Alliances and Networks

Alliances and Networks

At Stand.earth, we believe relationships are important. That's why our work with frontline communities is one of the most critical parts of our campaigns. We connect with the communities and organizations on the ground in the areas that are impacted by our campaigns, to understand their perspectives and figure out how our work can support their needs. It is through our work with these coalitions, networks, and alliances that we are able to change the world's biggest corporations and governments — over and over again.

Here are some of the current coalitions, networks, and alliances we are part of:

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    The Pact for a Green New Deal / Un New Deal Vert

    A Green New Deal is a vision of rapid, inclusive and far-reaching transition to slash emissions, protect critical biodiversity, meet the demands of the multiple crises we face, and create over a million jobs in the process. Stand.earth has joined with a broad coalition of organiz

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    Global Gas and Oil Network

    The Global Gas & Oil Network (GGON) is a network of non-governmental organizations around the world working to facilitate a global managed decline of oil and gas production. The website and news bulletin are managed by Oil Change International.

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    Stand Up to Oil

    Rapid and dramatic changes to oil transportation pose serious new threats to Northwest communities, economies and waterways. Oil companies stand to make huge profits while Northwest communities bear the risks and costs of explosive oil train derailments, a huge increase in rail traffi

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    Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

    Climate change, like nuclear weapons, is a major global threat. Bold and immediate action is needed to address the climate emergency. The main cause of the climate emergency is fossil fuels. Coal, oil, and gas are responsible for almost 80% of all carbon diox

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    Clean up Carnival

    The Clean up Carnival coalition is pressing Carnival Corporation, the largest and most influential actor in the cruise sector, to take the lead and set industry environmental standards that others can follow. 

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