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.

Services

Ethical home & organisational broadband, ADSL up to 8Mbps & 20Mbps, unlimited bandwidth, fixed IP, and GreenNet’s excellent support team ensuring you’re online all of the time.

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

Our managed Drupal hosting is for organisations who want a managed and dynamic presence on the web with easy access to expert Drupal advice and development support.

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.

What you say about us

“Thank you both so much for your work on the FAN-Mex microsite, it's great, we're really happy with it.”
Isabella, Freshwater Action Network

Guest Blogs - recent posts we like

Access condemns “trial” and sentencing of Egyptian activist Alaa Abd El Fattah - 16 Jun -
1:59pm | 12 June 2014 | by Access Team,It is with a heavy heart that Access reports that Egyptian longtime human rights activist Alaa Abd El Fattah has been jailed and sentenced to 15 years in prison today, along with 24 other activists.
The economics of the Iraq war, by John Aziz - 13 Jun -
The Iraq war has been perhaps the greatest disaster and embarrassment of my lifetime, and the recent degeneration into civil war in the country makes George W. Bush and Tony Blair's decision to invade that country even less wise than it looked before.
How David Defeated Goliath: Volunteering for Womankind, by Laura Seboth - 29 Apr -
Picture yourself an open plan office space within an “Ethical properties” building in one of the hippest areas in London. Add the faces of women and girls from all over the world just hanging on the wall, looking at you – tough, mischievous, proud. Now, populate the image with a bunch of well-informed people and you might just be surprised by what you can do. I found that it’s between these piles of paper, leaflets and packets of tea that the magic happens. Really.

Network news

13/07/2014   Pesticide lobby driving TTIP agenda

No sector has lobbied the EC on the proposed EU-US trade deal (TTIP) more than Agribusiness, according to Corporate Europe Observatory’s latest research. Agribusinesses have had more contacts with the Commission’s trade department (DG Trade) than from the pharmaceutical, chemical, financial and car industries put together.

02/07/2014   Legal complaint filed to end GCHQ attacks on ISPs

GreenNet with 6 other ISPs from around the world are calling for an end to GCHQ’s attacking and exploitation of network infrastructure in order to unlawfully gain mass access to private communications. The complaint, filed by Riseup (US), GreenNet (UK), Greenhost (Netherlands), Mango (Zimbabwe), Jinbonet (Korea), May First/People Link (US), and the Chaos Computer Club (Germany), along with Privacy International, is the first time that ISPs have taken collective action against GCHQ.

24/06/2014   $572m military aid for Egypt

Despite condemnation of Egypt’s jailing of Mohamed Fahmy, Peter Greste and Baher Mohamed, the USA has just discreetly handed a plain brown envelope worth $572m to Egypt’s military rulers, with plenty more where that came from.