At a technical level GreenNet members operate as a network of ‘client’ computers all connected to a central server that lets them communicate with each other, and prompt actions in different points on the network.

But the tag cloud below gives a more interesting perspective on the voices and issues that are connected through the services we provide. Click on the tags to journey through the network of resources, projects, stories and campaigns from throughout the GreenNet community of people working for peace, the environment, gender equality and human rights. You’ll find alternative news headlines from the archives as well as interactive spaces to post events and job vacancies.

Alternatively, if you know the name of the organisation you’re looking for, you can browse through the full alphabetical list of members

Network news

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.

27/02/2016   Uk companies profiting from major HR abuse

The UK is letting corporate human rights abusers off the hook, a new Amnesty report claims. The UK National Contact Point for OECD Guidelines is biased and unreliable. Its failure to investigate properly allows UK companies to avoid accountability, even in cases where serious abuses are alleged.

Upcoming events

30 Apr 16 - 4 May 16

Why Ffos-y-fran?

Miller Argent are part of the greedy few who continue to sacrifice our health, our communities and the future of our planet for their short-term profits. We are part of a movement of millions who continue to struggle for a greener, fairer future – we are here to shut down Ffos-y-fran and say no to coal.

8 May 16

Since May 2015 clean energy technology has been sidelined in favour of a dash for gas, susbsidies for clean energy have been cut (including the cut this week to solar thermal subsidy) and roads and runways have been pushed through despite strong local opposition. So what better way to mark the government's one year anniversary than to march - backwards - down Whitehall?

A creative and colourful protest that will make a serious point: we're running out of time to act on climate change, and we can't afford to go backwards.

9 May 16

The Last Taboo: What to do about the global sanitation crisis? with Maggie Black

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