• Wa Ni Ska Tan: An Alliance of Hydro-Impacted Communities

    Wa Ni Ska Tan is the Cree word for ‘Wake Up’ or to ‘Rise up’. Wa Ni Ska Tan: An Alliance of Hydro-Impacted Communities emerged out of the priorities voiced by hydro-impacted Indigenous communities. The Alliance consists of representatives from 24 Cree (Ininew/Inniniwak), Anishinaabe, and Métis nations; 22 researchers; 14 social justice and environmental NGOs; […]

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  • Rolling Justice Bus

    RJB challenges the “business as usual” story and articulates a new hope-filled story for BC: one based on healthy relationships, respect for the web of life, and empowered communities. We encourage, support and celebrate grassroots initiatives throughout BC that focus on ecological, economic and/or Indigenous justice, connecting the local issues with provincial, national and global […]

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  • North American Megadam Resistance Alliance (NAMRA)

    NAMRA is a coalition of organizations whose mission is to protect rivers and their communities by resisting megadams and associated transmission corridors.  NAMRA seeks to: 1) Debunk the myth that Canadian hydropower is “clean” and renewable energy, 2) Shut down markets for dirty Canadian hydropower by stopping transmission corridors to the U.S., and 3) Promote […]

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  • Kairos Canada

    We are Indigenous, settlers and newcomers in Canada working with people of faith or conscience all over the world for ecological justice and human rights. Office location: Toronto and Ottawa, ON, Canada Work location: Canada https://www.kairoscanada.org/

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  • Grand Riverkeeper Labrador

    Our goal is to preserve and protect the water quality and the ecological integrity of the Grand (Churchill) River and its estuaries for present and future users and for posterity through actions of public awareness, monitoring, intervention and habitat restoration. Main office: Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL, Canada Work location: Labrador, Canada http://www.grandriverkeeperlabrador.ca/inquiry/

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  • Somos una América, Somos Abya Yala

    Somos una America, We are Abya Yala (We are One America We are Abya Yala)  is a continental communications platform that links youth groups, individuals and social organizations that are building social movement, opinion, debate, proposals and alternative actions to Global Capitalism. We are sharing critical views beyond national borders, affirming in the difference is […]

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  • Labrador Land Protectors

    We are a group of concerned citizens fighting against the development of the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric mega-project. We are a diverse group consisting of both indigenous and settler people, and we come from all walks of life. We all bring different experiences, perspectives, and opinions. We are Labradorians and have many supporters from around the […]

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  • Observatory on Indigenous Thematic in Latin America (OBIAL)

    OBIAL- Observatory on Indigenous Thematic in Latin America (OBIAL) of the Federal University of Latin American Integration (UNILA), located in Foz do Iguaçu – Paraná, Brazil, in the triple border (Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina) works directly with the indigenous communities of the Guarani people that are affected by two hydroelectric plants: “Itaipu Binational” between Brazil […]

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  • Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India

    The Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India (Forum to be brief) is a network of individuals and organisations who are interested in engaging with water conflicts in India. The Forum has been in existence since 2004, and so far has completed two phases of its work. The first phase involved the understanding […]

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  • Save the Mekong Network

    The Save the Mekong Coalition is a coalition of non-government organizations, community-based groups and networks, academics, artists and ordinary citizens within the Mekong region and internationally. The coalition was formed in 2009 in response to the public’s growing concern about the effects that hydropower dam development on the Mekong River would have on migratory fish […]

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  • Peace Valley Landowner Association

    PVLA represents landowners who are impacted by the proposed Site C dam. Office location: Fort Saint John, BC, Canada Work location: Western Canada https://www.peacevalleyland.com

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  • Sierra Club of BC

    Sierra Club BC works to support people stewarding abundant ecosystems and a stable climate, while building resilient, equitable communities. Office location: Victoria, BC, Canada Work location: British Columbia, Canada https://sierraclub.bc.ca/

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  • Peace Valley Environment Association

    The PVEA’s mission is to stop the proposed Site C dam, remove the flood reserve and foster a sustainable land use plan for the Peace River Valley Office location: Fort St. John, BC, Canada Work location: Western Canada http://www.peacevalley.ca/

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  • RAVEN (Respecting Aboriginal Values and Environmental Needs)

    RAVEN raises money to support Indigenous Nations achieve access to justice, enforce their rights and title, and protect their lands and waters. RAVEN supported West Moberly First Nations and Prophet River First Nations in fighting the proposed Site C dam in north-eastern British Columbia. Office location: Victoria, BC, Canada Work location: Canada https://raventrust.com/

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  • Wilderness Committee

    The Wilderness Committee is Canada’s people-powered, citizen-funded wilderness protection group. We have more than 60,000 supporters, volunteers and activists from coast to coast to coast working together to preserve wilderness, protect wildlife, defend parks, safeguard public resources and fight for a stable and healthy climate. We are united in our mission to protect Canada’s life-giving […]

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  • Fight C

    A community action team focused on raising awareness and engagement in the Lower Mainland around the issue of the Site C Dam. Site C violates First Nations Treaty Rights, will flood more than 9550 hectares of land, including enough farmland to feed 1 million people, puts the beautiful Peace Valley at risk, requires evicting farmers […]

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  • Commons BC

    Commons BC visualizes data on BC’s economy, environment, resources and politics using maps & graphics. We fight for responsible policy based on evidence, data, and science in the public interest, with a special focus on the Site C dam, forestry, fracking and LNG. Location: British Columbia, Canada http://commonsbc.ca/

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  • Y2Y – Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

    Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative strives to support people, all wildlife and natural systems in the region between the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and Canada’s Yukon Territory. Office locations: Canmore, AB, Canada; Victoria, BC, Canada; Bozeman, MT, USA Work location: USA, Canada https://y2y.net/

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  • Council of Canadians

    The Council of Canadians is a grassroots social action organization with supporters and chapter activists across the country. Through our campaigns, we advocate for clean water, fair trade, green energy, public health care, and a vibrant democracy. Main office location: Ottawa, ON, Canada Work location: Canada https://canadians.org/

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  • Comité pour les droits humains en Amérique latine (CDHAL- Committee for Human Rights in Latin America)

    CDHAL is a solidarity organization that works for the defense and the promotion of human rights in reciprocity with social movements and communities in Latin America in the fight for social, environmental, economic, and cultural justice. Main office: Montreal, QC, Canada Work location: Latin America https://www.cdhal.org/ Spanish site here

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  • Amnesty International Canada

    Fighting for human rights since 1961 Main office location: Ottawa, ON, Canada Work location: Canada https://www.amnesty.ca/our-work/issues/indigenous-peoples/indigenous-peoples-canada/resource-development-canada/site-c-dam

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