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More than 450 endorsers of the call to Kick Big Polluters out at COP27

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International

350.org
ActionAid International 
Artists On The Frontline
BankTrack
Black Indigenous Liberation Movement 
Carbon Market Watch
Care About Climate
Center for International Environmental Law
Climate Action Network International
Climate Clock
Climate Connect Digital
Climate Save Movement
Corporate Accountability
Demand Climate Justice
Earth Uprising International
EarthRights International
EcoEquity 
EDGE Funders 
Environmental Justice Foundation
ESCR-Net (International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights)
ETC Group
FIAN International 
Fridays For Future Digital
Friends of the Earth International
Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA)
Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP)
Global Forest Coalition
Global Forum of Communities Discriminated On Work And Descent (GFOD) 
Global Witness
GRAIN
Grassroots to Global
Greenpeace
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA)
Leave it in the Ground Initiative (LINGO)
LIFE Education Sustainability Equality
Moxie Consultancy Collective
Oil Change International
Oxfam
Parents For Future Global
Rainforest Action Network
Recourse
Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples 
Stay Grounded
Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples International Centre for Policy Research and Education)
The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
The Sunrise Project
Third World Network
Transition Network
Transnational Institute 
Transparency International 
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Urgent Action Fund for Women's Human Rights
War on Want
Water Justice and Gender
WECF International 
Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Women's Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)
Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO)
Zero Hour

Africa

AbibiNsroma Foundation 
Africa Evangelical Church Development Programme
Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ)
African Center for Advocacy (ACA)
Ako Foundation
Association Nigérienne des Scouts de l'Environnement (ANSEN)
Association pour la Conservation et la Protection des Ecosystèmes des Lacs et l'Agriculture Durable
Bio Vision Africa (BiVA)
Botswana Watch Organization
Brainforest
CADTM Afrique 
Centre de Recherches et d'Appui pour les Alternatives de Développement - Océan Indien (CRAAD-OI)
Centre for Citizens Conserving Environment & Management (CECIC)
Centre for Environmental Justice Togo
Centre for Girls and Interaction (CEGI)
Clean Up Kenya
Collectif Sénégalais des Africaines pour la Promotion de l'Éducation Relative à l'Environnement ( COSAPERE) 
Congo Basin Conservation Society CBCS Network 
Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) 
EATegrity
Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) 
Environmental Development Action in the Third World (ENDA)
Endorois Indigenous Women Empowerment Network (EIWEN)
Environmental Rights Action (ERA) / Friends of the Earth Nigeria 
Firelight Foundation
Foundation for the Conservation of the Earth (FOCONE)
Franciscans Africa
GenderCC Southern Africa
Green Development Advocates
Green Leaf Advocacy and Empowerment Center
Greener Tanzania Livelihood Organization
Greenpeace Africa
groundWork, Friends of the Earth South Africa
Health of Mother Earth Foundation
Humanity for Sustainable Development
JA! Justica Ambiental / FOE Mozambique
Jamaa Resource Initiatives
Kikandwa Environmental Association
Kishoka Youth Organization
Ligue internationale Des Femmes Pour La Paix Et La Liberté
Lumière Synergie pour le Développement 
Natural Justice
New Apostolic Centre for Development (NCD)
Oil watch Africa
Organisation Non Gouvernementale Progrès National
Pelum Zambia
Power Shift Africa
RECODEF AACJ
Réseau des Organisations de la Société CIvile pour le DEveloppement du Tonkpi (ROSCIDET)
Resource Link Foundation
SAFE HOME
South Durban Community Environmental Aliance
Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development
Unissons nous Pour la Promotion des Batwa 
Vision for Alternative Development 
WoMin African Alliance 
Yna Kenya
You-Lean Chad
Zambia Alliance for Agroecology and Biodiversity (ZAAB) 

Asia & Pacific

350.org Japan
AIPNEE
Al-Ard for Agricultural Development
Alliance for Future Generations - Fiji
Asha Parivar
Asia Dalit Rights Forum
Asia Pacific Transgender Network
Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA)
Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD)
Association For Promotion Sustainable Development
Aware Girls
Bangladesh Krishok Federation 
Beyond Beijing Committee Nepal
Bharat Jan Vigyan Jatha BJVj
Breastfeeding Promotion Network of India
Center for Environmental Concerns - Philippines
Centre for Research and Advocacy, Manipur 
Climate Action Merri-bek
Climate Action Network Japan
Climate Club
CNS
Community Initiatives for Development in Pakistan 
Community Rural Development Society Nepal (CRDS Nepal)
Creative Foundation Nepal
Digo Bikas Institute
Diverse Voices and Action (DIVA) for Equality
Education Training & Service for Community- Nepal. (ETSC Nepal)
EMPOWER INDIA
Environics Trust
ETSC Nepal
Extinction Rebellion Indonesia
Federation of Community Forestry Users, Nepal (FECOFUN)
FoE Japan
FridaysForFuture Pakistan
Friends of the Earth Malaysia
GrowthWatch 
Himalaya Niti Abhiyan 
IBON International
Indian Social Action Forum 
Indigenous Peoples Organisation -Australia 
Indigenous Women Legal Awareness Group (INWOLAG)
Institute for Strategic and Development Studies (ISDS)
keepacoolworld
Korean Advocates for Global Health (KAGH)
Krityanand UNESCO Club Jamshedpur
Let India Breathe 
Lok Shakti Abhiyan
Manushya Foundation
Mom Loves Taiwan Association
Mountain Indigenous Knowledge Centre 
Movement for Advancing Understanding of Sustainability And Mutuality MAUSAM
National Campaign for Sustainable Development Nepal
National Coalition for Education 
Nepal Development Initiative
New Zealand Climate Action Network
NGO Forum on ADB
North-East Affected Area Development Society (NEADS)
Northern Beaches Climate Action Network
Ole Siosiomaga Society Inc (OLSSI)
Oyu Tolgoi Watch
Pacific Islands Climate Action Network 
PAIRVI - India
Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum
Parents for Climate Aotearoa
Paropakar Primary Health Care Centre PPUK
PENGON / Friends of the Earth Palestine
Public Association Women's Organization Alga
Rivers without Boundaries Mongolia
Sanklapa Darchula Nepal(Sankalpa)
Sisi Initiative Site Support Group
Sukaar Welfare Organization 
Sustainable Menstruation Kerala Collective
UNISC International
WALHI / Friends of the Earth Indonesia
Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines 

