Greenpeace is an independent campaigning organisation, 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 want to:

Our Core Values

Transparency and Accountability

Greenpeace works actively to ensure transparency and public accountability in its campaigning, fundraising and financial management practices.

Annually, Greenpeace International reports publicly on our economic, environmental and social performance. Learn more about our work on our Annual Reports page here.

Justice, Equity, Diversity*, Inclusion and Safety (JEDIS)

Justice, Equity, Diversity*, Inclusion and Safety (JEDIS) are more than just words for us. They are more than aspirations, they are the path to a greener, fairer, safer world. They are principles that guide us in everything we do including how we build our teams and cultivate leaders.

We believe that an equitable, diverse and inclusive Greenpeace is essential to delivering effective campaigns, sparking a billion acts of courage, and achieving our mission. We plan to become a leader in building and supporting a workforce that more accurately reflects the diversity of the global community Greenpeace serves as well as the values the organisation has.

We are always improving our knowledge on how to be more inclusive, accessible, and understand that this is necessary to allow everyone to thrive.

We aim to continuously foster awareness and promote cultural change through various learning and development opportunities around equity, diversity and inclusion. Our dedicated JEDIS team organises regular community calls, which offer a safe space for discussion and peer to peer knowledge sharing on related topics.

Our hope is to create an organisational culture where everyone feels included, engaged and safe at work.

*Diversity (includes, but is not limited to) age, gender, marital or civil partnership status, disability, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, socioeconomic status, pregnancy or maternity, or sexual orientation.

Integrity System

As Greenpeace our success depends on building a movement of people with the courage and conviction to help build a better world. The strength of this movement as well as the integrity and reputation of Greenpeace depends on the ability of its people to uphold and promote the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct.

The responsibility for upholding this integrity is shared and upheld by each staff member, in each NRO, and every country that we operate in as they work with communities to promote a green and peaceful future for us all.

This means we must have a strong framework to ensure our commitment to creating a working environment where people are not exposed to harassment, abuse, or discrimination.

Read more about Greenpeace Southeast Asia’s Code of Conduct