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Green 2.0 Deputy Director Adriane Alicea talked with Eddie Love, Program Manager at The Ocean Foundation about drawing strength from community, how to use organizational resources to promote equity and not worrying about having uncomfortable conversations.

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The Future of World Ocean Day

Green 2.0 Deputy Director Adriane Alicea talked with Bill Mott, Director of the Ocean Project, to discuss his reflections on World Ocean Day, young people’s leadership in ocean conservation and what’s next for The Ocean Project.
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Asian-American and Pacific Islander Leaders on the Future of The Environmental Movement

Green 2.0 Digital Marketing Manager Shao Zhi Zhong recaps our May 19 event with AAPI leaders in the environmental sector.
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Join us at Capitol Hill Ocean Week 2021

Kris Sarri, President and CEO of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation writes a guest blog on this year’s Capitol Hill Ocean Week’s focus on racial equity and how you can participate on June 8-10.
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Environmental Justice Cannot Be An Uncertainty

Social justice and environmental conservation are inextricably linked, and today’s youth are connecting the dots between both. EarthEcho’s Philippe Cousteau and Sadie Blancaflor write a guest blog post on the inspiring work of young leaders in the environmental movement.
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Building Power in the Environmental Movement

The environmental law field has been slow to diversify and there is widespread agreement that diversity is critical to providing high quality work that has a deep and lasting impact. Bethany A. Davis Noll and Richard L. Revesz write a guest blog post on a series of events the New York City Bar’s Environmental Law Committee and Green 2.0 partnered on this year to highlight diversity and racial equity in the environmental law field.
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