Europe

A Sud Ecologia e Cooperazione
Aitec
Alle Dörfer Bleiben (All villages stay)
ASEED
ATTAC España
Attac France
Attac Österreich
BankTrack
Biofuelwatch
Bomenstichting Achterhoek
BUNDjugend / Young Friends of the Earth germany 
CADTM France
Cambridge Doughnut Economics Action Group
Cambs Climate Justice Coalition
Campaign against Climate Change
CAN Europe
Canopée
CCFD - Terre Solidaire 
Changing Markets Foundation
Chesterfield Climate Alliance
Climate Action Network France
Climáximo
Collectif BreakFree Suisse
Communication Workers Union (UK) NW Health, Safety & Environment Forum
Cooperativa CICrA Justicia Ambiental 
Corporate Europe Observatory
Culture Unstained
Danish Association for a Living Sea
Den Grønne Ungdomsbevægelse (The Green Youth Movement)
Deutsche Stiftung Meeresschutz
Divest Parliament
Eco Action Families
Eco Dharma Network
Ecologistas en Acción
European Coordination Via Campesina (ECVC)
Emergenza Climatica
ENERGIES 2050
Enginyeria sense Fronteres
Environmental Action South Yorkshire
Environmental Investigation Agency
ElasmOcean e.V.
Extinction Rebellion Leeds
Feminist Exchange Network 
Focus Association for Sustainable Development
Food & Water Action Europe
Fossil Free Sweden
Fresh Eyes
Fridays For Future - Soder om Soder (FFF SOS)
Friends of the Earth Cyprus
Friends of the Earth Europe 
Friends of the Earth Malta
Friends of the Earth Norway (Naturvernforbundet)
Friends of the Earth Scotland
Fundación APY
Fundacja "Rozwój TAK-Odkrywki NIE"
GAFE-France
Gallifrey Foundation
Glasgow Calls Out Polluters
Global Justice Now
Gower St
Grandparents For Future Austria
Green Mazovia Assocciation
Green New Deal Norwich
Grup de Científics i Tècnics per un Futur No Nuclear - GCTPFNN
Hellenic Platform for Development 
Islamic Relief Worldwide
Journalists for Human Rights (JHR)
Jugendrat Wien
Just Transition Wakefield
Kolektiv Z 
Law 4 Palestine 
Leave it in the Ground Initiative (LINGO)
Legambiente
Les Amis de la Terre France
London Mining Network
Mary Robertson Foundation
Movimento No TAP/SNAM di Brindisi
Music Declares Emergency
New World Research
NOAH- Friends of the Earth Denmark
Nottingham Climate Assembly 
Novact 
Observatori DESC (Economic, Social, Cultural and Environmental Rights Observatory)
Oil Workers' Rights Protection Organization Public Union
Parents For Future Austria
Per il Clima Fuori dal Fossile
Project HEARD
Rapid Transition Alliance
Razom We Stand
Reclaim Finance
Reclame Fossielvrij
reGeneration Weston
Research-Intellectual Club “Dialogue of Generations” RICDOG
RIPESS Europe - Solidarity Economy Europe
Save Inishowen from Gold Mining
Sciaena
Seas At Risk
SETEM Catalunya
Stamp Out Poverty
Stop Ny Fossil Infrastruktur
Stowarzayszenie Ekologiczne EKO-UNIA, Poland
Stowarzyszenie Pracownia na rzecz Wszystkich Istot
System Change Not Climate Change
The Greens Movement of Georgia
The Zetkin Collective
Tipping Point UK
Transition Crich
Trócaire
Umanotera, The Slovenian Foundation for Sustainable Development
Unite Commuity York
urgewald
WeMove Europe
Women's Environmental Network (WEN)
Working group Food Justice
Yorkshire and Humber Climate Justice Coalition
The Zetkin Collective

Latin America & the Caribbean

5Z / At-eN 
Árvore, Ser Tecnológico
ArvoreAgua
Asociación Americana de Juristas 
Asociación de pescadores artesanales del golfo de fonseca Honduras Apagolf 
Asociación Generaciones de Paz (ASDEPAZ)
Asociación Interamericana para la Defensa del Ambiente (AIDA)
Asociación Inti Illimani
Asociación Latinoamericana de Medicina Social ALAMES - Ecuador 
CENSAT Agua Viva - Friends of the Earth Colombia-
Centro de Desarrollo Humano (CDH)
Centro de Documentación en Derechos Humanos "Segundo Montes Mozo S.J." (CSMM)
Centro Nicaragüenses de Conservación Ambiental - CENICA
Centro para la Autonomía y Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas - CADPI 
Climate Action Network Latin America (CANLA)
Colectivo CASA 
Colectivo VientoSur
Comité Ambiental en defensa de la vida Ibagué
Comité defensor de la vida amazonica en lacuenca del río madera
Consejo de Mujeres y Dos Espíritus (LGBT+) Lickanantay - Chile
CooperAcción 
Cosecha Colectiva 
Enda Colombia
Engajamundo
FASE - Solidarity and Education
Fridays for Future Ceará 
Fundación Lickanantay Chile
Fundacion para Estudio e Investigaciones de la Mujer (FEIM)
Fundación RENICC
Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP) - LAC
Geografía Crítica Ecuador
Gobierno Territorial Autonomo de la Nacion Wampis
Groupe d'Action Francophone pour l'Environnement GAFE Haïti
Institut de Recherche-Formation pour l'Environnement et le Développement Durable - IRFEDD-Haïti
Instituto para la Participacion y el Desarrollo (INPADE)
Juventudes por Latinoamérica y el Caribe
La Ruta del Clima
Lucha por la Amazonia Boliviana 
Mouvement National Citoyen pour le Climat Alternatiba Haïti
Movimiento Ciudadano Frente al Cambio Climatico
Plataforma Boliviana Frente al Cambio Climatico (BFCC)
Pueblo Originario Kichwa de Sarayaku
Project on Organizing, Development, Education, and Research (PODER)
Reaccion Climatica
Red de Custodios del Archipiélago de Bosques y Selvas de Xalapa, Veracruz
Red de Información y Acción Ambiental de Veracruz
Sobrevivencia, Amigos de la Tierra Paraguay
Taller Ecologista
UFBA
Vida Simbiotica 
Voluntarios Ambientalistas de la Región Amazónica

Middle East

Climate Action Network Arab World/Africa
Dibeen For Environmental Development

North America

198 methods
350 Conejo / San Fernando Valley
350NYC
350 Ventura County Climate Hub
Accelerate Neighborhood Climate Action
Arise for Social Justice
Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale (AQOCI)
California Kitchen
Call to Action Colorado
CAN-Rac Canada
Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment
CatholicNetwork US
Center for Biological Diversity
Citizen's Alliance for a Sustainable Englewood
Clean Energy Action
Climate Action for Lifelong Learners (CALL)
Climate Action Parry Sound
Climate Defense Project
Climate Justice Alliance
CO2Action
CO Dem Party - Energy and Environmental Initiative
CODEPINK 
Code Pink Western Mass
Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ)
Community for Sustainable Energy
Destination Zero
Earth Ethics, Inc.
Empower Our Future
End Military Madness Against the Earth
Extinction Rebellion US
Florida Rising
Fridays For Future Greater Sudbury
Friends of the Earth Canada
Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity 
Grand(m)others Act to Save the Planet (GASP)
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance
Green House Collaboration Center
Green New Deal Virginia
Health In Harmony
Heinrich Böll Stiftung Washington, DC
iakwatonhontsanonstats - Kahnawake Youth Climate Collective 
Indigenous Climate Action
Indigenous Environmental Network
Indivisible Ambassadors
Interstate 70 Citizens Advisory Group
Just Transition Alliance
Larimer Alliance for Health, Safety & Environment
Littleton Business Alliance
Mayfair Park Neighborhood Association Board
Mental Health & Inclusion Ministries
Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light
Montbello Neighborhood Improvement Association
Native Movement
New Energy Economy
No Coal in Oakland
North American Climate, Conservation and Environment (NACCE)
North Range Concerned Citizens
Oil and Gas Action Network
Ordained Minister in the U.C.C.
Pacific Environment
Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA)
Primavera Zur
Publish What You Pay - US
Pueblo Action Alliance
RapidShift Network
Red Deer Center 
San Francisco Bay Physicians for Social Responsibility
Save the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Seventh Generation Initiative
Southwest Organization for Sustainability
Spirit of the Sun
Stand.earth
Sunflower Alliance
Surrey For Future
System Change Not Climate Change
Taproot Earth
The Carmack Collective
The Enviro Show 
Third Act Educators
Third Act NYC
Tonatierra
Toronto Raging Grannies
Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Unite North Metro Denver
USW Local 675
Wall of Women
Western Slope Businesses for a Livable Climate
WildEarth Guardians
Womxn from the Mountain
Working for Racial Equity
XR SF Bay

