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.

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.

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.

What you say about us

“I am very happy for having the opportunity of participating in an international project like the FANMex microsite. We made a great team and managed to finish on schedule and with all the features we had originallly decided on... The feedback we´ve had from our network members is very positive”
Beatriz, Freshwater Action Network Mexico

Guest Blogs - recent posts we like

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.
Are eco-sceptic politicians, not terrorists, the greatest threat? - 3 Sep -
Paul Mobbs, "Mobbsey's Musings", 3rd September 2014 - Eco-sceptic politicians, not terrorists, are the greatest threat to the British public today – statistics versus polemic in 'The War Against Terrorism'.
Guerilla woolfare: against the madness of mutually assured destruction, by Rebecca Johnson and Jaine Rose - 8 Aug -
Rolling out a seven mile knitted pink peace scarf between the Atomic Weapons Establishment complexes at Aldermaston and Burghfield on Nagasaki Day may sound crazy. It isn't as insane as letting the UK government spend another £100 billion on building a new nuclear weapons system to replace Trident.

Network news

03/09/2014   Badgers to be killed in Gloucestershire and Somerset

Photo: Melissa HarrisonPhoto: Melissa Harrison“Sentient animals slaughtered for a policy that simply will not work” says Badger Trust CEO Dominic Dyer on the badger cull being renewed despite a high court challenge that has every possibility of declaring it unlawful. Join the campaign against the cull.

29/08/2014   Mass protest at NATO war summit

Wales could see its biggest protests in a generation as 60 world leaders meet at the Celtic Manor in Newport for the NATO summit on 4-5 September to plan new wars. Thousands of anti-war campaigners have opened a camp at Tredegar Park.

05/08/2014   Israeli arms factory shut down by UK campaigners

Pro-Palestine campaigners have chained the doors shut and are occupying the roof of an arms factory in Shenstone, Staffordshire, owned by an Israeli military company that manufactures engines for drones exported to Israel.