In light of our Justice, Solidarity, and Action statement last month, our team has been reflecting on how we can best support marginalized communities focused on land conservation and environmental justice. In the midst of our work to enable ecosystem restoration and protection, we must reckon with the disparities in ownership and access to land. With this in mind, we hope to center the voices of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and are actively seeking opportunities with organizations who share our aspiration towards a more just relationship with the land and one another.
WW are proud to launch the Impact Partners Program to support US-based BIPOC-led or owned organizations by providing planning and monitoring capabilities through Lens. Program participants will receive access to Lens and an allocation of high resolution commercial imagery for their properties, as well as dedicated time with our product team to collaboratively explore remote monitoring solutions to meet their unique needs.
We welcome opportunities to work with conservation organizations either led by or serving BIPOC communities. If you think your organization would be a good fit, or have specific recommendations of folks we should connect with, please reach out or complete the short form below.Apply or nominate an organization