Lindsey Allen

Executive Director, Climate and Land Use Alliance

Carbon Dioxide RemovalClimate JusticeClimate PhilanthropyClimate ScientistConference of the Parties (COP)EconomyEnvironmental ActionForest and Land UseGrassroots Climate ActionGreen BanksIndigenous RightsIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)Land RightsPhilanthropic CollaborationsSustainable Finance

    A lifelong environmental and human rights advocate, Lindsey Allen has engaged some of the world’s largest companies in cleaning up their environmentally destructive practices while inspiring powerful mobilizations for environmental and social justice.

    Lindsey most recently served as Chief Program Officer at Greenpeace USA where she oversaw strategy and climate, forests, oceans, and democracy campaigns. Lindsey previously spent almost a decade with Rainforest Action Network, serving as the Executive Director during a time of significant growth and increased focus on diversity and justice reform. Lindsey began her career as a forest campaigner, working to end destruction of the Amazon rainforest and North American Boreal forest. Motivated by the urgency to accelerate justice and climate action,

    Lindsey is deeply committed to protecting forests, lands, and the rights of Indigenous and frontline communities to create a just and liveable future. Lindsey graduated from Humboldt State University with a BA in Anthropology.