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Fiscal Sponsorship

When GJEP identifies a group or organization whose non-for-profit work closely aligns with our mission, we may support their important work by becoming a fiscal sponsor. This helps them minimize bureaucracy so they can focus on their crucial work for ecological and social justice, forest protection and/or human rights.

Biofuelwatch provides information, advocacy and campaigning in relation to the climate, environmental, human rights and public health impacts of large-scale industrial bioenergy. Their campaigns include #AxeDrax, End Biomass Subsidies, Geoengineering, and Biotechnology for Biofuels. Biofuelwatch also opposes genetically engineered trees and is a founding steering committee member of the International Campaign to Stop GE Trees.

The Canadian Biotechnology Action Network‘s mission is to promote food sovereignty and democratic decision-making on science and technology issues in order to protect the integrity of the environment, health, food, and the livelihoods of people in Canada and around the world by facilitating, informing and organizing civil society action, researching, and providing information to government for policy development. 

The Center for Grassroots Organizing is a project for helping organize mass social movements. This means space where people from different fields can spend time together, share resources, get creative, and build collaborative strategy. A place for the explosion of radical youth leadership to feel at home and skill-up as organizers. A place to apply our dedication to racial justice with boots on the ground and proactively sharing resources. A place for all of us to connect with the farming and agricultural community, to reconfigure our relationship with our unstable food systems in readiness for the impacts of climate change. A place to work on defending the natural world from the impositions of the corporate world.

Honduras Now: Human rights & impacts of US & Canadian foreign policy & neoliberalism in #Honduras & #CentralAmerica. Check out the podcast.


Hoodwinked in the Hothouse: Authored by grassroots, veteran organizers, movement strategists and thought leaders from across our climate and environmental justice movements,​ the third edition of Hoodwinked in the Hothouse is an easy-to-read, concise-yet-comprehensive compendium of the false corporate promises that continue to hoodwink elected officials and the public, leading us down risky pathways poised to waste billions of public dollars on a host of corporate snake-oil schemes and market-based mechanisms.

Plymouth Area Network To Help End Racism (NH PANTHER)’s mission is to help end racism and systemic bias through community engagement, direct mutual aid, education and curriculum reform, and youth empowerment. NH PANTHER is a collective of youth, professionals, educators, mentors, and friends standing up for the rights of all the disparaged and marginalized in our communities. Particularly, they are here for the youth. They are here for all the youth whose lives deserve better than to witness or be subjected to police brutality, whose lives deserve better than to feel fear from within their community, whose lives deserve to be seen equally, whose lives deserve to be valued and seen sacred, whose lives deserve dignity.

The online Paulo Freire Conference is an opportunity for academics, practitioners and activists to share their ideas, learning and practice with their peers.

The Freire Institute is an organization for transformative community-based learning. In our programmes your own knowledge and life experience becomes the raw material for education. We develop tools and approaches based on the work of Brazilian educator Paulo Freire, whose work has inspired many social movements and educational programmes around the world.

REDD-Monitor explores the contradictions and controversy behind the harebrained scheme to allow continued greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuels by offsetting these emissions against “avoided deforestation” in the Global South.

Save the Pine Barrens advocates for accountability and transparency as a route to raise awareness and educate the community about what it takes to make change happen. They are working to save the Atlantic Coastal Pine Barrens from mining and industrial development.

“Also known as Pitch Pine/Scrub Oak Barrens, pine barrens are a globally rare habitat type, with Massachusetts supporting the third largest example in the world (behind New Jersey and Long Island). The largest block of pine barrens habitat in Massachusetts is in Plymouth, Carver and Wareham, overlying the Plymouth/Carver sole-source aquifer. Protection of barrens habitat will also help protect the recharge area for the largest groundwater reserve in the state.” Southeastern Massachusetts Natural Resources Atlas, 2004.

Shawnee Forest Defence works to protect the integrity of the Shawnee Forest. Shawnee Forest Defense is working to transfer the Shawnee National Forest in Southern Illinois, out of the Department of Agriculture and into the Department of Interior to create the new Shawnee National Park and Climate Preserve.

Standing Trees Vermont works to protect, preserve and restore forests on Vermont’s federal and state public landsStanding Trees Vermont envisions a future where forests on Vermont’s federal and state public lands are allowed to grow free from active management and logging. The forests will be free to continue recovering from decades of logging and other detrimental activities. The forests will be allowed to grow strong and old. The forests will be allowed to re-wild.

The Vermont Street Medics Hotline is a community-led, collectively organized volunteer network based out of central Vermont. We are street medics, clinical herbalists, medical professionals, midwives, first-aid providers, and community organizers. The collective is currently working to support people in Central Vermont without reliable shelter who have questions about coronavirus, general health concerns, and access needs (e.g. to transportation to coronavirus testing appointments, access to food and other basic needs). Our services include: a call-in hotline for coronavirus questions and general wellness needs; access to rides to COVID-19 testing sites; food and supply distribution to houseless community members temporarily sheltered in hotels or camping out; and ground support coordination with other organizations working with the houseless community. We offer this hotline and our ground-support services in the spirit of the Good Samaritan law.

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