their mission to spread the word about this issue. By problem-solving solutions and assembling people to take action, even the smallest efforts can make a difference. Hopefully, solutions like these can be applied on a large scale to further push this positive environmental movement forward.