The Global Commons Alliance is a growing coalition of scientists, philanthropists, civil society groups, businesses and innovators, enabling collective action to safeguard the global commons.
GCA key partners are ambassadors of the Alliance. They share their own network, knowledge, expertise and resources, and support the implementation across one or more of the Alliance components. They contribute to the strategic guidance of the Alliance and sign a Statement of Intent reflecting the collaboration areas and associated mutual benefits.
GCA members differ significantly in their approaches to tackling the escalating climate and environmental crises. They have different yet complementary target audiences and stakeholder groups, but they share a common vision in which human wellbeing and the global economy thrive, sustained by a healthy global commons on a stable planet.
Alliance members join the GCA knowing that no one institution can solve the challenges we face alone. Members benefit from strategic collaboration and alignment in order to avoid siloed interventions. We celebrate each other’s successes; we understand these as beneficial to us all; we stay grounded in science and hold each other to account with honesty and respect.
We thank the organizations listed on this page – and many others – as they contribute greatly to the ongoing development of the Global Commons Alliance.
We also welcome new radical collaborations and partnerships. Please contact us if you would like to join.
The Global Commons Alliance is also supported by an Investor Collaborative consisting of:
- ClimateWorks Foundation
- Generation Foundation
- Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
- Hewlett Foundation
- MAVA Foundation
- Oak Foundation
- The Tiina and Antti Herlin Foundation