What we


  • On the basis of climate justice, we strive to transform society, stop climate degradation, and protect human rights.
  • We want all people to be able to meet the basic necessities of life. We fight to hold states and companies accountable for their indifference to climate change and for the way their actions violate human rights. 

  • We want the states to start defending their people, their people, the population they govern more, and to stop putting big business first. 

For this we have several projects that we want to develop, among them:


Support for the activists and organizations that give life to the social movement fighting for Climate Justice.

This legal support aims to ensure that repression and violence by power structures, whether state or corporate, affect activists on the front lines as little as possible, ensuring full respect for their fundamental rights and freedoms and democratic values.


Advocacy campaign around the project of building a new airport or expanding Lisbon airport, in order to ensure that the impacts of such a project on the country’s climate change mitigation trajectory are properly considered by policy makers.

Failure to respect the legal parameters for the conduct of the process will lead to a lawsuit against the Portuguese State.


Project to demystify and simplify the Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), with the aim of bringing citizens closer to the international negotiations.

This will be achieved through the production of a Legal Diary of COP 27, to be held in Egypt from November 6 to 18, which will seek to deconstruct each day of negotiations and their legal significance.

This kind of approach does not exist in Portugal and we very much want to play an active role in the fight against the climate crisis and in the defense of all human rights.