Welcome to Greenrock

Greenrock is working to empower individuals and companies to do their part in making Bermuda socially, economically and environmentally more sustainable.

Where we see an unmet need we establish projects to meet that need. For example our Hydration Station project is installing bottle-filling stations in Hamilton to encourage people to carry and use their own water bottles. We run a number of regular events each year, such as Earth Hour, to keep the public motivated, informed and interested in sustainability. We also chair the Green Building Forum and the Greenrock Education Council to facilitate idea and resource-sharing.

How is Greenrock Supported?

Greenrock is an exceptionally lean charity with the vast majority of our work carried out by volunteers supported by a single full-time employee - our Executive Administrator. While we do seek funding specifically for our events, projects and forums, our ‘Changing the Mindset’ fund is a general account that is used to help develop various projects and events.  It also covers the expenses of our Administrator and other incidentals as we develop and maintain our website, monitor and draft responses to Government policies and regulations, work with community decision makers, including other environmental NGOs. This is entirely funded through donations from individuals and companies in Bermuda.

Please consider making a donation to support our work.

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24 Jun 2019

Within the next 25 years, parts of Bermuda are predicted to be underwater due to sea level rise and climate change. Bermuda is one of the most isolated...

24 Jun 2019

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24 Jun 2019

Impassioned student demonstrators joined a world movement for climate change awareness in a march from City Hall to Cabinet yesterday. David Burt, the...

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Donations help us fund the day-to-day operations of the organisation, allowing us to maintain our existing programmes while exploring new programmes for the future.