Partners & allies

Our missions is rooted in supporting and maintaining relations with international organizations and local grassroots communities responding to the impacts of climate change.  Together, we work hand in hand to shift towards a sustainable future powered by community-based renewable energy.

International partners

  • 350.org – A grassroots global movement working to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis
  • Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt & Development – A regional alliance of peoples’ movements, community organizations, coalitions, NGOs and networks that works for the transformation of national and international economic and financial relations, structures and system.
  • Ende Gelände – A broad alliance of people from the anti-nuclear and anti-coal movements, who share the belief that to stop climate change we need to take action ourselves, using civil disobedience as a powerful signal for real action to put our climate before profit.
  • Greenpeace Southeast Asia – A regional organization that operates in Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines to ensure the ability of the earth to nurture life in all its diversity.
  • International Coal Network – Environmental, social justice and health advocates who are concerned about coal’s heavy toll on human health, our natural environment and the planet’s climate.
  • 350.org East Asia – An environmental organization encouraging citizens to action with the belief that publicizing the increasing levels of carbon dioxide will pressure world leaders to address climate change and to reduce levels from 400 parts per million to 350 parts per million.

Local Allies

  • AGHAM: Advocates of Science and Technology for the People – An organization of pro-people science and technology advocates, bounded together by a common interest of promoting science and technology that genuinely serve the interest of the Filipino people, especially the poor.
  • Aksyon Klima Pilipinas – A national network of 40 civil society networks and organizations working on different climate change issues. As a network, it advocates for climate adaptation, mitigation, finance and technology transfer both at national and international levels.
  • Center for Energy, Ecology and Development – An independent, non-governmental research institution aimed at providing relevant data and information regarding issues pertaining to energy, integrity of ecosystems and the general development path pursued by the country.
  •  Citizens’ Disaster Response Center  – A non-government organization that pioneered and continues to promote community-based disaster management in the Philippines.
  • Ecological Justice Interfaith Movement – A national interfaith movement motivated a common love for Mother Earth, our common home to fight for environmental justice.
  •  Etniko Bandido Infoshop & Activity Center  – An anarchist/autonomous space created to spread radical consciousness.
  • Global Catholic Climate Movement Pilipinas – The Philippine branch of the global, grass-roots movement of Catholics committed to living the message of Laudato Si’: On the Care of Our Comnon Home.
  • Greenpeace Philippines – An independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace.
  • Institute for Climate & Sustainable Cities  – A nonprofit organization working on sustainable energy solutions and fair climate policy.
  • Kalikasan Peoples Networks for the Environment – A network of people’s organizations, nongovernmental organizations and environmental advocates that aims to address environmental problems in such a way that primacy is given to the people—especially in the grassroots level—who constitute the overwhelming majority of the population. All environmental causes shall thus have the people’s interest at their core.
  • Lilok Foundation – A faith based, non-profit and non-government organization that seeks to serve urban poor leaders, to facilitate their learning, and to empower them toward servant leadership by means of modeling, transformative education and mentoring programs.
  • March for Climate Justice Pilipinas – A convergence of movements and organizations from different sectors of society gathered together by the common appeal for urgent climate action.
  • Onsite Infoshop – An anarchist and autonomous community-based resource center in Muntinlupa City, Philippines.
  • Penuel School of Theology – A learning environment where students and teachers struggle with God to become workers for the gospel: skilled, servant, integrative, and advocates of justice and peace.
  • People Surge: Alliance for Disaster Survivors in the Philippines – A network campaigning for a rehabilitation program where people, not big business, is at its core. It continues to lead the disaster survivors’ struggle for accountability, human rights, climate and social justice.
  • Philippines Against Dirty Energy Resources – A church-led initiative aimed at mobilizing the religious faithful in coal-impacted and threatened communities to act against dirty energy development.
  • Philippine Movement for Climate Justice – A broad movement of 103 national networks/alliances and local organizations representing basic sectors, grassroots communities, the marginalized and most vulnerable, including women, indigenous peoples, fisher folk and coastal communities, farmers and rural communities, forest communities, formal and informal workers, environmental groups, urban poor, and others in the Philippines that aims to lead the joint struggles, campaigns and actions in putting forward the climate justice framework as a fundamental element of solving the climate crisis.
  • Piglas Pilipinas! –  A nationwide campaign for the Philippines to break free from fossil fuels.