Global Greengrants has been raising awareness and money for climate justice projects for years. But this is the first time we’ve experienced first-hand, on our own turf, what it is like to be at ground zero of a sudden climate disaster.
The fate of Yasuní National Park hangs in the balance. On August 15, Ecuador’s government announced it would allow foreign oil companies to start drilling in the northeastern part of this Amazonian rainforest. Global Greengrants weighs in on the future of the most biodiverse place on Earth.
We enable those who believe everyone deserves a healthy environment to support grassroots campaigns and community-led projects for a more just and sustainable world.
Local communities know the challenges they face. With the right financial support, they can care for the environment while also gaining a voice in their own future.