Local Partnerships and International Coalitions Drive Our Success
For 30 years, Pacific Environment has nurtured and collaborated with more than 150 grassroots organizations around the Pacific Rim.
The networks we foster create concentric ripples outward to many more people and organizations that ally together to undertake public education, litigation, media outreach, large-scale advocacy campaigns and sophisticated policy work.
That’s how we achieve real-world results for people and the environment.Learn More
- Pacific Environment’s team of selflessly devoted professionals has been a trustworthy partner and a faithful companion in the struggle to protect nature—the very basis of all life on Earth.Sergei Berezniuk, director of Phoenix Fund, former partner in Vladivostok, Russia
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Pacific Environment plays a leadership role in several domestic and international networks that seek to protect Arctic wildlife and communities from catastrophic oil spills, increased shipping and other industrial activities. We also partner directly with indigenous leaders in the U.S. and Canadian Arctic.
Our partners and coalitions include Association of Traditional Marine Mammal Hunters of Chukotka, Clean Arctic Alliance, Clean Shipping Coalition, Earthjustice, Friends of the Earth International, International Union for the Conservation of Nature and World Wildlife Fund.
Pacific Environment partners with local grassroots organizations throughout China, as well as the Institute for Public and Environmental Affairs, Waterkeeper Alliance, Global Greengrants Fund, Greenpeace East Asia and the Capacity Building and Assessment Center.
Pacific Environment founded the Sosnovka Coalition—a network of 50+ environmental and indigenous activists that forms the backbone of the environmental movement in Russia.
Pacific Environment collaborates with local grassroots leaders and joins coalitions to stop plastic trash flow into the ocean and to protect sensitive coral reefs and marine wildlife from increased ship traffic. Our partners include National Ocean Protection Coalition, Vietnam Oregon Initiative and Vietnam Association of Marine Environment and Nature.