Our Members & Partners
Our diverse membership has organically formed with representatives from over 50 organisations coming together united by a shared commitment to integrated responses to development, disaster and displacement. Our membership is international and includes experts working within INGOs, Universities, Businesses, small and medium NGOs and self-employed practitioners.
By joining the alliance, our members are able to share their knowledge and perspectives at regular meetings and webinars and help identify areas of work that Re-Alliance can research, share and publish, such as case studies.
Our members include founders, and CEOs of permaculture organisations and green foundations; directors of some of the larger aid or humanitarian NGOs; grassroots organisers; academics and researchers who have spent a lifetime building evidence of alternative, earth responsive solutions and practitioners with decades of experience in some of the world’s worst affected areas.
Below is a selection of our members who have opted to share their details:
Jay Abrahams, Director, Biologic Design (Integrated WET Systems; Wastewater Purification Systems)
Ashleigh Brown, Co-Founder, Ecosystem Restoration Camps
Bee Rowan, International trainer in natural building and founder of Strawbuild
Hannah Apricot Eckberg, Director, Abundant Earth Foundation
Noah Sempijja, Founder & CEO YICE (Uganda)
Maurice Obuya, Deputy Director, Sustainable Village Resources (Kenya)
Steve Charter, Joint Coordinator, International Permaculture Education Network
Gustavo Lerner, Founder Eluwn Ecocentre and Eluwn Resplandece (Chile)
Emilie Parry, Founder Rootbridge Ecosystems
Rosemary Morrow, Educator, Consultant, Co-founder Permaculture for Refugees
Antonio Scotti, Educator, consultant, Co-founder Permaculture for Refugees