Earth Day Network Inc
Rating: 4 stars 18 18 reviews
1616 P Street Nw Room 340 Washington DC 20036 USA
The mission of earth day network, inc. Is to broaden and diversify the environmental movement worldwide, and to mobilize it as the most effective vehicle for promoting a healthy, sustainable environment. It pursues the mission through a combination of education, public policy, and consumer activism campaigns.
Organize events and other materials and programs to educate the general public and children both domestically and internationally about the pollution and other issues affecting the earth and the quality of its resources for human enjoyment and living needs. Organize and conduct the annual earth day event for environmental awareness around the us and world.
develop programs and curriculum for school children to assist them in understanding the environment and their impact on it. Deliver the programs to teachers for classroom use. Assist in the conversion of school structures to green schools by providing materials and expertise on changing the physical plant. Provide education to the international community on the environment and the actions to take to curb damage to the worlds eco-systems.
earth day networks trees initiative was developed to plant over one million trees around the world. The funding allowed numerous communities to have the resources to improve their communities. By planting the trees these communities help to protect against water run-off and improve the quality of the air.
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This organization is amongst the worst I have ever dealt with in my career. I say this after having worked with the senior staff, all of whom display incompetence of environmental issues, disrespect towards the vision of the organization they serve as well as their clients.The treatment of junior staff is shameful, and the general office environment appears toxic. I personally witnessed junior staff bearing much of the intellectual and managerial burden, while senior staff regularly seemed pay little attention. The financial situation deserves an audit by the IRS, and the actions of leadership need to be checked by the board. I would never recommend this organization to a client, donor, or job seeker.
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