Other

Climate Justice Programme
JPIC 

Who We Are

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Internacional

350.org
ActionAid International 
Artists On The Frontline
BankTrack
Black Indigenous Liberation Movement 
Carbon Market Watch
Care About Climate
Center for International Environmental Law
Climate Action Network International
Climate Clock
Climate Save Movement
Corporate Accountability
Demand Climate Justice
EarthRights International
EcoEquity 
EDGE Funders 
Environmental Justice Foundation
ESCR-Net (International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights)
ETC Group
FIAN International 
Fridays For Future Digital
Friends of the Earth International
Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA)
Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP)
Global Forest Coalition
Global Forum of Communities Discriminated On Work And Descent (GFOD) 
Global Witness
Grassroots to Global
Greenpeace
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA)
Leave it in the Ground Initiative (LINGO)
LIFE Education Sustainability Equality
Moxie Consultancy Collective
Oil Change International
Parents For Future Global
Rainforest Action Network
Recourse
Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples 
Stay Grounded
Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples International Centre for Policy Research and Education)
The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
The Sunrise Project
Third World Network
Transition Network
Transnational Institute 
Transparency International 
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Urgent Action Fund for Women's Human Rights
War on Want
Water Justice and Gender
WECF International 
Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Women's Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)
Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO)
Zero Hour

Africa

AbibiNsroma Foundation 
Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ)
African Center for Advocacy (ACA)
Ako Foundation
Association Nigérienne des Scouts de l'Environnement (ANSEN)
Association pour la Conservation et la Protection des Ecosystèmes des Lacs et l'Agriculture Durable
Bio Vision Africa (BiVA)
Botswana Watch Organization
Brainforest
CADTM Afrique 
Centre de Recherches et d'Appui pour les Alternatives de Développement - Océan Indien (CRAAD-OI)
Centre for Citizens Conserving Environment & Management (CECIC)
Centre for Environmental Justice Togo
Centre for Girls and Interaction (CEGI)
Collectif Sénégalais des Africaines pour la Promotion de l'Éducation Relative à l'Environnement ( COSAPERE) 
Congo Basin Conservation Society CBCS Network 
Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) 
EATegrity
Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) 
Environmental Development Action in the Third World (ENDA)
Endorois Indigenous Women Empowerment Network (EIWEN)
Environmental Rights Action (ERA) / Friends of the Earth Nigeria 
Firelight Foundation
Foundation for the Conservation of the Earth (FOCONE)
Franciscans Africa
GenderCC Southern Africa
Green Development Advocates
Greener Tanzania Livelihood Organization
Greenpeace Africa
groundWork, Friends of the Earth South Africa
Health of Mother Earth Foundation
Humanity for Sustainable Development
JA! Justica Ambiental / FOE Mozambique
Jamaa Resource Initiatives
Kikandwa Environmental Association
Kishoka Youth Organization
Lumière Synergie pour le Développement 
Natural Justice
New Apostolic Centre for Development (NCD)
Oil watch Africa
Action pour le Développement et la protection de la Famille (ADPF) 
Pelum Zambia
Power Shift Africa
RECODEF AACJ
Réseau des Organisations de la Société CIvile pour le DEveloppement du Tonkpi (ROSCIDET)
Resource Link Foundation
SAFE HOME
South Durban Community Environmental Aliance
Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development
Unissons nous Pour la Promotion des Batwa 
Vision for Alternative Development 
WoMin African Alliance 
You-Lean Chad
Zambia Alliance for Agroecology and Biodiversity (ZAAB) 

Asia & Pacifico

350.org Japan
AIPNEE
Al-Ard for Agricultural Development
Alliance for Future Generations - Fiji
Asha Parivar
Asia Dalit Rights Forum
Asia Pacific Transgender Network
Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA)
Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD)
Association For Promotion Sustainable Development
Aware Girls
Bangladesh Krishok Federation 
Beyond Beijing Committee Nepal
Bharat Jan Vigyan Jatha BJVj
Center for Environmental Concerns - Philippines
Centre for Research and Advocacy, Manipur 
Climate Action Merri-bek
Climate Action Network Japan
Climate Club
CNS
Community Initiatives for Development in Pakistan 
Community Rural Development Society Nepal (CRDS Nepal)
Creative Foundation Nepal
Digo Bikas Institute
Diverse Voices and Action (DIVA) for Equality
Education Training & Service for Community- Nepal. (ETSC Nepal)
EMPOWER INDIA
Environics Trust
ETSC Nepal
Federation of Community Forestry Users, Nepal (FECOFUN)
FoE Japan
FridaysForFuture Pakistan
Friends of the Earth Malaysia
GrowthWatch 
Himalaya Niti Abhiyan 
IBON International
Indian Social Action Forum 
Indigenous Peoples Organisation -Australia 
Indigenous Women Legal Awareness Group (INWOLAG)
Institute for Strategic and Development Studies (ISDS)
Korean Advocates for Global Health (KAGH)
Krityanand UNESCO Club Jamshedpur
Let India Breathe 
Lok Shakti Abhiyan
Manushya Foundation
Mom Loves Taiwan Association
Mountain Indigenous Knowledge Centre 
Movement for Advancing Understanding of Sustainability And Mutuality MAUSAM
National Campaign for Sustainable Development Nepal
National Coalition for Education 
Nepal Development Initiative
New Zealand Climate Action Network
NGO Forum on ADB
North-East Affected Area Development Society (NEADS)
Northern Beaches Climate Action Network
Ole Siosiomaga Society Inc (OLSSI)
Oyu Tolgoi Watch
Pacific Islands Climate Action Network 
PAIRVI - India
Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum
Parents for Climate Aotearoa
Paropakar Primary Health Care Centre PPUK
PENGON / Friends of the Earth Palestine
Public Association Women's Organization Alga
Rivers without Boundaries Mongolia
Sanklapa Darchula Nepal(Sankalpa)
Sisi Initiative Site Support Group
Sukaar Welfare Organization 
Sustainable Menstruation Kerala Collective
UNISC International
WALHI / Friends of the Earth Indonesia
Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines 

Europa

A Sud Ecologia e Cooperazione
Aitec
Alle Dörfer Bleiben (All villages stay)
ASEED
ATTAC España
Attac France
Attac Österreich
BankTrack
Biofuelwatch
Bomenstichting Achterhoek
BUNDjugend / Young Friends of the Earth germany 
CADTM France
Cambridge Doughnut Economics Action Group
Cambs Climate Justice Coalition
Campaign against Climate Change
CAN Europe
Canopée
CCFD - Terre Solidaire 
Changing Markets Foundation
Climate Action Network France
Climáximo
Collectif BreakFree Suisse
Communication Workers Union (UK) NW Health, Safety & Environment Forum
Cooperativa CICrA Justicia Ambiental 
Corporate Europe Observatory
Culture Unstained
Danish Association for a Living Sea
Den Grønne Ungdomsbevægelse (The Green Youth Movement)
Deutsche Stiftung Meeresschutz
Divest Parliament
Ecologistas en Acción
European Coordination Via Campesina (ECVC)
Emergenza Climatica
ENERGIES 2050
Enginyeria sense Fronteres
Environmental Action South Yorkshire
Environmental Investigation Agency
Extinction Rebellion Leeds
Feminist Exchange Network 
Focus Association for Sustainable Development
Food & Water Action Europe
Fossil Free Sweden
Fresh Eyes
Fridays For Future - Soder om Soder (FFF SOS)
Friends of the Earth Europe 
Friends of the Earth Malta
Friends of the Earth Norway (Naturvernforbundet)
Friends of the Earth Scotland
Fundación APY
GAFE-France
Gallifrey Foundation
Global Justice Now
Gower St
Grandparents For Future Austria
Grup de Científics i Tècnics per un Futur No Nuclear - GCTPFNN
Hellenic Platform for Development 
Islamic Relief Worldwide
Journalists for Human Rights (JHR)
Jugendrat Wien
Just Transition Wakefield
Kolektiv Z 
Law 4 Palestine 
Leave it in the Ground Initiative (LINGO)
Legambiente
Les Amis de la Terre France
London Mining Network
Mary Robertson Foundation
Movimento No TAP/SNAM di Brindisi
New World Research
NOAH- Friends of the Earth Denmark
Nottingham Climate Assembly 
Novact 
Observatori DESC (Economic, Social, Cultural and Environmental Rights Observatory)
Oil Workers' Rights Protection Organization Public Union
Parents For Future Austria
Per il Clima Fuori dal Fossile
Project HEARD
Rapid Transition Alliance
Razom We Stand
Reclaim Finance
Reclame Fossielvrij
reGeneration Weston
Research-Intellectual Club “Dialogue of Generations” RICDOG
RIPESS Europe - Solidarity Economy Europe
Sciaena
Seas At Risk
SETEM Catalunya
Stamp Out Poverty
Stop Ny Fossil Infrastruktur
System Change Not Climate Change
The Greens Movement of Georgia
The Zetkin Collective
Tipping Point UK
Transition Crich
Trócaire
Unite Commuity York
urgewald
WeMove Europe
Women's Environmental Network (WEN)
Working group Food Justice
Yorkshire and Humber Climate Justice Coalition

