Earth Ethics, Inc
Research on environmental issues that might include an environmental justice, social justice, or public health component.
Tracking and keeping up to date information on existing and proposed environmentally based state legislation - this might include contacting bill sponsors, travel to Tallahassee as applicable:
Working on environmental issues/concerns on an as needed basis that might need immediate attention:
Attendance at public meetings and commenting on issues of concern that Earth Ethics deems important.
Attendance at local/state/regional/state workshop/conference as an Earth Ethics representative and other travel, as necessary.
Representing Earth Ethics on weekly national calls and assistance with ongoing environmental campaigns; and
Drafting of letters to the editor, viewpoints, and white papers.
Candidate must have good writing and communication skills; general knowledge of social media; strong organizational skills; the ability to adapt to fast paced situations; public speaking skills; minor field experience.
Work can be conducted remotely.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Earth Ethics, Inc
3393 Two Sisters Way, Pensacola, FL 32505, US
The MISSION of Earth Ethics is to educate the public and increase awareness about environmental and social issues at local, regional, and global levels in an effort to engage, empower, and encourage public involvement towards positive resolutions.
Earth Ethics was initially created to address issues along the Gulf Coast specific to Northwest Florida. However, our reach has expanded beyond Northwest Florida to a larger geographical area including the State, Gulf of Mexico region, U.S. and Globe.
Earth Ethics, Inc. is a federally recognized 501 (c)(3) organization.
Our primary focuses are related to the environment, outreach and education, and social issues. The majority of our projects are funded through grants or donations.