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The Green 2.0 Movement Podcast

Join us as we talk with our partners, activists, and leaders in the environmental movement on issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.


EP 1: The Green Diversity Dilemma

We know climate change impacts people of color the most. But environmental NGOs and foundations have been slow to reflect that in their hiring. This blocks the path to the c-suite for people from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, according to Green 2.0’s 2022 Transparency Report Card.


Green 2.0 Deputy Director Adriane Alicea examines this problem with Trishna Gurung, a Washington, D.C.-based communications professional who brings her lived experience as a woman of color and immigrant to her passion for storytelling and advocacy campaigns. Together, they explore the findings of the report card and discuss how to change workplace cultures to better promote and retain leaders from diverse backgrounds.


EP 2: Closing the Environmental Wage Gap

Employees’ salaries are not always indicative of their ability to do their job. Many workers, especially women of color, face pay disparities based on gender, race, or ethnicity. That’s why Green 2.0 created the Pay Equity Pledge to challenge every environmental organization to analyze if their staff is paid equitably.


Green 2.0 Digital Media Associate Naomi Hill examines the problem with Robyn Arville, Chief People and DEI Officer at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a pledge participant. They discuss why it's critical for environmental organizations to promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice through their internal practices.


EP 3: Coming soon!

We are working on another episode for you! Stay tuned for more insightful conversations with exciting guests.