Alter-Eco: news from the UN Climate Conference
- Issue No. 4: Beware "technology transfer" >Download PDF
- Issue No. 3: New World Bank Fund Triggers REDD Alert >Download PDF
- Issue No. 2: Ecuador Proposal to Keep Oil in the Ground >Download PDF
- Issue No. 1: Who killed Sajida Khan >Download PDF
4 December 2007
Alter-Eco is published by a group of non-governmental organizations, indigenous people's organizations and social movements at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change COP-13. The groups came together to make a unified call in support of real solutions to climate change and against the false market-based solutions to climate change that are being implemented under the Kyoto Protocol.
Alter-Eco is an instrument to project the collective voices of groups reflecting the views and concerns of grassroots constituencies and impacted communities all over the world.
To submit an article, event, photo or graphic to Alter-Eco, please email oscar [at] tni.org
Contributing organizations include: Global Justice Ecology Project, Global Forest Coalition, Carbon Trade Watch/ Transnational Institute, CORE (Center for Organizational Research and Education), PIPEC, The Corner House, SEEN (Sustainably Energy and Economy Network), BiofuelWatch, World Rainforest Movement.
Alter-Eco does not necessarily reflect the views of all of the participating organizations or contributors to Alter-Eco.
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