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Are Environmental Internships Creating Pathways to Careers Social Media Toolkit

Internships play a crucial role in the pathway to careers in the environmental sector, but far too often, they are not accessible to or reflective of the diverse cultures and backgrounds of aspiring young professionals. Systemic barriers, including lack of diversity and inclusion in organizations, unpaid internships, advantages of having pre-existing networks, and prohibitive requirements of prior experience, make it difficult for young people from marginalized communities to enter the movement.

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Leaders from U.S. Territories on Environmental Justice & Community Resilience Social Media Toolkit

A long and living history of colonialism in the U.S. territories has created circumstances where those most impacted by climate change and natural disasters have the least say in decision-making about their livelihoods and futures. Destructive federal policies have fractured communities from their rightful access to the resources necessary to address these challenges, but movements to turn this tide have been creating meaningful change. 

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Community Leaders of Color on Supporting Environmental Justice Organizations Social Media Toolkit

Small environmental justice groups are the leaders of the environmental movement. However, they do not receive the resources needed to sustain their organizations and communities. Everyday environmental justice groups led by people of color are fighting environmental hazards and power structures to achieve equity. Join Green 2.0 and the Partnership for Southern Equity (PSE) for a discussion with leaders of color who are running environmental justice organizations, strengthening their communities, and protecting our environment.

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Environmental Grantmakers on Diversity in Philanthropy Social Media Toolkit

Join Green 2.0 and Energy Allies to learn from the expertise of women of color leading the clean energy transition. We need to center diverse perspectives in the just transition to clean energy to rebuild connections, create accountability, and prioritize accessibility to all our communities. Alongside our communities, we’re working to build a new path for renewables that creates a more equitable energy future.

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Women of Color Revolutionizing the Energy System with their Careers Social Media Toolkit

Join Green 2.0 and Energy Allies to learn from the expertise of women of color leading the clean energy transition. We need to center diverse perspectives in the just transition to clean energy to rebuild connections, create accountability, and prioritize accessibility to all our communities. Alongside our communities, we’re working to build a new path for renewables that creates a more equitable energy future.

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Green 2.0 2022 NGO and Foundation Transparency Report Card Social Media Toolkit

For the sixth consecutive year, Green 2.0 is excited to present the NGO and Foundation Transparency Report Card. This report provides critical data on the diversity found on the staffs and boards of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and foundations. The 2022 report card reflects data collected from NGOs on the number of people of color on their full-time staffs, boards, senior staffs, and heads of organizations, as well as diversity, equity, and inclusion practices.

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2022 Green 2.0 NGO and Foundation Transparency Report Card Release Event Social Media Toolkit

On December 13th, Green 2.0 will release its sixth NGO & Foundation Transparency Report Card. This year’s report will reflect data collected from over 80 environmental NGOs and foundations on the racial and ethnic diversity of their full-time staff, senior staff, heads of organizations, and boards. It will include new diversity, equity and inclusion metrics, and provide comprehensive updates on progress being made in the movement.

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