Earth Island is the place to go if you have a great idea to protect the Earth and need a place to make it happen. We provide comprehensive fiscal sponsorship and project support to a vibrant network of activists and social entrepreneurs. In the tradition of our founder David Brower, we recognize and support the next generation of young leaders, and inspire people to get involved and take action.Learn more
We've built a network of more than 75 activist projects in the US and around the world. Our New Leaders Initiative mentors young people and sponsors the annual Brower Youth Awards to recognize tomorrow's environmental leaders. We publish the award-winning Earth Island Journal to inspire and educate. And our new Earth Island Advocates program utilizes legal strategies to stand up for wild places, wildlife, and our hard-won environmental protection laws.Learn more
We do this work because we revere the miracle of the natural world, its beauty and wholeness. And we believe that reversing the perilous environmental course we are on requires all of us to step up, connect, and take action.Learn more
Supporting environmental projects across the US and around the globe with financial management, administration, training, and peer learning
JMP seeks to protect native wildlife, biodiversity and natural processes on public forests, and to foster better management of our public lands through educati...
Project Coyote is a national non-profit organization and a North American coalition of scientists, educators, and citizen leaders promoting compassionate conse...
Changing Gears Bike Shop is a non-profit bike shop that provides full service sales and repairs to the general public, job training to formerly homeless indivi...
The premier youth prize in North America, honoring tomorrow's environmental leaders. The 2018 Brower Youth Award Ceremony is on October 16th.
At nearly 80, Cindy Kamler continues to care for broken animals, but it’s getting hard to keep up.January 18th, 2019
As we learn to say goodbye to plants and animals and places we hold dear, we need to do whatever we can to save what is left.January 17th, 2019
Locals fear being forgotten as Buenos Aires tries to clean up the Riachuelo RiverJanuary 16th, 2019