SEAC believes individuals that want to change the world they live in, can do so efficiently, and more importantly, creatively, if they work within groups that have supportive infrastructures and value human collaboration, and imagination. For this reason, SEAC places an emphasis on anti-oppression and collective liberation, both internally, and externally.
SEAC focuses its strategies on environmental justice issues and methods for communities to be self-sustaining.
To build a network of diverse grassroots struggles that transcends current fabricated, oppressive constructs by sharing stories, skills, knowledge and radical analysis to dismantle destructive systems, and replace them with sustainable communities of resistance and collective liberation. We define the environment to include the physical, economic, political, and cultural conditions in which we live.