Communities that have no or low-quality Internet are facing issues.
We believe the Internet and all the benefits it provides should be accessible, equitable, green, and available to all.
BIPOC communities are overburdened by climate change
Unable to obtain green or digital jobs
Lack access to climate change information
Less social mobility
Recover from disasters slower or not at all
Cannot fully build resilience
We are a nonprofit that connects divested communities and helps them build IOT driven climate resilience solutions.
We work to transform disaster-impacted places into climate-resilient, connected, and prosperous communities.
What we do
We partnered with colleagues at Georgetown University, ESRI’s Social Justice Team, and community leaders to document histories of how the digital divide shows up as digital, climate, and environmental (in)justice.
Imposter syndrome is fake. Just keep going. As I said, I have had struggles with this phenomenon. Then I realized it is the product of anxiety and to a lesser extent, societal expectations. It is not a real thing that can have an impact…
Natural disasters in recent years are steadily increasing, reaching apocalyptic levels. The Institute of Economics and Peace recorded 39 occurrences in 1960 that significantly jumped to 396 climate change disturbances in 2019.
A Monica Sanders nadie tiene que explicarle las amenazas del cambio climático. Proviene de una familia hondureña que tuvo que migrar por los efectos del Huracán Andrew en los 90´s y en el 2004 tuvieron que evacuar de Luisiana, Estados Unidos,
September is National Preparedness Month. Emergency managers and public safety professionals are on the frontlines of climate change. That is becoming part of a healthy conversation about our collective future.