Principles & values
All collectives part of the All for Climate community share those values and principles.
Everything we do is open source. We are always open to share our recipes and share what we have learned based on our experiences. Our goal is to make life easier for fellow climate activists and projects.
Nobody is perfect. We are not always using open source tools (hello Google Docs), we are not all 100% vegan. We embrace our imperfections, we embrace nuances. We embrace pragmatism.
We are network of learning collectives and movements. We support and help each other, try to share our expertise and learn from each other, in order to become more succesful in our fight for a more sustainable society. We don't judge, making mistakes is an opportunity to learn.
It is the simple reason why we exist: help collectives, active citizens to be successful in what they do. We try to take away some admin pains, and connect to others. It is our contribution to a changing world.
We are all fighting for a more sustainable society for our communities. We trust by default. Most people are good people.
We favor the local economy, we rent instead of buying to make sure that objects are used at their full capacity. If we buy, we buy second hand and/or sustainable material.
We also take care of our human resources, making sure people who contribute to our collective don't burn out, can find emotional support when needed. We practice deep democracy and other facilitation techniques to make sure that everyone's voice, including no-voices, can be heard.
Most work done in movements and collectives is unpaid. We value and have huge respect for this time and effort.