Project Planet Advocacy

Our Mission

Project Planet Advocacy is building a better global future by embracing intersectionality and amplifying diverse voices in the green movement.

Upcoming Events

virtual community clean-up

September 3-September 10

Even though we may be distanced physically, we’re bringing the world together to clean up our communities. Join us today in keeping our world litter-free by helping to organize a trash clean-up drive in your area.

instagram live q+a

September 12 @ 6:00pm ET

Join us for a live Q+A session to discuss current environmental justice issues and how you can help.

Latest Blog Posts

Trump vs. Biden: Weighing in on Environmental Policy in the 2020 Presidential Election

It’s election day! With millions of voters going out to the polls today, climate change is an important topic of discussion. According to a recent survey conducted by Yale University, two in three voters are worried about global warming and would support a revenue-neutral carbon emissions tax to reduce harm to the environment. As theContinue reading “Trump vs. Biden: Weighing in on Environmental Policy in the 2020 Presidential Election”

What is Intersectional Environmentalism and Why is it So Important?

What is Intersectional Environmentalism?  The term “intersectional environmentalism” was coined by activist Leah Thomas, founder of the organization Intersectional Environmentalist, as “an inclusive version of environmentalism that advocates for both the protection of people and the planet.”1 Even though we’re just starting to hear more about environmental justice in the media, the concept of theContinue reading “What is Intersectional Environmentalism and Why is it So Important?”

Splurge or Splat: 7 “Zero-Waste” Alternatives and If They’re Really Worth It

Plastic-free July just ended, so today, we’ll be reviewing 10 “zero-waste” alternatives, and whether they’re really worth it.  Ever since sustainability influencer Laura Singer was featured in this video titled “How To Fit Two Years Of Trash In a Mason Jar,” the zero-waste lifestyle has become increasingly  popular. As a result, for-profit companies have rushedContinue reading “Splurge or Splat: 7 “Zero-Waste” Alternatives and If They’re Really Worth It”

Contact Us