Partners

1 Million Women is proud to acknowledge the wonderful backing we receive from businesses, government agencies, community groups and institutions, philanthropic foundations and generous individuals. Thanks a million for making our movement possible!

Our Major Partners

Nissan Australia is extremely excited to partner with 1 Million Women. Nissan is committed to making transportation safer, smarter, and more enjoyable. Nissan Intelligent Mobility is the roadmap, providing a vision for the future of motoring.

Austrian born photographer and director, Andreas's versatility in shooting a wide variety of genres has made him one of Australia's most sought after photographers. His passion, energy and commitment to supporting 1 Million Women is amazing.

Our Partners

Australian Ethical offer Super, Retirement and Managed Investment products that create positive change. Australian Ethical invests in line with its ethical charter, which has been unchanged since the company started in 1986. Investments must pass both a positive and negative screen. “Moving your super and investments away from carbon-intensive industries is an important action in reducing your environmental impact” said Phil Vernon, CEO of Australian Ethical.

Bank Australia is Australia’s first customer-owned bank and we’re here to provide Australians with a real banking alternative, a responsible one. We exist to create mutual prosperity for our customers and communities in the form of positive economic, social, environmental, and cultural impact. Our profits are returned to customers through better rates and fees, and our investments are used to create positive social and environmental change.

Through its Love Food Hate Waste program, the NSW EPA is delighted to partner with 1 Million Women to support its community to avoid food waste, reduce emissions and make the most of a valuable resource.

Our Partners

Australia's leading commercial law firm, King & Wood Mallesons is delighted to be the pro-bono legal partner of 1 Million Women.

We are so excited to partner with 1MW because we share their core belief of fighting against climate change and helping to build a sustainable future. It has been a real honour to support these awesome women for the last 10 years.

We are so excited to partner with 1MW.

App Partners

We live, work and play in a beautiful part of the world and we want to keep it this way. We are committed to climate change action as demonstrated through our Environmental Action Plan with ambitious carbon reduction targets for Council and community.

Local communities are at the heart of fighting climate change and, together with government, have the power to protect our planet for future generations.

Willoughby City Council is committed to sustainability. We provide practical initiatives, leadership, public education and work with the community to foster a sustainable city vision. We are excited to partner with 1MW in the development of their lifestyle app to help long term behaviour-change for a healthier community.

App Partners

Ipswich City Council is excited to be partnering with 1MW to enable a whole of city approach in support of sustainability and climate change action as our city continues to grow.

Fremantle is proud to be an internationally recognised One Planet City with a target to be 100% renewable energy by 2025. The 1 Million Woman app will encourage our community to take action on climate change and reduce their carbon emissions.

As temperatures continue to rise, what can we, collectively and individually, do to slow this increase while adapting to ensure our city is healthy and sustainable in the future? The City of Melbourne has made great progress, but we can’t do it alone. We look forward to partnering with 1MW to inspire more people to get involved to help Melbourne become a city of sustainability.

App Partners

Carbon Neutral Adelaide is our community’s shared ambition to work together to rapidly reduce our carbon emissions and make the City of Adelaide the world’s first carbon-neutral city.

Sydney is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with a diverse population featuring a rich history, internationally-recognised tourist attractions and an exciting calendar of events. The City of Sydney is the local government authority responsible for the city centre and more than 30 suburbs within our boundaries.

The 1 Million Women app helps us engage with women and girls on one of the most important issues of our time – climate change. Through providing practical, easy ways to reduce our impact on the environment the program can help us work collectively to influence positive change.

App Partners

Switch your thinking is the City of Armadale, City of Gosnells and Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale’s climate change mitigation program. Working together our Councils can extend their reach, gain efficiencies and help our residents to do more. We’re excited to support 1 Million Women and help spread great ideas to secure a safe climate future.

Macquarie Sustainability is the driving force for embedding sustainability in all we do at Macquarie University. We're excited to partner with 1MW to engage our community in small steps for big impact

The City of Marion has been planning for changes in our climate through a regional program, Resilient South. For many years, Resilient South has been working to strengthening southern Adelaide so that our businesses, communities and environments can tackle the challenges of climate change, and stay productive, connected and strong. We are excited to partner with 1 Million Women to help inspire our community to continue to grow and take action.

App Partners

Just like 1MW, our #BYOSunshineCoast and Love Your Leftovers campaigns inspire people to make critical lifestyle choices. Our Environment and Liveability Strategy is delivering a healthy environment and liveable Sunshine Coast – and that’s why we’re asking people to join the movement, take action and live more sustainably.

Grampians Central West Waste & Resource Recovery Group is excited to support 1MW in encouraging more environmentally sustainable practices to deal with climate change across our rural and regional communities in western Victoria.


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