We’re speeding up diversity and inclusion within the environment sector to deliver climate justice now
The environment and conservation professions are amongst the least diverse in the UK. We created The RACE Report to focus on charities and funders working on environmental and conservation issues, highlighting the need for greater representation in sustainability and climate action.
The RACE Report 2022 shows the racial diversity gap between the UK working population and staff in environment, conservation, climate and sustainability charities.
Racial Action for the Climate Emergency is working with organisations to drive transparency that will create the impetus to go further and faster on diversity and inclusion.
Between April and September we collect comparable data from UK charities, trusts and foundations that predominantly work on, or fund, environmental, climate nature or sustainability issues.
In October and November we analyse the data and prepare The RACE Report, an annual summary report of the sectoral data. After the first year, this report will be accompanied by individual transparency cards for organisations above a certain size.
We provide case studies demonstrating initiatives that have helped progress equality, diversity and inclusion in organisations and the sector. We’ll work with participating organisations to discuss a potential sector-wide goal.
In 2023, and every year thereafter until at least 2027, we will repeat the survey and publish The RACE Report annually along with the online transparency cards for individual organisations.
In 2022, 91 organisations submitted data on the race and ethnicity of their staff members to The RACE report. The proportion of those who identify as people of color and racially or ethnically marginalised groups is...
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