Environmental Equity

Environmental Equity focuses on the emerging green economy in order to make sure that communities of color not only have a clean environment, but also benefit from the economic opportunities made possible by environmental efforts.

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2012 Annual Report

We are excited to share with you our 2012 Annual Report. 2012 was a remarkable year for Greenlining and our constituents. For the first time in United States history, the majority of American babies born are non-white. It is projected…
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Green For All Social Enterprise Brief

Have you ever wondered about marketing a service to generate income for social good? If so, this would be a quick primer that might be helpful to get you started. A social enterprise is a project w/n an organization that…
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Electric Vehicles: Who’s Left Stranded?

Less than 10 years after all of General Motors’ EV1s were recalled and destroyed, electric vehicles are back, and being looked to as a major part of the solution to climate change,air pollution, and America’s dependence on oil. But serious…
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2010 Annual Report

Communities of color have a huge choice to make. We can either position ourselves to be seen as a vibrant solution to the nation’s economic woes, or we can be silent and brace for the backlash. At Greenlining, we have…
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California’s New Majority

California became a majority minority state in 2000, when for the first time just over half of the state’s population was nonwhite. Recent projections from the California Department of Finance show that in 2040 people of color will represent nearly…
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2009 Annual Report

2009 was a time of great crisis, to be sure. But it was also a time of renewal — and, as President Obama has said, a time to look forward, not back. We envision Greenlining as an organization that will…
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