Open support from business and other organisations is crucial to get this law in place as quickly as possible. Here is a range of possible things to do, from acts requiring little effort to those based on greater engagement.

Invite us to tell you more.
Join one of our open webinars.

Initiate an analysis of the value to your business or organisation in supporting Ecocide law, and any associated risks.

Sign the statement from business.

Tell the world – and your staff – that you are standing up for Ecocide law, perhaps making it a part of your CSR or ESG work.

Send us your logo for inclusion on our website and share our logo.

Create a video and/or a statement about why you support ecocide law, for publication in your channels and ours. 

Talk about your support for Ecocide law in public appearances.

Write or co-write media articles proposing that ecocide be made a crime.

Promote the need for Ecocide law in your network – engaging them to support it. 

More ways to get engaged through the global network

“Today the importance of international law is more relevant than ever. We set our hopes to legislation in areas such as genocide and laws of war to prevent and convict unacceptable actions. Let us include Ecocide in the tool box. Destruction of the environment and habitats caused by purpose must be condemned and legally enforced and the urgency is obvious.”

Thomas Sörensson
CEO, Scandinavian Enviro Systems.