America Latina & el Caribe

5Z / At-eN 
Árvore, Ser Tecnológico
ArvoreAgua
Asociación Americana de Juristas 
Asociación de pescadores artesanales del golfo de fonseca Honduras Apagolf 
Asociación Generaciones de Paz (ASDEPAZ)
Asociación Interamericana para la Defensa del Ambiente (AIDA)
Asociación Inti Illimani
Asociación Latinoamericana de Medicina Social ALAMES - Ecuador 
CENSAT Agua Viva - Friends of the Earth Colombia-
Centro de Desarrollo Humano (CDH)
Centro de Documentación en Derechos Humanos "Segundo Montes Mozo S.J." (CSMM)
Centro Nicaragüenses de Conservación Ambiental - CENICA
Centro para la Autonomía y Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas - CADPI 
Climate Action Network Latin America (CANLA)
Colectivo CASA 
Colectivo VientoSur
Comité Ambiental en defensa de la vida Ibagué
Comité defensor de la vida amazonica en lacuenca del río madera
Consejo de Mujeres y Dos Espíritus (LGBT+) Lickanantay - Chile
CooperAcción 
Cosecha Colectiva 
Enda Colombia
Engajamundo
FASE - Solidarity and Education
Fridays for Future Ceará 
Fundación Lickanantay Chile
Fundacion para Estudio e Investigaciones de la Mujer (FEIM)
Fundación RENICC
Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP) - LAC
Geografía Crítica Ecuador
Gobierno Territorial Autonomo de la Nacion Wampis
Groupe d'Action Francophone pour l'Environnement GAFE Haïti
Instituto para la Participacion y el Desarrollo (INPADE)
Juventudes por Latinoamérica y el Caribe
La Ruta del Clima
Lucha por la Amazonia Boliviana 
Mouvement National Citoyen pour le Climat Alternatiba Haïti
Movimiento Ciudadano Frente al Cambio Climatico
Plataforma Boliviana Frente al Cambio Climatico (BFCC)
Pueblo Originario Kichwa de Sarayaku
Project on Organizing, Development, Education, and Research (PODER)
Reaccion Climatica
Red de Custodios del Archipiélago de Bosques y Selvas de Xalapa, Veracruz
Red de Información y Acción Ambiental de Veracruz
Sobrevivencia, Amigos de la Tierra Paraguay
Taller Ecologista
UFBA
Vida Simbiotica 
Voluntarios Ambientalistas de la Región Amazónica

Oriente Medio

Climate Action Network Arab World/Africa
Dibeen For Environmental Development

America del Norte

198 methods
350 Conejo / San Fernando Valley
350NYC
350 Ventura County Climate Hub
Accelerate Neighborhood Climate Action
Arise for Social Justice
Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale (AQOCI)
California Kitchen
Call to Action Colorado
CAN-Rac Canada
Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment
CatholicNetwork US
Center for Biological Diversity
Citizen's Alliance for a Sustainable Englewood
Clean Energy Action
Climate Action for Lifelong Learners (CALL)
Climate Action Parry Sound
Climate Defense Project
Climate Justice Alliance
CO Dem Party - Energy and Environmental Initiative
CODEPINK 
Code Pink Western Mass
Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ)
Community for Sustainable Energy
Destination Zero
Empower Our Future
Extinction Rebellion US
Florida Rising
Fridays For Future Greater Sudbury
Friends of the Earth Canada
Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity 
Grand(m)others Act to Save the Planet (GASP)
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance
Green House Collaboration Center
Green New Deal Virginia
Health In Harmony
Heinrich Böll Stiftung Washington, DC
iakwatonhontsanonstats - Kahnawake Youth Climate Collective 
Indigenous Climate Action
Indigenous Environmental Network
Indivisible Ambassadors
Interstate 70 Citizens Advisory Group
Just Transition Alliance
Larimer Alliance for Health, Safety & Environment
Littleton Business Alliance
Mayfair Park Neighborhood Association Board
Mental Health & Inclusion Ministries
Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light
Montbello Neighborhood Improvement Association
Native Movement
New Energy Economy
North American Climate, Conservation and Environment (NACCE)
North Range Concerned Citizens
Oil and Gas Action Network
Ordained Minister in the U.C.C.
Pacific Environment
Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA)
Publish What You Pay - US
Pueblo Action Alliance
RapidShift Network
Red Deer Center 
San Francisco Bay Physicians for Social Responsibility
Save the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Seventh Generation Initiative
Southwest Organization for Sustainability
Spirit of the Sun
Stand.earth
Sunflower Alliance
Surrey For Future
System Change Not Climate Change
Taproot Earth
The Carmack Collective
The Enviro Show 
Third Act Educators
Third Act NYC
Tonatierra
Toronto Raging Grannies
Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Unite North Metro Denver
USW Local 675
Wall of Women
Western Slope Businesses for a Livable Climate
WildEarth Guardians
Womxn from the Mountain
Working for Racial Equity
XR SF Bay

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Climate Justice Programme
JPIC 

Who We Are

Soutiens de l'appel pour exclure les grands pollueurs de la COP 27


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Internationale

350.org
ActionAid International 
Artists On The Frontline
BankTrack
Black Indigenous Liberation Movement 
Carbon Market Watch
Care About Climate
Center for International Environmental Law
Climate Action Network International
Climate Clock
Climate Save Movement
Corporate Accountability
Demand Climate Justice
EarthRights International
EcoEquity 
EDGE Funders 
Environmental Justice Foundation
ESCR-Net (International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights)
ETC Group
FIAN International 
Fridays For Future Digital
Friends of the Earth International
Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA)
Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP)
Global Forest Coalition
Global Forum of Communities Discriminated On Work And Descent (GFOD) 
Global Witness
Grassroots to Global
Greenpeace
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA)
Leave it in the Ground Initiative (LINGO)
LIFE Education Sustainability Equality
Moxie Consultancy Collective
Oil Change International
Parents For Future Global
Rainforest Action Network
Recourse
Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples 
Stay Grounded
Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples International Centre for Policy Research and Education)
The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
The Sunrise Project
Third World Network
Transition Network
Transnational Institute 
Transparency International 
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Urgent Action Fund for Women's Human Rights
War on Want
Water Justice and Gender
WECF International 
Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Women's Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)
Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO)
Zero Hour

