15 Oct '11, 8am

Sustainability Movement is in Dire Need of Minority Outreach

Sustainability Movement is in Dire Need of Minority Outreach

The 350.org movement has been extraordinarily successful in uniting a plethora of organizations under its mission of cutting CO2 emissions. It has been reaching many non-affiliated people with its savvy social media skills. Its grassroots efforts have energized people all over the world. Yet even 350.org seems to be lacking substantial participation from America’s minority groups. Why? Trying to find an answer to this question shows that hardly anybody tackles this problem head-on. Part of the answer, however, can be found in the proposals for solutions. Julian Agyeman, Chair of the Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning Department at Tufts University , argues that it is time to develop strategies for greater ethnic inclusion now that it is no longer only a moral issue, but one of necessity. An article featured by The Center for Diversity and the Environment argues th...

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2011/10/sustainability-enviro...

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