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New Global Green Recovery Collaborative Platform


Leaders and organizations worldwide called for a “green” social and economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, but plans to implement such a recovery did not materialize at a level sufficient to fully address climate change, biodiversity loss, pollution, and connected social injustices and inequity. While there is much information available for this topic, we need people — from conservationists to social and environmental justice activists — to work together to realize green recovery goals.


In response, PAJE founder Rosalind Helfand is co-leading a global team that has launched the new, online Global Green Recovery Collaborative (GGRC). The GGRC includes tools for people at the local, national, and global levels to connect and work together on projects that can contribute to a green recovery across regions and sectors. The featured tools are: Membership registration (free); Member to member communications system; Advisors sign up for providing expert advice to other members; Featured initiatives or projects curated by the GGRC team; Discussion boards; Curated blog posts; and Event Invitations. Explore the site and sign up here:


The international GGRC Team includes leading policy experts and conservation practitioners from Belize, Colombia, Ecuador, Fiji, Georgia, India, Israel, South Africa, Netherlands, Paraguay, and the United States.