How to Access the Greenlink Equity Map

For Leadership Cities

If you work in local government in one of these 50 Leadership Cities
sign up now using your city email address!

For Community-Based Organizations

If you’re a Community-Based Organization, you can access GEM for free if you meet the criteria below, thanks to generous funding from the Kresge Foundation! 
Criteria for eligible community-based organizations (CBO):
  1. Local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization 
  2. Annual budgets under $5 million
  3. Working to advance equity
Criteria Details:
1. Local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Local chapters of larger organizations may be eligible. 
2. Annual budgets under $5 million. Applies to the activities of the community-based organization. Independently funded projects or fiscally sponsored organizations may be considered based on the budgets for their local work.
3. Working to advance equity. Includes one or more of the following characteristics:
  • Led by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) people
  • Serving the needs of BIPOC communities
  • Building power in BIPOC communities 
  • Working to serve needs and build power in other disproportionately negatively impacted and historically marginalized communities.

If your organization meets the above criteria, please apply below, and we'll be in touch with you shortly! If your organization doesn’t meet the specific criteria above, but still working to advance equity, please apply and provide more details.

Interested in Accessing GEM?

If you fall outside of the categories above, please contact us for more information about how to get a subscription that fits your needs. You're also welcome to attend a weekly demo to learn more. 


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What People are Saying About GEM

"The addition of GEM to Greenlink Analytics’ services to gather intelligence from your maps is truly fantastic service and one that will greatly help cities on their journey towards more equitable, inclusive, and sustainable communities."  -Chris Castro, Director, Office of Sustainability and Resilience of the City of Orlando 

"This is phenomenal, one of the most beautiful things I've seen in my time in this job." - Brandy Brown, Climate and Energy Advisor, Michigan Department of Environment

“When we saw the GEM app, I said this is it. This is the information we needed! It’s so helpful to have something we can show as visual and spatial proof. Group facilitation practices in the Community of Practice are so helpful; I have learned so much from experts in the field across the country."
- Cheyenne Flores, Climate Resilience Fellow at the City of Philadelphia