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We're excited to invite you to our first-ever film club, happening next Thursday (more details below). Registration is open!

We're also expanding our team of passionate, progressive professionals. Read on to learn about our open positions and how to apply. 


For our inaugural film club event, we've selected The Return of Navajo Boy, a documentary that combines the political and the personal in a masterfully produced recounting of a Navajo family's ongoing trials with uranium contamination and its reunification with their brother, who was taken from them as a young boy. 

Here’s how to participate!

  1. Rent or buy, and then stream, The Return of Navajo Boy from Vimeo or wherever you get your streaming content! 
  2. Hop over to Twitter and join the conversation at #GoodEnergyWatch. What did you think of the documentary? Did it spark an idea or action? We want to know and engage with you! We’ll also be posting some questions for viewers to think about throughout April.
  3. Register now to tune in for our live webinar discussion on April 20 at 6 p.m. ET, with special guest Dr. Tommy Rock, Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University. Dr. Rock will talk with our executive director, Jessica Lovering, about the film and ongoing issues related to water quality and uranium mining contamination and in the Navajo Nation. Participants will have the chance to ask questions of the speaker in Zoom and engage on Twitter before, during, and after the webinar. 

Join Good Energy Collective!

We're looking to bring on up to three new members of the Good Energy team over the next few months! If you or a friend are looking for employment with an organization that is worker self-directed, encourages wholeness, and sparks positive change, click here to learn more about how to apply.

Congratulations, NERS!

On April 8, Jessica flew to the University of Michigan to help celebrate the return of the Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project to the Department of Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences! You can catch her moderating a candid conversation with current and former top leadership for nuclear at the Department of Energy—Andrew Griffith, Rita Baranwal, and John Kotek—from the event page

Board Chair Rachel Slaybaugh Joins Team of Innovative Climate Investors

We're thrilled for Rachel in her new role as principal with DCVC! This is the perfect position for Rachel to apply her vast skillset to advancing pivotal climate technologies.

Check out the firm's announcement highlighting her accomplishments here.  

Let’s do this!

—Good Energy Collective

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