Catalyst Fund Green Screen Catalyst Fund

Type of project: Support for the burgeoning ecosystem of actors working on the intersection of digital rights and climate justice. The goal of the Fund is to bring a diversity of voices into the local and global debates and enact change in policy, research and community building.  The Fund catalyses ideas of individuals, organizations, and networks on the specific issues around climate justice and digital rights. By catalyse, we mean support important conversations, projects, and action at the intersection with the hope that it will transform the way technology is built, how communities organize, and how we understand the interdependency between climate justice and technology.

Location: Worldwide

Eligibility: Organizations, individuals, and collectives from the majority territory, global north and Indigenous nations that are working at the intersection of climate justice and digital rights and technology. We’d also like to give special priority to key stakeholders working at the core of climate action, including Indigenous Peoples, women, youth, and Afro-descendant communities. We welcome well-established organizations, loosely-defined collectives, and individuals who are legally able to receive funds from the Catalyst Fund host Mozilla Foundation, which is a U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, to apply. If you operate as a collective but are not a legal entity, please choose one person to formally apply on behalf of the collective

Grant size:   $10,000 – $40,000 each for approximately 12 grantees

Closing date: 15 November  

Apply: Catalyst Fund :: Green Screen Coalition