The Environment and Humanitarian Action (EHA) Network was established in 2013 with the objective to mainstream environmental considerations in humanitarian action.
The EHA network seeks to mitigate environmental impacts during humanitarian response and to promote environmentally responsible humanitarian programming. Network members jointly work to advance humanitarian policy, strengthen knowledge on EHA, conduct advocacy and provide technical support to humanitarian operations. People can join the network on individual or institutional basis. The network holds meetings approximately every three months as well as one annual face-to-face meeting in connection with the Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week of the Leading Edge Programme.