Afrique

AbibiNsroma Foundation 
Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ)
African Center for Advocacy (ACA)
Ako Foundation
Association Nigérienne des Scouts de l'Environnement (ANSEN)
Association pour la Conservation et la Protection des Ecosystèmes des Lacs et l'Agriculture Durable
Bio Vision Africa (BiVA)
Botswana Watch Organization
Brainforest
CADTM Afrique 
Centre de Recherches et d'Appui pour les Alternatives de Développement - Océan Indien (CRAAD-OI)
Centre for Citizens Conserving Environment & Management (CECIC)
Centre for Environmental Justice Togo
Centre for Girls and Interaction (CEGI)
Collectif Sénégalais des Africaines pour la Promotion de l'Éducation Relative à l'Environnement ( COSAPERE) 
Congo Basin Conservation Society CBCS Network 
Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) 
EATegrity
Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) 
Environmental Development Action in the Third World (ENDA)
Endorois Indigenous Women Empowerment Network (EIWEN)
Environmental Rights Action (ERA) / Friends of the Earth Nigeria 
Firelight Foundation
Foundation for the Conservation of the Earth (FOCONE)
Franciscans Africa
GenderCC Southern Africa
Green Development Advocates
Greener Tanzania Livelihood Organization
Greenpeace Africa
groundWork, Friends of the Earth South Africa
Health of Mother Earth Foundation
Humanity for Sustainable Development
JA! Justica Ambiental / FOE Mozambique
Jamaa Resource Initiatives
Kikandwa Environmental Association
Kishoka Youth Organization
Lumière Synergie pour le Développement 
Natural Justice
New Apostolic Centre for Development (NCD)
Oil watch Africa
Action pour le Développement et la protection de la Famille (ADPF) 
Pelum Zambia
Power Shift Africa
RECODEF AACJ
Réseau des Organisations de la Société CIvile pour le DEveloppement du Tonkpi (ROSCIDET)
Resource Link Foundation
SAFE HOME
South Durban Community Environmental Aliance
Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development
Unissons nous Pour la Promotion des Batwa 
Vision for Alternative Development 
WoMin African Alliance 
You-Lean Chad
Zambia Alliance for Agroecology and Biodiversity (ZAAB) 

Asie & Pacifique

350.org Japan
AIPNEE
Al-Ard for Agricultural Development
Alliance for Future Generations - Fiji
Asha Parivar
Asia Dalit Rights Forum
Asia Pacific Transgender Network
Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA)
Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD)
Association For Promotion Sustainable Development
Aware Girls
Bangladesh Krishok Federation 
Beyond Beijing Committee Nepal
Bharat Jan Vigyan Jatha BJVj
Center for Environmental Concerns - Philippines
Centre for Research and Advocacy, Manipur 
Climate Action Merri-bek
Climate Action Network Japan
Climate Club
CNS
Community Initiatives for Development in Pakistan 
Community Rural Development Society Nepal (CRDS Nepal)
Creative Foundation Nepal
Digo Bikas Institute
Diverse Voices and Action (DIVA) for Equality
Education Training & Service for Community- Nepal. (ETSC Nepal)
EMPOWER INDIA
Environics Trust
ETSC Nepal
Federation of Community Forestry Users, Nepal (FECOFUN)
FoE Japan
FridaysForFuture Pakistan
Friends of the Earth Malaysia
GrowthWatch 
Himalaya Niti Abhiyan 
IBON International
Indian Social Action Forum 
Indigenous Peoples Organisation -Australia 
Indigenous Women Legal Awareness Group (INWOLAG)
Institute for Strategic and Development Studies (ISDS)
Korean Advocates for Global Health (KAGH)
Krityanand UNESCO Club Jamshedpur
Let India Breathe 
Lok Shakti Abhiyan
Manushya Foundation
Mom Loves Taiwan Association
Mountain Indigenous Knowledge Centre 
Movement for Advancing Understanding of Sustainability And Mutuality MAUSAM
National Campaign for Sustainable Development Nepal
National Coalition for Education 
Nepal Development Initiative
New Zealand Climate Action Network
NGO Forum on ADB
North-East Affected Area Development Society (NEADS)
Northern Beaches Climate Action Network
Ole Siosiomaga Society Inc (OLSSI)
Oyu Tolgoi Watch
Pacific Islands Climate Action Network 
PAIRVI - India
Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum
Parents for Climate Aotearoa
Paropakar Primary Health Care Centre PPUK
PENGON / Friends of the Earth Palestine
Public Association Women's Organization Alga
Rivers without Boundaries Mongolia
Sanklapa Darchula Nepal(Sankalpa)
Sisi Initiative Site Support Group
Sukaar Welfare Organization 
Sustainable Menstruation Kerala Collective
UNISC International
WALHI / Friends of the Earth Indonesia
Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines 

L'Europe

A Sud Ecologia e Cooperazione
Aitec
Alle Dörfer Bleiben (All villages stay)
ASEED
ATTAC España
Attac France
Attac Österreich
BankTrack
Biofuelwatch
Bomenstichting Achterhoek
BUNDjugend / Young Friends of the Earth germany 
CADTM France
Cambridge Doughnut Economics Action Group
Cambs Climate Justice Coalition
Campaign against Climate Change
CAN Europe
Canopée
CCFD - Terre Solidaire 
Changing Markets Foundation
Climate Action Network France
Climáximo
Collectif BreakFree Suisse
Communication Workers Union (UK) NW Health, Safety & Environment Forum
Cooperativa CICrA Justicia Ambiental 
Corporate Europe Observatory
Culture Unstained
Danish Association for a Living Sea
Den Grønne Ungdomsbevægelse (The Green Youth Movement)
Deutsche Stiftung Meeresschutz
Divest Parliament
Ecologistas en Acción
European Coordination Via Campesina (ECVC)
Emergenza Climatica
ENERGIES 2050
Enginyeria sense Fronteres
Environmental Action South Yorkshire
Environmental Investigation Agency
Extinction Rebellion Leeds
Feminist Exchange Network 
Focus Association for Sustainable Development
Food & Water Action Europe
Fossil Free Sweden
Fresh Eyes
Fridays For Future - Soder om Soder (FFF SOS)
Friends of the Earth Europe 
Friends of the Earth Malta
Friends of the Earth Norway (Naturvernforbundet)
Friends of the Earth Scotland
Fundación APY
GAFE-France
Gallifrey Foundation
Global Justice Now
Gower St
Grandparents For Future Austria
Grup de Científics i Tècnics per un Futur No Nuclear - GCTPFNN
Hellenic Platform for Development 
Islamic Relief Worldwide
Journalists for Human Rights (JHR)
Jugendrat Wien
Just Transition Wakefield
Kolektiv Z 
Law 4 Palestine 
Leave it in the Ground Initiative (LINGO)
Legambiente
Les Amis de la Terre France
London Mining Network
Mary Robertson Foundation
Movimento No TAP/SNAM di Brindisi
New World Research
NOAH- Friends of the Earth Denmark
Nottingham Climate Assembly 
Novact 
Observatori DESC (Economic, Social, Cultural and Environmental Rights Observatory)
Oil Workers' Rights Protection Organization Public Union
Parents For Future Austria
Per il Clima Fuori dal Fossile
Project HEARD
Rapid Transition Alliance
Razom We Stand
Reclaim Finance
Reclame Fossielvrij
reGeneration Weston
Research-Intellectual Club “Dialogue of Generations” RICDOG
RIPESS Europe - Solidarity Economy Europe
Sciaena
Seas At Risk
SETEM Catalunya
Stamp Out Poverty
Stop Ny Fossil Infrastruktur
System Change Not Climate Change
The Greens Movement of Georgia
The Zetkin Collective
Tipping Point UK
Transition Crich
Trócaire
Unite Commuity York
urgewald
WeMove Europe
Women's Environmental Network (WEN)
Working group Food Justice
Yorkshire and Humber Climate Justice Coalition

