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Progress on Diversity in the Green Workforce May Be Stalling, Annual Report Shows

By Kayla Benjamin. Read at The Washington Informer. Speaking on a panel with other environmental activists, nature education advocate Pinar Ateş Sinopoulos-Lloyd talked about the process of familiarizing oneself with a natural setting’s “baseline.” The environmental educator and activist offered an exercise: simply sit in a park or forest, and watch and listen to find out…

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Annual Report on Diversity in Environmental Sector Shows Incremental Progress

Black representation in the U.S. environmental sector has increased steadily in recent years but still falls short of truly reflecting the diversity of the American population, a new report released Tuesday by independent nonprofit Green 2.0 found. Among the 68 nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and 20 foundations that participated, every single entity had committed financial resources to diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in 2022. 

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