Global partners

Our global partners are world-class companies and organizations leading the transition towards sustainability by example. By participating in the “Ecopreneurs for the Climate” global movement they get to be at the forefront of climate innovation, absorbing best practices and fresh ideas from agile ecopreneurs, and bonding with all stakeholders from the green economy.




Part innovation labs, part business incubators, and part community centers, Impact Hubs offer members a unique ecosystem of resources, creativity, and collaboration opportunities to grow impact. Its diverse community of members and partners, wide range of support programs, and inspiring spaces; connect and empower social entrepreneurs and innovators. From Amsterdam to Johannesburg or Singapore, this vibrant global network counts with over 15,000+ members in 85+ locations across all continents.

ECOPRENEUR is the European Sustainable Business Federation, composed of national green business associations from Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, and Spain. Since many years, its member organizations contribute actively to political processes in their countries, and at EU level. is the umbrella organization of “ecopreneurs”, unified in their co-responsibility for our economy, environment and society, seeking to set a course for sustainable economic policies.


Green Shift Africa is a Pan-African NGO that focuses on advancing Africa’s Green Economy, with footprints and network in all the five regions of Africa. Its vision emerges from the imperative of forging new partnerships to address some of the pressing challenges on the continent. To this end, Green Shift Africa has over the years adopted through pragmatic approaches, like its recently-launched Project GEO that tackles the high unemployment in Africa by creating opportunities for young and aspiring African Green Entrepreneurs.



GreenEcoNet is the first global platform to support SMEs in the transition to a Green Economy, coordinated by a a consortium of six leading research networks specializing in the field, including the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), the Green Economy Coalition (GEC), JIN Climate and Sustainability, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Ecologic Institute and the University of Piraeus Research Centre (UPRC). Funded by the European Commission (FP7), to accelerate the uptake of green business practices across Europe.


Platform that promotes a social mobilization for the collective construction of Low Carbon Cities. Cities generate between 60 and 80% of energy consumption and about 70% of world’s GHG emissions (UN-HABITAT, 2016). Therefore, main solutions for tackling climate change should come from cities, and the responsibility for reducing GHG emissions must be carried out for all city- stakeholders. Inspired by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the UNFCCC Paris Agreement, and the importance of cities to mitigate climate change, the Low Carbon City Platform was created in December 2015, to foster a collectively construct of low carbon cities.