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Activists Tackle Transportation’s Role in the Climate Crisis

The Central Maryland Transportation Alliance was formed in 2007 as a diverse coalition of corporate and civic leaders uniting business, philanthropic, and institutional sectors around a common agenda: improving and expanding transportation options for the citizens and businesses of Central Maryland. In this blog, President & CEO Brian O’Malley discusses recent efforts to pass more climate-friendly transportation legislation in the state.

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Protecting Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice in 2024 Social Media Toolkit

In 2023, conservative activists seeking to reverse progress that makes our society more equitable, launched an attack on diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ). As we enter 2024, organizations and DEIJ leaders are working diligently to protect this critical work and evaluate how to continue to defend equity and justice for all. Join Green 2.0 for a conversation with leaders working on equity to discuss expectations for 2024 and how we can strengthen our commitment to equity and justice in the face of these challenges.

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Sisterhood Gardens: Where Environmental Justice and Intergenerational Communities Grow Together 

Dr. Chan, garden educator and food justice advocate, talks about the development of a community-based food security project called Sisterhood Gardens, in San Francisco, CA. What started out as a partnership with the city of San Francisco to offer garden plots led to a space for transformational change in our local community and a model for future mixed-use community garden spaces.

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Green Space for Teens: Thrive DC’s Vision for Local Underserved Youth 

Working with the National Park Service, Friends of Anacostia Park (FoAP) turns the challenge of revitalization into an opportunity for community uplift. We connect residents with meaningful, green employment and activate Anacostia Park as a vibrant convening point for all visitors. In this blog, FoAP highlights the history of the park and Thrive DC, an after-school program providing local teens the opportunity to connect with nature and build community.

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2023 NGO & Foundation Transparency Report Card Release Social Media Toolkit

On December 14th, Green 2.0 will release its latest NGO & Foundation Transparency Report Card. The report will include updated data about the racial and ethnic diversity of environmental organizations’ key decision-makers and staff, and contains new indicators of diversity and inclusion including gender identity, gender identity for staff of color, and disability status.

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