LGBTQ+ And The Environmental Movement

The conservation movement is historically grounded as a movement centred on the participation of white, economically advantaged individuals. Yet minorities, including the LGBTQ+ community, are underrepresented in the movement’s systems and structures – and simultaneously at the leading edge of the experience of environmental harms. Want to find out more?...


Here are our list of LGBTQ+ Environmental Organisations:


Out for Sustainability: LGBTQ organisation for the social and physical environment

https://out4s.org/purpose/


O4S runs a number of initiatives including Greener Pride: Working toward carbon-neutral, waste free Pride celebrations

https://out4s.org/greener-pride/


Venture Out Project: Bringing together queer people to experience wilderness

https://www.ventureoutproject.com/


Queer Nature: Ecological awareness and place based skills for healing marginalised populations

https://www.queernature.org/


Out There Adventures: Empowering queer youth to connect with the natural world

http://www.outthereadventures.org/home


LGBTQ Outdoor Summit: opportunity for conservation leaders, the outdoor recreation community, and environmental groups to connect around the status of the LGBTQ community and the outdoors

https://www.lgbtqoutdoorsummit.com/


500 Queer Scientists: Visibility platform for LGBTQ+ and allies working in STEM

https://500queerscientists.com/


The Institute of Queer Ecology

https://queerecology.org/

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