Join the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature
Becoming a GARN member is an opportunity to be an active part of the growing Rights of Nature movement in the world. Being a member is completely free and it unlocks a wide range of exclusive benefits that foster collaboration, connection, and amplification of your impact.
Here are some of the key advantages of being a GARN member:
Connect and collaborate
with a global network: Engage with organizations, activists, lawyers, and like-minded individuals from around the world who are dedicated to recognizing and defending the Rights of Nature.
Participate and become a voting member
of GARN’s Assembly: Play an active role in shaping GARN’s direction and decision-making processes by taking part in our General Assemblies. Become a member so you can participate in our next Assembly coming up November 2024.
Map of members
Be a part of GARN’s map of members
If you are part of an organization, your organization’s logo will be on GARN’s website as a member. Your logo and information will also be part of an interactive map that will showcase your organization’s advances in the Rights of Nature together with other esteemed allies.
Thematic and Regional Hubs
Connect and become a member of the regional and thematic Hubs
Join and contribute to on or more of the nine GARN’s regional and thematic hubs, fostering collaborations between people of your own continent (Latin American, Europe, Africa, North America, Asia-Pacific) and with similar interests (Legal, Academic, Youth, Indigenous Council).
Participate in events
Co-organize and actively participate in GARN events, gaining invaluable opportunities to connect with global experts and movement leaders in the Rights of Nature community, such as webinars and listening circles.
Add a GARN member badge to your website
GARN member badge to your website or your organization’s website to officially showcase your status as a GARN member.
Share your Rights of Nature work
Share your Rights of Nature work with our network
Host or support local or regional Rights of Nature Tribunals to speak on behalf of nature, protest the destruction of the Earth, and make recommendations about Earth’s protection and restoration.
Subscribe to GARN's Newsletter
By subscribing to GARN’s Newsletter, once a month you will receive the latest advances of the Rights of Nature around the world and the different ways in which you can collaborate with us and contribute to the movement.