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.

GreenNet has an exciting opportunity to join the collective as a Designer and Front End Developer.

If you would like to design websites that support civil society groups and campaigners, and would like to work in a small, friendly and supportive working environment with a horizontal management structure, then this might be the job for you!

Services

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

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.

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

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Guest Blogs - recent posts we like

Climate Science & Falsifiability - 8 Oct -
Richard Lawson shows how Karl Popper can help settle the climate debate.Policymakers worldwide face a major headache relating to energy strategy.
Is Britain suffering under the strain of too high a deficit? - 25 Sep -
Analyst John Aziz's latest thoughts on Labour's economic election strategy -Nick Robinson — slated by the "Yes" campaign for his controversial performance in Scotland — clearly cares dearly about the national debt. And he thinks — as does the vast majority of the political class, it should be said — that we just have too much of it.
Public pressure on corporate tax behaviour works, by Richard Murphy - 6 Sep -
Originally Posted on September 2 2014 An interesting new academic paper has been published suggesting that pressure from activists has a significant impact on corporate tax behaviour.

Network news

27/10/2014   Government's stealth attack on civil liberties

The coalition’s criminal justice and courts bill is seeking to dismantle judicial review, one of the most powerful tools citizens have over their government. In almost every case of injustice by the Home Office it is judicial review which allowed the most vulnerable people in the country to challenge the most powerful.

09/10/2014   Let's Not Talk About Fracking

National parks could become drilling sites as the Government speeds up the application process so fracking companies can start drilling within 6 months. But the Government and the Industry haven’t even turned up at any national debates, nor have they researched fracking’s clear and significant impacts. On the eve of the Global Frackdown, read about what we don’t know about fracking and what you can do about it.

24/09/2014   'Corrupt' British Oil Firm endangers Virunga Gorillas

photo by Lukas Spiekerphoto by Lukas SpiekerA film due out in November shows Soco International making illegal payments to DRC rebels and a local MP for lobbying in its favour. HRW claim fishermen, activists and park rangers oppposing oil exploration in the National Park have been badly beaten. But Soco has contracted libel lawyers Schillings and Bell Pottinger to silence the media.