Greenpeace is an independent campaigning network, which uses peaceful, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems, and develop solutions for a green and peaceful future.

Our Mission

Our goal is to ensure the ability of the earth to nurture life in all its diversity. That means we seek to: promote the preservation and protection of the environment

Greenpeace South Asia will adopt a global and regional approach to the achievement of its objectives, without limiting such approach to national or regional environmental issues, but with a focus on the transboundary solutions in the region, and to ensure that we are providing added value (rather than duplicating) the great works that many local and national environmental movements and groups have already been doing in the region.

Our core values

Fundraising Principles

At Greenpeace we are honoured that our work is funded almost entirely by donations given to us by passionate individuals from all over the world who care about the planet and want to help us create change, and by grants from private foundations who share our values.

Our independence is vital for us to be effective in our campaigning work, which is why we have it as a core principle that guides all of our fundraising. We do not accept funding from governments, corporations, political parties or intergovernmental organisations.

We also screen all large private donations to identify if there is anything about them which could compromise our independence, our integrity or deflect from our campaign priorities. If we find something then we will refuse or return the donation.

Giving us donations allows people to stand together with our campaigners and our activists and help bring about much needed change. Because of this, it is really important that we treat supporters’ gifts to Greenpeace respectfully and responsibly, using them to create the biggest impact possible both in our campaigns and also when we invest in more fundraising.