The environment sector is currently one of the least ethnically diverse. On 3 September, Green Alliance hosted an event about racism in the environment sector: why we must change and how we can do it. This podcast episode brings your the event's highlights. Can you spare a few moments to fill out a quick 2 minute survey about the Green Alliance podcast? We'd love to hear your feedback: https://forms.gle/wXzgcRcFWq4MwYwu6
On the 3rd of September, Green Alliance hosted a webinar about how, as a sector and a wider movement, we can address racism in our work to tackle the climate and nature crisis.
During the event, we heard reflections from Mya-Rose Craig (Birdgirl), founder and president, Black2Nature, Charise Johnson, policy advisor (public), The British Academy and Sufina Ahmad, director, The John Ellerman Foundation.
All three speakers are leading the way in creating a more diverse and inclusive sector, their challenges, concerns, and a few hard truths, as well as their advice on the right way forward.
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