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Green groups’ diversity push stalls in key areas — report

Green 2.0, a group that promotes diversity in environmental organizations and foundations, issues an annual report card tracking groups’ efforts to boost diversity on their staffs. This year’s report — the seventh consecutive analysis — includes data from 73 nonprofit groups and 25 foundations.

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‘Come on, it’s 2021’: Advocates demand diversity in hearings

“There are some committees that continue to not be diverse,” Andrés Jimenez, the CEO of Green 2.0, told E&E News recently, “and have all white panelists, all males. And it’s like, ‘Come on, it’s 2021. How can you bring someone in to talk about communities of color if you don’t have that background?’”

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Audubon CEO steps down amid internal turmoil

By Jeremy P. Jacobs, Read on E&E News National Audubon Society CEO David Yarnold will be stepping down next month, the organization announced, citing “cultural issues that have come to light” as the group faced botched diversity training, two rounds of layoffs and a burgeoning staff unionizing effort over the last year. Board chair Maggie…

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