EJF makes a direct link between the need for environmental security and the defence of basic human rights
Over two thirds of the world’s cotton is grown in developing countries and the former Soviet Union. Valued at over $32 billion every year, global cotton production should be improving lives. But this "white gold" too often brings misery.
EJF is committed to eradicating child labour and the deadliest pesticides from cotton production and promoting organic alternatives.
EJF is a registered charity established in 2000 to empower people who suffer most from environmental abuses to find peaceful ways of preventing them.
EJF provides film and advocacy training to individuals and grassroots organisations in the global south, enabling them to document, expose and create long term solutions to environmental abuses.
EJF campaigns internationally to raise awareness of the issues our grassroots partners are working to solve locally.
Today EJF has a team of campaigners and film-makers based in London, and works internationally with partners in Brazil, Vietnam, Mali, Sierra Leone, Uzbekistan, Mauritius and Indonesia.
Environmental Justice Foundation - (EJF),
5 St Peter's Street,
London N1 8JD,
tel: +44 (0)207 359 0440
fax: +44 (0)207 359 7123
EJF is a registered charity No. 1088128