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5 Environment Organisations To Follow In 2022 (Part 1)

We want to see a stronger, more collaborative environmental movement in 2022. And because we always try our best to bring about the changes we want to see in this world, we’ve reviewed 5 of our favourite environmental organisations on Instagram.

@earthrise.studios : beautiful designs that amplify the voices of those most affected by the climate crisis.

earthrise is a digital platform and creative studio. They use design, film, and storytelling to communicate the climate crisis.

@theslowfactory : thought-provoking content about the systemic root causes of environmental issues.

Slow Factory is an open education institute, independent research lab, and a regenerative design incubator.

@intersectionalenvironmentalist : important work dismantling patriarchal, racist, colonial and sexist approaches to environmentalism.

Intersectional Environmentalist (IE) is a climate justice community and resource hub centering BIPOC and historically under-amplified voices in the environmental space. They curate accessible educational resources + experiences while serving as an incubator to spark ideas, promote collaboration + connect their community with grassroots environmental justice efforts.

@futureearth : mixture of good news, inspirational quotes and deep dive educational content. Served with short & sweet captions, and a lot of colour.

Future Earth is a community and online platform that seeks to inspire meaningful engagement with the climate crisis through education on social media.

@aimhilive : range of climate educational content, plus useful stuff that helps you work out how to become an activist.

AimHi Earth is the education-to-action organisation activating, inspiring and empowering changemakers around the world.

They're building and cultivating a community of nature-first thinkers to build the future we all deserve.

Part II will come out next month. Do you follow any of these wonderful orgs already? Who’s your favourite?

P.S. This post is not sponsored. Organisations not listed in any particular order.


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