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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Statement 

Inclusion and Diversity Policy

The Global Warming Mitigation Project acknowledges that the impacts of climate change do not affect all communities equally and that decarbonization solutions must be inclusive and equitable. We recognize the imperative to ensure the outcomes of our efforts benefit all communities, including those most vulnerable and least responsible for climate change, and that the opportunities generated by climate solutions are accessible to all.
1. Diversity
We strive to create an environment that appreciates and respects individuals' various experiences, identities, and perspectives. This includes but is not limited to, differences in race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, ability, socioeconomic status, and national origin.

2. Equity
We are committed to fair treatment, access, opportunity, and advancement for all individuals. We recognize the historical and systemic disparities in access to financial and natural resources. We are dedicated to identifying and dismantling barriers to equity within our organization and in our work.

3. Inclusion
We foster a culture where all individuals feel respected, are treated fairly, and have an equal
opportunity to thrive and contribute. Inclusion means actively involving diverse groups in decision-making and ensuring that diverse perspectives are valued and considered.

4. Justice
We are committed to social and environmental justice, acknowledging that the burden of climate change often falls disproportionately on marginalized and disadvantaged communities. Our efforts are geared towards mitigating global warming and ensuring that our actions contribute to broader social justice goals.


1. Recruitment and Employment: We will ensure diverse staff, volunteers,
and leadership representation. Recruitment, hiring, and promotion processes will be equitable and transparent.

2. Education and Training: Regular training will be provided to all members of our organization to deepen our understanding of DEIJ issues, particularly as they relate to climate change and
environmental justice.

3. Community Engagement: We will actively engage with communities disproportionately affected by climate change, ensuring their voices and needs are at the forefront of our work.
4. Partnerships: In our collaborations with other organizations, we prioritize partnerships that advance DEIJ values.

5. Accountability: We will establish clear goals and metrics to measure our progress in DEIJ, and we will hold ourselves accountable through regular reviews and public reporting.

GWMP’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice is integral to our mission. We
acknowledge this is an ongoing journey, and we are committed to continual learning and improvement.
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