August Recording,
Resources and Reflection

Thank you for registering for The Better Together Sessions! It was great to see everyone at the zoom meeting and wonderful to embark on these conversations together. If you didn't have a chance to join last night's session, we recorded it for you. 

We invite you to watch and share the recording, read through the chat log responses, explore the session resources provided below. We encourage you to use the time in-between sessions to reflect on how you can ensure equity in your personal climate work as well as our collective actions as ECA.

PLEASE give us some feedback:
What suggestions do you have for how ECA can become a more inclusive organization?  What type of training would be helpful in supporting you to be more inclusive and a better ally in your climate work? Let us know your thoughts in our feedback form. Click here.

And consider these questions over the coming month:
  • What are some steps you would like to take to ensure equity is centered in your work?
  • From your perspective, as climate activists, why should we place urgency around equity in climate justice work?

Next Session: Thursday, September 9, Climate and Environmental Justice. Please consider inviting and bringing a friend to the next session!
Don't forget to give us feedback. Click here.
August Session Resources (download printable version)

ECA’s Equity and Justice Guiding Questions for our leadership team, chapters and members.

Next Session: Thursday, August 12, Equity in Climate Action


  • Elders Action Network (ECA's Parent Organization) Me and White Supremacy Workshop, September 8 – October 13, 2021 Learn more or register



  • Clean and White the History of Environmental Racism in the United States by Carl A. Zimring
  • All We Can Save: Truth, Courage and Solutions for the Climate Crisis, Edited by Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson

  • CLIMATE EQUITY & INNOVATION: Laurene Powell Jobs is moderating a live conversation between BlocPower CEO Donnel Baird and U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm. Follow live as the three discuss ways the Biden administration and private sector can work together to tackle the impending challenges of climate change while fostering innovation, economic growth, and racial equity at the same time.
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