Top Environmental Agencies Release Diversity Data
 

Top Environmental Agencies Release Diversity Data

New America Media, News Report, Andrew Lam, Posted: Apr 23, 2015

On April 22, 2015, which marked the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, Green 2.0 released the names of over 25 of America’s leading environmental advocacy organizations who voluntarily submitted their diversity data to GuideStar.

 

Every Day Is Earth Day: Indigenous Insights on the Health of Our Mother

 

Indian Country, Commentary, Terri Hansen, Posted: Apr 22, 2015

As we celebrate Earth Day for the 45th time, the organizers are calling it the most important commemoration in history and urging everyone to sign an online petition entreating the world’s leaders to stop burning carbon.

 

Is Diversity at the Gates of the ‘Green Insiders Club’ Just a Dream?

 

El Observador, News Report, Jenny Manrique, Posted: Apr 16, 2015

How does one get into the mainstream environmental organization’s “Green Insiders' Club,” where minorities are underrepresented?

 

Nicaragua's Grand Canal: No Indigenous Consent, and Probable Environmental Catastrophe

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Rick Kearns, Posted: Apr 06, 2015

Scientists are warning against the construction of a massive canal in Nicaragua, and an indigenous community is suing the government.

 

The Jaguar Corridor: Protecting the Sacred Cat

 

Indian Country, News Report, Steve Russell, Posted: Apr 03, 2015

Unfortunately for the sacred cat, his beautiful coat progressed from hunting trophy to fashion statement.

US Pledges Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cut to UN

 

New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 01, 2015

The Obama administration on Tuesday, March 31, pledged to take further steps in addressing climate change by cutting United States greenhouse gas emissions by 26 to 28 percent, based on 2005 levels.

 

Solutions for Drought Are in the Hands of Residents

 

Korea Times , News Report, Kwang Hee Lee, Posted: Mar 27, 2015

The Santa Clara Valley Water District is encouraging people to actively participate in water conservation.

 

Nearly a Decade After Katrina, 81% of Homes are Rebuilt

 

Louisiana Weekly, News Report, Staff, Posted: Mar 26, 2015

It has become painfully evident that much more time will be needed for the entire city of New Orleans to recover from the 2005 storm.

 

To Fight the Drought in California, We Need More Than Just Rain

 

New America Media/El Observador, News Feature, Jenny Manrique, Posted: Mar 19, 2015

California regulators on Tuesday voted to ban watering lawns more than twice a week, and said restaurants could only serve water if customers request it.

 

Environmental Movement Feeling the Heat - To Diversify

 

New America Media, News Report, Anna Challet, Posted: Mar 06, 2015

A Green 2.0 study found that people of color did not exceed 16 percent of staff at any environmental organization surveyed.

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