Rights and Ecology promotes global and restorative justice as the path to healthy and sustainable communities. Violence, poverty and environmental destruction are products of unbalanced systems perpetuated by power abuse.
Rights and Ecology collaborates with community based organizations as part of the web of social movements acting for structural change across continents by documenting human rights abuses and environmental destruction, promoting public information connecting specific cases to the structural factors that contribute to the violation, presenting denouncements in formal mechanisms for the defense of the environment and human rights, promoting participatory development, reparations and restoration processes, and facilitating resources to local organizations to support their efforts to denounce abuses while protect natural resources that sustain life.
Donations can be made through:
The Center for Political Ecology
P.O. Box 8467
Santa Cruz, CA 95061
Make checks out to The Center for Political Ecology, with Rights and Ecology in the subject line.
Contact Rights and Ecology: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone:  738-4160