Amerique Latin & Caraibes

5Z / At-eN 
Árvore, Ser Tecnológico
ArvoreAgua
Asociación Americana de Juristas 
Asociación de pescadores artesanales del golfo de fonseca Honduras Apagolf 
Asociación Generaciones de Paz (ASDEPAZ)
Asociación Interamericana para la Defensa del Ambiente (AIDA)
Asociación Inti Illimani
Asociación Latinoamericana de Medicina Social ALAMES - Ecuador 
CENSAT Agua Viva - Friends of the Earth Colombia-
Centro de Desarrollo Humano (CDH)
Centro de Documentación en Derechos Humanos "Segundo Montes Mozo S.J." (CSMM)
Centro Nicaragüenses de Conservación Ambiental - CENICA
Centro para la Autonomía y Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas - CADPI 
Climate Action Network Latin America (CANLA)
Colectivo CASA 
Colectivo VientoSur
Comité Ambiental en defensa de la vida Ibagué
Comité defensor de la vida amazonica en lacuenca del río madera
Consejo de Mujeres y Dos Espíritus (LGBT+) Lickanantay - Chile
CooperAcción 
Cosecha Colectiva 
Enda Colombia
Engajamundo
FASE - Solidarity and Education
Fridays for Future Ceará 
Fundación Lickanantay Chile
Fundacion para Estudio e Investigaciones de la Mujer (FEIM)
Fundación RENICC
Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP) - LAC
Geografía Crítica Ecuador
Gobierno Territorial Autonomo de la Nacion Wampis
Groupe d'Action Francophone pour l'Environnement GAFE Haïti
Instituto para la Participacion y el Desarrollo (INPADE)
Juventudes por Latinoamérica y el Caribe
La Ruta del Clima
Lucha por la Amazonia Boliviana 
Mouvement National Citoyen pour le Climat Alternatiba Haïti
Movimiento Ciudadano Frente al Cambio Climatico
Plataforma Boliviana Frente al Cambio Climatico (BFCC)
Pueblo Originario Kichwa de Sarayaku
Project on Organizing, Development, Education, and Research (PODER)
Reaccion Climatica
Red de Custodios del Archipiélago de Bosques y Selvas de Xalapa, Veracruz
Red de Información y Acción Ambiental de Veracruz
Sobrevivencia, Amigos de la Tierra Paraguay
Taller Ecologista
UFBA
Vida Simbiotica 
Voluntarios Ambientalistas de la Región Amazónica

Moyen-Orient

Climate Action Network Arab World/Africa
Dibeen For Environmental Development

Amerique du Nord

198 methods
350 Conejo / San Fernando Valley
350NYC
350 Ventura County Climate Hub
Accelerate Neighborhood Climate Action
Arise for Social Justice
Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale (AQOCI)
California Kitchen
Call to Action Colorado
CAN-Rac Canada
Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment
CatholicNetwork US
Center for Biological Diversity
Citizen's Alliance for a Sustainable Englewood
Clean Energy Action
Climate Action for Lifelong Learners (CALL)
Climate Action Parry Sound
Climate Defense Project
Climate Justice Alliance
CO Dem Party - Energy and Environmental Initiative
CODEPINK 
Code Pink Western Mass
Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ)
Community for Sustainable Energy
Destination Zero
Empower Our Future
Extinction Rebellion US
Florida Rising
Fridays For Future Greater Sudbury
Friends of the Earth Canada
Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity 
Grand(m)others Act to Save the Planet (GASP)
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance
Green House Collaboration Center
Green New Deal Virginia
Health In Harmony
Heinrich Böll Stiftung Washington, DC
iakwatonhontsanonstats - Kahnawake Youth Climate Collective 
Indigenous Climate Action
Indigenous Environmental Network
Indivisible Ambassadors
Interstate 70 Citizens Advisory Group
Just Transition Alliance
Larimer Alliance for Health, Safety & Environment
Littleton Business Alliance
Mayfair Park Neighborhood Association Board
Mental Health & Inclusion Ministries
Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light
Montbello Neighborhood Improvement Association
Native Movement
New Energy Economy
North American Climate, Conservation and Environment (NACCE)
North Range Concerned Citizens
Oil and Gas Action Network
Ordained Minister in the U.C.C.
Pacific Environment
Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA)
Publish What You Pay - US
Pueblo Action Alliance
RapidShift Network
Red Deer Center 
San Francisco Bay Physicians for Social Responsibility
Save the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Seventh Generation Initiative
Southwest Organization for Sustainability
Spirit of the Sun
Stand.earth
Sunflower Alliance
Surrey For Future
System Change Not Climate Change
Taproot Earth
The Carmack Collective
The Enviro Show 
Third Act Educators
Third Act NYC
Tonatierra
Toronto Raging Grannies
Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Unite North Metro Denver
USW Local 675
Wall of Women
Western Slope Businesses for a Livable Climate
WildEarth Guardians
Womxn from the Mountain
Working for Racial Equity
XR SF Bay

Autre

Climate Justice Programme
JPIC 

Take Action as an Individual

Add your name alongside others around the world demanding world governments kick Big Polluters out of COP27

To world governments ahead of COP27:

We write to you as people, activists, and community leaders around the world united in demanding an end to the corporate capture that has driven us to the brink of extinction. Around the world, we are already experiencing irreversible damage to the planet, and the loss of homelands, cultures, and ecosystems. And it is those among us that have contributed the very least to climate change that are paying the highest price–their lives and livelihoods. 

Year after year, world governments have protected the interests of Big Polluters and have failed to deliver the needed climate equity and action, to end the world’s fossil fuel addiction, and to rapidly and justly transition to a new global system – one that is equitable, socially just, gender responsive, nature-restoring, fossil fuel-free, and life affirming. Year after year, it is the greed and profits of Big Polluters that reign, and that continue to pillage and plunder from frontline communities with impunity.

We know who is to blame for the climate crisis. For over half a century, Big Polluters have known their deadly products would cause tremendous harm. What did they do? They hid the truth, sowed doubt, and invested billions of dollars to delay climate action. All in the name of greed and profits. And world governments, particularly from the Global North, have enabled and supported them every step of the way.

We, people from communities and countries around the world, ask you – what do you stand for? Do you stand for the greedy, reckless, and deadly business practices of Big Polluters that have driven us to the brink of extinction? Or do you stand for a world where the people in your communities can thrive and where we protect and nurture the planet that is our only home?

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Ahead of COP27 happening in Sharm El Sheikh in November 2022, we demand:

1. No more writing the rules.

Big Polluters must not be granted access to climate policymaking. This allows them to continue to unduly influence, weaken, and undermine the global response to climate change, and it’s why we are on the brink of extinction. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change must urgently establish an Accountability Framework to end this corporate capture. As an immediate next step, beginning with COP27, all participants must be required to publicly disclose and declare their interests. People deserve to know who is at the policymaking table, and what their real agenda is. 

2. No more bankrolling climate action.

No Big Polluter partnership or sponsorships of climate talks or climate action. Not now. Not ever. Major polluters must not be allowed to greenwash themselves and literally buy their way out of culpability for a crisis they have caused. Already, two major polluters have been named as COP27 partners- Coca-Cola, the  world’s largest plastics polluter and a major political blocker of action; and Microsoft, the world’s largest tech partner to the oil and gas industry. The UNFCCC will always fail to deliver so long as this is deemed acceptable.

3. Polluters Out- People In.

While civil society has always participated in the COP process, governments have made it more difficult each time for NGOs and climate justice movements to have their voices heard. We need equitable, meaningful inclusion. Climate action must center the leadership and lived experience of the people, especially those on the frontlines of the climate crisis. With frontline communities in the lead, we must end the funding and validation of dangerous distractions and false solutions that promote Big Polluters’ profits, enable their abuses, and guarantee decades more of fossil fuel use.

4. Reset the system.

Capitalism is destroying life as we know it. It’s time to build a new way of living and collaborating that works for people, not polluters, and that restores, rather than destroys, nature. We need real, just, accountable, gender responsive, community-led, nature-restoring, and proven and transformative solutions to be implemented rapidly and justly. We need a total and equitable transition off of fossil fuels. We need real solutions that center the rights of Indigenous peoples, local communities and the protection of those speaking up for justice. We need an end to the impunity of corporate abuses.

