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Join our international network of like-minded organisations working towards improving
the global food system.
50by40 collaborates with organisations around the world, each working to transform the global food system—whether focusing on climate change, health and nutrition, meat reduction and alternatives, sustainable food systems, Just Transition, or other strategies to help us achieve our collective goal. Meet our partners.
A Well-Fed World is a hunger relief, food justice, and environmental advocacy organisation dedicated to advancing plant-based foods and farming to create a safe and sustainable world that maximises health and minimises harm.
The Better Food Foundation promotes dietary changes to build a healthy, equitable, humane, and environmentally sustainable food system. It works to support values-based food choices through policy change, advocacy, resource development, and grantmaking.
Brighter Green is a public policy action tank that works to raise awareness of and encourage action on issues spanning the environment, animals, and sustainability, and maintains a strong commitment to ensuring and expanding equity and rights. The organisation works in the United States and internationally with a focus on the Global South.
The Center for Biological Diversity, a nonprofit conservation organisation, fights for the protection of endangered species and wild places through science, law, creative media, advocacy, and organising. It focuses on protecting the lands, waters, and climate that species need to survive.
Eating Better is an alliance of more than 50 organisations focused on facilitating action for less and better meat and dairy for our health, the environment, animal welfare, and social justice. The alliance inspires and equips individuals, businesses, and governments so we can all eat better.
Farm Forward implements innovative strategies to promote conscientious food choices, reduce farmed animal suffering, and advance sustainable agriculture.
The Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO) is the collective voice of the animal rights movement in India and the catalyst that protects animals on local and national levels through education, research, mobilisation, networking, training, and direct action. Created for the movement, by the movement, FIAPO has 160 members and more than 200 supporter organisations across the country.
Feedback, an environmental campaigning charity, is highly regarded for its hard-hitting investigative research, innovative campaigns, participatory events, and track record of bringing about changes to policy and business practices. It works on issues surrounding industrial meat and dairy, particularly divestment from Big Livestock, farmed fish, anaerobic digestion, food waste, and food citizenship, as well as regional food economies.
Friends of the Earth’s climate friendly food programme aims to mitigate climate change, improve public health, and advance racial justice by reducing the overconsumption of animal foods and supporting a transition away from factory farming towards a just, healthy, and regenerative food system. It focuses on policy reform and food procurement practices of public institutions with massive purchasing power, such as schools.
Global Forest Coalition supports and coordinates collaborative campaigns for socially just and effective forest policy and the rights of Indigenous and other forest peoples. Its campaigns include defending rights; extractive industries, tourism and infrastructure; forests, trees and climate change; supporting community conservation; trade and other underlying causes of forest loss; unsustainable livestock production; and women’s rights and empowerment.
Global Wildlife Conservation’s mission is to conserve the diversity of life on Earth, and it achieves this through safeguarding wildlands, protecting wildlife, and supporting guardians. Over the last 12 years, it has worked to conserve wildlife and habitat in more than 50 countries and helped establish more than 30 protected areas, home to more than 150 endangered species, benefitting more than 20,000 species.
The Good Food Institute is an international nonprofit building a sustainable, healthy, and just global food system. With unique insight across the scientific, policy, industry, and investment landscapes, GFI uses the power of food innovation and markets to accelerate the transition of the world’s food system towards alternative proteins.
Greenpeace International, the coordinating organisation of the global network of 27 independent national and regional Greenpeace affiliates, including Greenpeace Mexico, works directly with communities on the frontlines as they protect the environments they call home. It uses nonviolent, creative action to pave the way towards a greener, more peaceful world, and to confront the systems that threaten our environment.
Health Care Without Harm, a global organisation with a network of more than 45,000 hospitals around the world, works with the health care sector to reduce its environmental footprint and foster its position as a community anchor for sustainability and a leader in the global movement for environmental health and justice. It’s U.S.-based Healthy Food in Health Care Program campaigns for plant-forward menus, local and sustainable food purchasing, and resilient community food systems.
Humane Society International works around the world to promote the human-animal bond, rescue and protect dogs and cats, improve farm animal welfare, protect wildlife, promote animal-free testing and research, respond to natural disasters, and confront cruelty to animals in all of its forms.
Mighty Earth is a global environmental campaign organisation that works to protect forests, conserve oceans, and address climate change. It drives large-scale action towards environmentally responsible agriculture that protects native ecosystems, wildlife, and water and respects local community rights.
The mission of Pivot Food Investment is to highlight the risks of factory farming. To that end, it moves money away from factory farming and towards plant-based foods.
Plant Pure Communities builds stronger, healthier, and more sustainable communities through collaborative research, policy, and programme activities that use evidence-based nutrition education to address personal, public, and planetary health. Among other efforts, PPC leads the growing grassroots Pod Network of more than a quarter million activists from 29 countries and works with physicians to integrate the power of plant-based nutrition into healthcare.
ProVeg International works with international decision-making bodies, governments, food producers, food service providers, investors, the media, and the general public to help transform the global food system to one that is less dependent on animal agriculture and more sustainable for humans, animals, and our planet.
The Reducetarian Foundation aims to improve human health, protect the environment, and spare farm animals from cruelty by reducing societal consumption of animal products.
Sinergia Animal is an international animal protection organisation working in the Global South—primarily in Southeast Asia and Latin America—to reduce both the suffering of animals exploited by the food industry and the consumption of animal products by promoting more compassionate and healthy diets.
The Food You Choose is an Australian charity working to make plant-based meats cheaper and more convenient. It partners with Australia’s largest universities, catering companies, and high-profile sporting events, as well as dozens of schools and community groups, and serves as a nonprofit distributor, directly buying products at-cost from manufacturers and marketing, selling, and delivering directly to customers, thereby reducing their costs of plant-based products by up to 60%.
An international charity based in Amsterdam, True Animal Protein Price Coalition works on policy advocacy for true pricing of meat and dairy to include their external costs, such as GHG and other polluting emissions, biodiversity loss, and health expenditures.
WildAid aims to reduce global consumption of wildlife products and to increase local support for conservation efforts. It also works with governments and partners to protect fragile marine reserves from illegal fishing and shark finning, enhance public and political will for anti-poaching efforts, and reduce the impacts of climate change.
World Resources Institute is a global research organisation working in more than 60 countries with more than 1,000 experts and staff who turn big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity, and human well-being. Its Food Programme focuses on how to feed 10 billion people by 2050 without destroying the planet and Cool Food initiative engages entities including IKEA and Harvard to reduce the climate impact of the food they serve.