In 2021, the world experienced four mega weather events that each cost $20+ billion in economic loss: Hurricane Ida, flooding in Europe, flooding in China and unprecedented winter weather in Texas and parts of Mexico. Credit: Patricia Grogg/IPS
In response to the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) in Congress, members of
the Green Leadership Trust (GLT) drafted a sign-on letter to express concerns that key
provisions of the newly-passed Inflation Reduction Act will delay progress towards just
climate policies and compound harm on communities already disproportionately
burdened by the effects of climate change.
The Honorable Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House US House of Representatives Room H-305, The Capitol Washington, DC 20515 The Honorable Chuck Schumer Majority Leader US Senate Room S-221, The Capitol Washington, D.C. 20510 Dear Speaker Pelosi and Leader Schumer: The Green Leadership Trust (GLT) is a cross-organizational network that builds the power of the […]
GLT IRA Response Sign On Letter- White House
Dear President Biden:
The Green Leadership Trust (GLT) is a cross-organizational network that builds the power of the environmental movement by expanding the impact and leadership of Black, Indigenous, Latinx and all people of color serving on its Boards of Directors.
For decades, environmental activists along with some government officials and scientists have argued that rich countries should pay the most to address climate change, and even pay poor countries reparations, because industrialized nations have historically emitted the most greenhouse gases.
Following last month’s disastrous landmark decisions from the Supreme Court, GreenLatinos Founding President & CEO Mark Magaña released the following statement:
The 2022 election for the Sierra Club’s Board of Directors election concluded on April 27. Based on a vote count carried out by Election Services Co.
BLACK ENVIRONMENTALISTS HAVE MADE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO HELP PREVENT FURTHER ESCALATION OF THE CLIMATE CRISIS.
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) invites you to watch a briefing about the Justice40 Initiative and how it can deliver benefits to frontline communities.
Climate change affects us all, but historically marginalized populations are worst impacted. In addition, environmental organizations that work on climate change lack racial diversity and therefore the skills to address equity challenges.