COP27 must be a reset of the system. A moment to abandon the old, profiteering, polluting world order, and a time to reimagine and rapidly implement global collaboration that centers equity, justice, science, and humanity. We don’t have to tell you what another failed COP will mean for people and the planet.

Take Action as an Individual

Suma tu nombre al de otras personas de todo el mundo que exigen que los gobiernos de todo el mundo echen a los Grandes Contaminadores de la COP27.

A los gobiernos del mundo antes de la COP27:

La crisis climática ya no está por llegar; está aquí y ahora. En todo el mundo, ya estamos experimentando daños irreversibles en el planeta y la pérdida de tierras, culturas, ecosistemas y más, todo esto a diario. Y son las comunidades de todo el mundo que menos han contribuido al cambio climático las que están pagando el precio más alto: sus vidas y medios de subsistencia.

Estamos viviendo una crisis climática, no porque era inevitable o ineludible. Más bien, hemos sido testigos de como los gobiernos del mundo protegen los intereses de los Grandes Contaminadores y fallan año tras año en brindar la equidad climática y las acciones necesarias para terminar con la adicción a los combustibles fósiles en el mundo, y para hacer una transición rápida y justa a un nuevo sistema global, uno que sea equitativo, socialmente justo, sensible al género, restaurador de la naturaleza, libre de combustibles fósiles y que afirme la vida. 

Hemos sido testigos de que los gobiernos del mundo, en particular los EE. UU., la UE, Noruega, Canadá, Australia y Nueva Zelanda, causan innumerables retrasos y obstruyen tantas oportunidades para actuar de manera significativa. Han continuado con el legado del racismo, el patriarcado, el extractivismo y el colonialismo año tras año, protegiendo la codicia y las ganancias de los Grandes Contaminadores que continúan ultrajando y saqueando impunemente a las comunidades en la primera línea de los impactos climáticos.

Sabemos quién es responsable de la crisis climática. Durante más de medio siglo, los Grandes Contaminadores han sabido que sus productos mortales causarían un daño tremendo. ¿Qué hicieron? Ocultaron la verdad, sembraron dudas e invirtieron miles de millones de dólares para retrasar la acción climática. Todo en nombre de la codicia y las ganancias, sin importar el costo para las personas y el planeta. ¿Por qué continúan apoyándolos y permitiéndoles salirse del camino?

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Nosotros le preguntamos: ¿qué representa? ¿Defiende las prácticas comerciales obscenamente codiciosas, imprudentes y mortales de los Grandes Contaminadores que nos han llevado al borde de la extinción? ¿O defiende un mundo en el que las comunidades puedan prosperar y en el que protejamos y cuidemos el planeta Tierra, que es nuestro único hogar?

Antes de la COP27, que tendrá lugar en Sharm El Sheikh en noviembre de 2022, exigimos:

1. Basta de escribir las reglas

Los Grandes Contaminadores no deben tener acceso a la formulación de políticas climáticas. Esto les permite continuar influenciando, debilitando y socavando indebidamente la respuesta global al cambio climático, y es por eso que estamos al borde de la extinción. La Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático debe establecer urgentemente un Marco de Responsabilidad para poner fin a esta captura corporativa. Como siguiente paso inmediato, a partir de la COP27, se debe exigir a todos los participantes que divulguen y declaren públicamente sus intereses. Los pueblos merecen saber quién está en la mesa de la formulación de políticas y cuál es su verdadera agenda.

2. Basta de financiar la acción climática.

Ninguna asociación con los Grandes Contaminadores ni patrocinios de negociaciones climáticas o acción climática. Ni ahora. Ni nunca. No se debe permitir que los principales contaminadores hagan greenwashing y, literalmente, compren su exención de culpabilidad por una crisis que han causado. Ya se han nombrado dos grandes contaminadores como socios de la COP27: Coca-Cola, el mayor contaminador de plásticos del mundo y un importante bloqueador político de la acción; y Microsoft, el socio tecnológico más grande del mundo para la industria del petróleo y el gas. La CMNUCC siempre fallará en cumplir mientras se considere aceptable.

3. Los contaminadores, fuera; las personas, dentro.

Si bien la sociedad civil siempre ha participado en el proceso de la COP, los gobiernos han hecho cada vez más difícil que las ONG y los movimientos por la justicia climática hagan oír sus voces. Necesitamos una inclusión equitativa y significativa. La acción climática debe ser el centro del liderazgo y de la experiencia vivida de las personas, especialmente para aquellas en la primera línea de la crisis climática. Con las comunidades de primera línea a la cabeza, debemos poner fin a la financiación y validación de distracciones peligrosas y soluciones falsas que promueven las ganancias de los Grandes Contaminadores, permiten sus abusos y garantizan más décadas de uso de combustibles fósiles.

4. Los sistemas cambian.

El capitalismo está destruyendo la vida tal como la conocemos. Es hora de construir una nueva forma de vivir y colaborar que funcione para las personas, no para los contaminadores, y que restaure, en lugar de destruir, la naturaleza. Necesitamos soluciones reales, justas, responsables, con perspectiva de género, dirigidas por la comunidad, restauradoras de la naturaleza, comprobadas y transformadoras que se implementen de manera rápida y justa. Necesitamos una transición total y equitativa fuera de los combustibles fósiles. Necesitamos soluciones reales que pongan en el centro los derechos de los pueblos indígenas, las comunidades locales y la protección de quienes defienden la justicia. Necesitamos poner fin a la impunidad de los abusos corporativos.

La COP27 debe ser un reinicio del sistema. Un momento para abandonar el viejo orden mundial, especulador y contaminante, y un momento para reinventar e implementar rápidamente una colaboración global que ponga en el centro la equidad, la justicia, la ciencia y la humanidad. No tenemos que decirle lo que significará otra COP fallida para las personas y el planeta.

Take Action as an Individual

Ajoute ton nom à la liste des personnes partout dans le monde qui demandent aux gouvernements d'exclure les grands pollueurs de la COP 27.

Aux gouvernements du monde entier en vue de la COP27 :

La crise climatique n’est plus à notre porte, elle est ici et maintenant. Partout dans le monde et quotidiennement,nous subissons déjà des dommages irréversibles,perte de nos terres natales, de nos cultures, de nos écosystèmes et bien d’autres choses encore. Ce sont les communautés qui ont le moins contribué au changement climatique qui paient le prix le plus élevé, de leurs vies et de leurs moyens de subsistance.

Nous vivons une crise climatique, non pas parce qu’elle était inévitable ou inéluctable mais parce que nous avons assister passivement à la protection des intérêts des gros pollueurs par les gouvernements et nous avons échouer, année après année, à garantir l’équité et  l’action climatique nécessaire pour mettre fin à notre dépendance aux combustibles fossiles, nous n’avons pas su engager une  transition rapide et juste vers un nouveau système mondial — un système équitable, socialement juste, sensible à l’égalité des genres, qui restaure la nature, sans combustibles fossiles et tourné vers la vie.

Nous avons vu les gouvernements de monde entier, en particulier les États-Unis, l’Union européenne, la Norvège, le Canada, l’Australie et la Nouvelle-Zélande, causer d’innombrables retards et faire obstacle à de nombreuses reprises. Année après année, ils ont perpétué l’héritage du racisme, du patriarcat, de l’extractivisme et du colonialisme protégeant la cupidité et les profits des gros pollueurs qui continuent à piller les communautés les plus vulnérables en toute impunité.

