Networks And Alliances
Supporting and amplifying the individual actions of partner organizations within our networks, we also coordinate their efforts towards shared milestones, magnifying the impact of everyone involved. Our directed networks unite grassroots supporters with a diverse web of inside and cross-movement allies, giving individuals clear paths to participation—and scaling our collective power as we converge on particular goals.
Advocacy is more successful when we work together. That’s why we collaborate with a wide variety of partners, including local organizing and environmental justice groups, national organizations within and beyond the environmental movement, networks of governments, legal experts and advisors, and frontline and Indigenous communities—a rapid response team of 1,000,000+.
Stand.earth is unique among climate and environmental advocacy groups in our ability to connect widely dispersed stakeholders into highly effective networks and alliances. Our SAFE Cities program, for instance, is the only initiative linking the usually separated worlds of government, frontline communities, and ENGOs to pass local climate policies that are adding up to a continent-wide wave of climate legislation.
Our networks in action
SAFE Cities Organizing Network
At its core, the SAFE Cities movement is about one principle – local communities Standing Against Fossil Fuel Expansion.
Amazonia 80×2025 Initiative
The Amazon rainforest is in the midst of a tipping point crisis and unless we secure ambitious protection for it, we could soon be seeing the rainforest transform into a savannah.
Climate Safe Pensions
With more than $46 Trillion in assets worldwide, pension funds are one of the largest institutional investors in fossil fuels.
Ship It Zero
Ship It Zero is a climate and public health campaign to move the world’s largest retail companies to 100% zero-emissions ocean shipping.
Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty
The Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative is spurring international cooperation to end the fossil fuel era.