GreenNet is the ethical Internet Service Provider that has been connecting people and groups who work for peace, the environment, gender equality and human rights since 1986.

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GreenNet provides a unique anti-spam service geared to NGOs, the voluntary sector, charities and activists.

Recent Web Projects

GreenNet web projects are all about planning, designing, and building websites that work for you and the issues you’re working on.

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Guest Blogs - recent posts we like

GreenNet opposes plans to legalise mass surveillance and malware - 17 Dec -
It's been a while since GreenNet last updated our members on our legal case against the British Government and UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) in the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT), but things have been proceeding at a typical speed for such detailed legal judgements.  Meanwhile, there have been three official reports into surveillance and interception by the secret services and police, several
Energy round-up: carbon markets have failed - by : Stephen Devlin - 9 Sep -
Energy round-up: carbon markets have failed  Photo credit:   freefoto

Network news

05/05/2016   Adnyamathanha Nation fight South Australian nuclear dump

Not only is the site selected for a national nuclear waste dump in South Australia’s Flinders mountain range Aboriginal spiritual land, it’s also subject to seismic activity and flooding. Sign the petition against #barndiootadump.

17/04/2016   Nuclear accidents likely in 30-60 years

Scientists predict at least a 50% probability of a Chernobyl-type event happening in the next 30-60 years, with a 50% probability of a Fukushima-type event in the next 65-150 years. Although highly uncertain, these risks are much larger than industry estimates suggest, exposing significant defects in nuclear safety.

10/03/2016   Santiago Court bursts Chilean spy balloons

Israeli military surveillance balloons spying on the Las Condes and Lo Barnechea districts since August of 2015 must be removed immediately, the Court of Appeals of Santiago has ruled in a victory for Derechos Digitales and 2 other Chilean human rights organisations.