Nous savons qui est responsable de la crise climatique. Depuis plus d’un demi-siècle, les gros pollueurs savent que leurs produits mortels causeraient d’énormes dégâts. Mais qu’ont-ils fait ? Ils ont caché la vérité, semé le doute et investi des milliards de dollars pour retarder l’action climatique. Tout cela au nom de la cupidité et des profits, peu importe le coût subit par les populations et la planète. Pourquoi continuez-vous à les soutenir et à les aider à chaque étape de ce processus ?

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Nous vous demandons : Quelles valeurs défendez-vous ? Soutenez-vous les pratiques commerciales obscènement avides, imprudentes et mortelles des gros pollueurs qui nous ont conduits au bord de l’extinction ? Ou défendez-vous un monde où les communautés sont susceptibles de prospérer et où nous protégeons et entretenons notre seule demeure, la planète Terre  ?

En prévision de la COP27 qui se tiendra à Sharm El Sheikh en novembre 2022, nous exigeons :

1. Que les gros pollueurs ne rédigent plus les règles du jeu.

Les gros pollueurs ne devraient pas avoir accès à l’élaboration des politiques climatiques. Cela leur permet de continuer à influencer à affaiblir et à saper la réponse internationale à apporter face au changement climatique, et c’est la raison pour laquelle nous sommes au bord de l’extinction. La convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques devrait de toute urgence établir un cadre de responsabilité pour mettre fin à cette prise d’otage de la part des entreprises. Dès la COP27, nous proposons que tous les participants divulguent et déclarent publiquement leurs intérêts. Les populations méritent de savoir qui se trouve à la table des décideurs et quel est leur véritable agenda.

2. Que les gros pollueurs arrêtent de financer l’action climatique.

No Big Polluter partnership or sponsorships of climate talks or climate action. Not now. Not ever. Major polluters must not be allowed to greenwash themselves and literally buy their way out of culpability for a crisis they have caused. Already, two major polluters have been named as COP27 partners- Coca-Cola, the  world’s largest plastics polluter and a major political blocker of climate action; and Microsoft, the world’s largest tech partner to the oil and gas industry. The UNFCCC will always fail to deliver so long as this is deemed acceptable.

3. Les pollueurs dehors, les populations dedans.

Alors que la société civile a toujours participé au processus de la COP, les gouvernements ont chaque fois rendu leur participation plus difficile ne lui permettant pas de faire entendre sa voix. Nous avons besoin d’une inclusion équitable et significative. L’action climatique doit être axée sur le leadership et l’expérience vécue des populations, en particulier les plus vulnérables à la crise climatique. Avec les communautés les plus vulnérables, nous devons mettre fin au financement de fausses solutions qui favorisent les profits des gros pollueurs, permettent des abus et garantissent l’utilisation de combustibles fossiles pour des décennies supplémentaires.

4. Changement des systèmes.

Comme nous le savons tous, le capitalisme détruit la vie. Il est temps de construire un nouveau mode de vie et de collaboration qui fonctionne pour les populations et non pour les pollueurs, et qui restaure la nature plutôt que  la détruire. Nous avons besoin de solutions réelles, justes, responsables, sensibles à la dimension de genre, dirigées par la communauté, qui restaurent la nature, qui ont fait leurs preuves et sont transformatrices, et qui sont susceptibles d’être mises en œuvre rapidement et équitablement. Nous avons besoin d’une transition totale et équitable vers l’abandon des combustibles fossiles. Nous avons besoin de solutions réelles axées sur les droits des peuples autochtones et des communautés locales, et sur la protection de ceux qui défendent la justice. Nous devons mettre fin à l’impunité des entreprises.

La COP27 devrait être un renouvellement du système. C’est le moment d’abandonner l’ancien ordre mondial polluant et lucratif,  de réinventer et de mettre rapidement en œuvre une collaboration axée sur l’équité, la justice, la science et l’humanité. Nous n’avons pas besoin de vous dire ce qu’un autre échec de la COP signifiera pour les populations et la planète.

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We know who is to blame for the climate crisis. For over half a century, Big Polluters have known their deadly products would cause harm. What did they do? They hid the truth, sowed doubt, and invested billions of dollars to delay climate action. All in the name of greed and profits, no matter the cost to people and the planet. 

Now, they’ve rigged the very system meant to coordinate a global response to climate change. As a result, climate action failure is on our doorstep. The world’s ecosystems are being destroyed. Millions of lives and livelihoods are being lost. 

It’s time for the people to take the power back into our own hands. It’s time we kick them out. 

Endorse this global call to world governments demanding they kick Big Polluters out of COP27

To world governments ahead of COP27:

We write to you as people, activists, and community leaders around the world united in demanding an end to the corporate capture that has driven us to the brink of extinction. Around the world, we are already experiencing irreversible damage to the planet, and the loss of homelands, cultures, and ecosystems. And it is those among us that have contributed the very least to climate change that are paying the highest price–their lives and livelihoods. 

Year after year, world governments have protected the interests of Big Polluters and have failed to deliver the needed climate equity and action, to end the world’s fossil fuel addiction, and to rapidly and justly transition to a new global system – one that is equitable, socially just, gender responsive, nature-restoring, fossil fuel-free, and life affirming. Year after year, it is the greed and profits of Big Polluters that reign, and that continue to pillage and plunder from frontline communities with impunity.

We know who is to blame for the climate crisis. For over half a century, Big Polluters have known their deadly products would cause tremendous harm. What did they do? They hid the truth, sowed doubt, and invested billions of dollars to delay climate action. All in the name of greed and profits. And world governments, particularly from the Global North, have enabled and supported them every step of the way. 

We, the [x] people from communities and countries around the world, ask you – what do you stand for? Do you stand for the greedy, reckless, and deadly business practices of Big Polluters that have driven us to the brink of extinction? Or do you stand for a world where the people in your communities can thrive and where we protect and nurture the planet that is our only home? 

Ahead of COP27 happening in Sharm El Sheikh in November 2022, we demand:

No more writing the rules.

Big Polluters must not be granted access to climate policymaking. This allows them to continue to unduly influence, weaken, and undermine the global response to climate change, and it’s why we are on the brink of extinction. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change must urgently establish an Accountability Framework to end this corporate capture. As an immediate next step, beginning with COP27, all participants must be required to publicly disclose and declare their interests. People deserve to know who is at the policymaking table, and what their real agenda is.

No more bankrolling climate action.

No Big Polluter partnership or sponsorships of climate talks or climate action. Not now. Not ever. Major polluters must not be allowed to greenwash themselves and literally buy their way out of culpability for a crisis they have caused. Already, two major polluters have been named as COP27 partners- Coca-Cola, the world’s largest plastics polluter and a major political blocker of climate action; and Microsoft, the world’s largest tech partner to the oil and gas industry. The UNFCCC will always fail to deliver so long as this is deemed acceptable.

Polluters Out- People In.

While civil society has always participated in the COP process, governments have made it more difficult each time for NGOs and climate justice movements to have their voices heard. We need equitable, meaningful inclusion. Climate action must center the leadership and lived experience of the people, especially those on the frontlines of the climate crisis. With frontline communities in the lead, we must end the funding and validation of dangerous distractions and false solutions that promote Big Polluters’ profits, enable their abuses, and guarantee decades more of fossil fuel use.

Systems change.

Capitalism is destroying life as we know it. It’s time to build a new way of living and collaborating that works for people, not polluters, and that restores, rather than destroys, nature. We need real, just, accountable, gender responsive, community-led, nature-restoring, and proven and transformative solutions to be implemented rapidly and justly. We need a total and equitable transition off of fossil fuels. We need real solutions that center the rights of Indigenous peoples, local communities and the protection of those speaking up for justice. We need an end to the impunity of corporate abuses.

COP27 must be a reset of the system. A moment to abandon the old, profiteering, polluting world order, and a time to reimagine and rapidly implement global collaboration that centers equity, science, humanity. We don’t have to tell you what another failed COP will mean for people and the planet.

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