Join Earth Island
Join Earth Island and the David Brower Center for its first-ever Earth Day celebration, a fun-filled afternoon of community learning opportunities, hands-on workshops, music, and delicious organic food – all focused on protecting and honoring the planet we call home.
New Leaders Initiative
Let’s Grow Environmental Leadership Together
Make One Donation,
Then Multiply by 60
Read the Spring 2014 letter to Earth Island Institute supporters from Board President, Michael Mitrani and make a tax-deductible donation to Earth Island Institute.
Earth Island’s approach is an effective model for empowering individuals to follow their passion, and bring their expertise and motivation in service to our environment and fellow citizens.
Together, we can make it possible for emerging and experienced environmental leaders to shape their dreams into successful strategies for a sustainable future. Your generosity will help us to continue providing grassroots environmental leaders with the tools they need to protect our shared planet.
By making a gift to Earth Island you can multiply the effect of your contribution and provide vital support to an entire global network working on issues such as global climate change, wildlife protection, river restoration, sustainable agriculture, plastics pollution, and getting young people outdoors.
Start Your Own Project
Earth Island Institute’s Project Support Program provides an opportunity for committed individuals and groups with a good idea to launch a project with us, or to gain sponsorship for an existing project.
Earth Island Journal
Award-winning environmental reporting, commentary, and analysis
In This Issue
The energy industry is now firmly hitched to the national security state.
The New Greenspeak
The language of green managerialism is sucking the life out of the environmental movement.
Photos by Rachel Sussman.
Earth Island Updates
More than 60 projects working around the world to protect our environment.
25th Anniversary of Earth Island’s Dolphin Safe Tuna Program
Established in 1990 by Earth Island’s International Marine Mammal Project (IMMP), the Dolphin Safe International Monitoring Program checks to ensure that tuna is caught without harm to dolphins. Before 1990, dolphin deaths in tuna nets were running about 80,000 to 100,000 annually. These numbers have been reduced by 99%.
Earth Island monitors 515 tuna companies in 73 countries to protect dolphins.We were the first and so far most successful food labeling program in the world for environmental protection.
Funds dynamic community based restoration programs in Southern California focused on protecting and enhancing wetlands and watersheds.
The 2013-2014 Request for Proposals is being circulated! apply here.