- Climate Emergency Network
A network of many groups working on the climate issue committed to action to resolve the climate emergency and to urgently achieve a safe climate future.
- Carbon Equity
CarbonEquity is a climate change education and advocacy NGO, based in Melbourne Australia.
- Sustainable Living Foundation
The Sustainable Living Foundation (SLF) is a community based not-for-profit organisation committed to creating major platforms to help accelerate the uptake of sustainable living.
- Beyond Zero Emissions
Beyond Zero Emissions' core goal is to facilitate the implementation of the social changes and technologies that will reduce the impacts of climate change and give our society, and today's global ecosystems, a chance of surviving into the future.
- Friends of the Earth - Melbourne
Friends of the Earth (FoE) Melbourne is a member groups of the federation of independent local groups forming FoE Australia, and works for a socially equitable and environmentally sustainable future.
- Zero Emissions Network
The Zero Emission Network supports the global campaign to reduce humanity's net greenhouse gas emissions to zero and below as fast as possible, with the view to reducing atmospheric greenhouse gases to a level that will enable humanity and our natural environment to thrive and flourish.
- The Natural Edge Project
The Natural Edge Project (TNEP) is an independent Sustainability Think-Tank based in Australia. TNEP operates as a partnership for education, research and policy development on innovation for sustainable development. TNEP's mission is to contribute to and succinctly communicate leading research, case studies, tools and strategies for achieving sustainable development across government, business and civil society.
- Evening School: Global Warming-Science, Politics, Ethics 2008
The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy, attached to the University of Melbourne, in 2008 offered a program with four single-semester subjects exploring the values, science, politics and economics of climate change. Philip Sutton of the Greenleap Strategic Institute presented the science subject.