Reclaiming people’s rights.
A just and sustainable economic system should protect people’s health and livelihoods and our environment.
Yet our political and economic system puts corporate interests ahead of people and the planet, be it through trade and investment deals, global supply chains or lobby power.
Our economic system grants enormous powers to transnational corporations which destroy the environment and violate human rights, particularly in the Global South.
We demand that the EU and the international community hold corporations accountable for the harm they cause around the world.
We are campaigning for an overhaul of the current trade model and for democratic, fair and transparent decision-making that puts people and the planet first.
We support environmental and human rights defenders.
Explore more about
Breaking: Civil society denounce leaked joint instrument on EU-Mercosur deal as blatant greenwashing
Civil society denounces opacity & lack of democratic debate on EU-Mercosur
EU Commission pushes EU-Mercosur deal despite highest deforestation levels ever
Demand climate obligations for corporations
Paul de Clerck
Economic justice coordinator
Corporate accountability campaigner
Economic justice campaigner
Corporate capture campaigner
Stop the Energy Charter Treaty
The Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) is a major obstacle to fast and effective action on the climate and environmental crisis. Our transformation to a green and fair society will become harder, slower and more expensive if we don’t stop it.
Stop the EU-Mercosur trade deal
The EU is close to finalising a climate-wrecking trade deal with Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay – known collectively as Mercosur. But there’s still time to stop it.
Fossil Free Politics
Politicians should make climate laws to protect people – not please the fossil fuel industry. We need to cut fossil fuel interests out of our politics, similar to existing restrictions on the tobacco industry.