We are the world’s largest grassroots environmental network, uniting 75 national member groups and some 5,000 local activist groups on every continent. With over 2 million members and supporters around the world, we campaign on today’s most urgent environmental and social issues. Visit: www.foei.org
The Climate Action Network (CAN) is a worldwide network of over 950 Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in more than 110 countries, working to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels. www.climatenetwork.org
Established in 1998, IPEN is currently comprised of 700 participating organizations in 116 countries, primarily developing and transition countries. IPEN brings together leading environmental and public health groups around the world to establish and implement safe chemicals policies and practices that protect human health and the environment. Visit: www.ipen.org
Oilwatch is a network of resistance to oil activities in tropical countries. Oilwatch creation was inspired by the need to develop global strategies for the communities affected by oil activities; support their resistance processes because they didn't want to see their territories damaged; work for sustainability and defend their collective rights. Visit: www.oilwatch.org
Oilwatch has been campaigning to ensure that new/ emerging oil bearing communities in Africa have comprehensive information on the impacts of extractive.
Since 1985, International Rivers has been at the heart of the global struggle to protect rivers and the rights of communities that depend on them. We work with an international network of dam-affected people, grassroots organizations, environmentalists, human rights advocates and others who are committed to stopping destructive river projects and promoting better options. Visit: www.internationalrivers.org
The African Rivers Network (ARN) is a network of dam affected peoples and non governmental organization working on river and dam related issues. ARN was created in 2003 during the preparation for Rivers for life: the second international meeting of dam affected people and their Allies held in Thailand in November 2003. Visit: https://sites.google.com/site/africanriversnetwork
GAIA is a worldwide alliance of more than 650 grassroots groups, non-governmental organizations, and individuals in over 90 countries whose ultimate vision is a just, toxic-free world without incineration.Visit: www.no-burn.org