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Jennifer Baldwin

Climate change and environmental practitioner
Jen Baldwin has worked on climate change and its solutions for 10 years, from clean energy to forestry to adaptation, mostly internationally. On the side, she is passionate about environmental art and media. She lives in Washington, D.C., and enjoys birding, biking and camping.

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  • RT @janetkrupa: How did palm oil become such a problem — and what can we do about it? https://t.co/XKSRu4p3rf via @ensiamedia
  • RT @KlausRiede: How the growing “One Water” movement is not only helping the environment but also saving millions of dollars… https://t.co/ciG4ZcfxZQ
  • RT @treubold: OPINION: We need to talk about how logging in the southern U.S. is harming local residents https://t.co/fOaIvSIBJO… https://t.co/P9NMzEkkSl
  • RT @GetWaterSmart: How the growing “One Water” movement is not only helping the environment but also saving millions of dollars:… https://t.co/yVyCFjDRtE
  • New at Ensia: As we rebuild U.S. #infrastructure, let’s consider how less might really be more https://t.co/WJPxjxCkM4 @Leidyklotz
  • RT @HealthandEnv: You know clean air is good for your health. It’s good for the economy, too. https://t.co/i3wvsOOd5M via @ensiamedia
  • RT @GreenForAll: U.S. environmental groups are largely white. Here’s what some are — and some aren’t — doing about it.… https://t.co/ePsnwHboBQ
  • RT @mlynndonahue: Great perspectives on #diversity in #environment and #conservation orgs feat. @UMSEAS Dr. Dorceta Taylor, ever insp… https://t.co/AX0Q1MO8Yi
  • RT @LaTresseSnead: “There is a serious disconnect between the changing demographics in our country and the lack of diverse leadership… https://t.co/Bu3ZIKG94q
  • RT @merckff: U.S. environmental groups are largely white. Here’s what some are — and some aren’t — doing about it.… https://t.co/WNxI5PVxx1

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