EPPTC Early Bird Registration Still Open!

There’s still room in our upcoming Exploring Power, Privilege and Tools for Change Retreat (2 ½-day immersion) on February 17th – 19th at Alton Collins Retreat Center. And there’s still time to register at the Early Bird rate of just $825! This retreat engages environmental professionals who seek information, approaches, and tools to become more effective diversity, equity, and inclusion change agents. For more information visit our EPPTC webpage. This course is ideal for individuals at the intermediate levels of understanding diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Are you ready? Register here when you have about 15 minutes to complete the registration process: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FHQ2GQJ
Registration after November 22, 2014: $975
Registration after January 3, 2015: $1075

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Our Theory of Change

The Center for Diversity & the Environment grew out of the belief that everyone has a place in the environmental movement. Everything we do at CDE supports this vision of inclusivity. We build bridges between communities of color and the environmental community, fostering a fundamental revolution of the environmental movement–into an equitable, inclusive, and diverse coalition of people at work on a wide array of environmental issues. We believe that diversity strengthens and enriches our work and makes the environmental movement more relevant than ever. Alumni of our programs carry this work forward and out into their communities: they are the change agents and ambassadors of the changing face of environmentalism.

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Our Vision & Mission

We envision a healthy, flourishing planet and society that sustainably and equitably meets the needs of all its citizens through an environmental movement that is diverse, inclusive, successful, vibrant, and relevant, taking into account the needs, perspectives, and voices of all. The Center for Diversity & the Environment racially and ethnically diversifies the U.S. environmental movement by Developing Leaders, Diversifying Institutions & Building Communities.


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