Indigenous Women and Girls Virtual Gathering & Leadership Training

The Alaska Community Action on Toxins and Native Movement is hosting a four-day web event, Indigenous Women and Girls Virtual Gathering & Leadership Training on February 22, 24, 26, and March 2, 2021. This 8-Day virtual event is FREE and will run from 1 PM — 7 PM each day. Discussions will include Climate Change, …

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Savannah is Hiring an Energy Analyst

The City of Savannah is looking to hire an Energy Analyst. “As our new Energy Analyst, you will support the development and implementation of an equitable and regenerative 100% Savannah energy transition plan that is directly informed by community feedback and science.“This work will involve significant interaction and engagement with internal departments and divisions, public sector and …

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Greenversations: Fade to Black — Just and Equitable Climate Change Platform

Join us during the month of February 2021 forGreenversations: Fade to Black Dr. Mildred McClain kicks off 2021 with a series of virtual events in February exploring the work and energy Black people put into the struggle for Environmental Justice, a Just and Equitable Climate Change Platform, achieving Energy Justice & Environmental Justice for All, …

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Community Research Opportunity: Community Block Assessment and Digital Literacy Training

Dr. Sacoby Wilson and his Community Engagement Environmental Justice and Health (CEEJH) Lab team are reaching out to let you know about an upcoming research opportunity funded by the AARP Community Challenge program. This study will strictly observe COVID-19 guidelines. Our “My Block Counts” Project focuses on reducing the digital knowledge gap between older adults and younger populations …

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Ga. lawmakers push bills to limit local government sway over energy rules — Georgia Recorder

<<Please go to the Georgia Recorder website to see their full article>> “… I think Savannah’s message is especially persuasive–the city is on the front lines—already experiencing climate change challenges. It is outrageous the general assembly is trying to mess with Savannah’s best efforts to adapt [to the effects of climate change] by requiring gas connections …

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The RAY Fellowship Program

Applications are now open for theRAY Conservation Fellows and RAY Clean Energy Fellowship programs. The Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Diversity Fellowship Program Fellowship Program aims to increase and facilitate conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy-related career pathways for emerging leaders of color. The RAY Fellowship Program is a two-year paid fellowship designed to equip recent …

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Toy Drive For Children

The Coastal Coalition for Children is hosting a toy drive!! The Coastal Coalition for Children are collecting new toys for children ages 0-12 to provide Christmas gifts to the families in our program! To “adopt” a family or drop off items, please contact us at 912-650-0538 or [email protected] Arrangements can also be made to pick up …

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Free COVID-19 Testing Available

The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is offering free COVID-19 testing. Call 912-230-9744 for a screening and to schedule a test. Visit their COVID-19 Data Page for in-depth information on cases (by age or zip code), hospitalization data, transmission rate or mortality information for the state of Georgia.

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