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    Joanna Cabello

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    Joanna Cabello is a researcher with Carbon Trade Watch, a former project of the Transnational Institute

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    Patrick Bond

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    Patrich Bond is political economist and activist who directs the Centre for Civil Society at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, South Africa. He is the co-editor (with Rehana Dada) of Trouble in the air: Global warming and the privatised atmosphere (TNI/Centre for Civil Society, 2007)

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    Barry K Gills

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    Barry K Gills is Professor of Development Studies, University of Helsinki, Finland and editor of Globalizations journal, and 'Rethinking Globalizations' book series.

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    Olivier Hoedeman

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    Olivier Hoedeman (Dutch/Danish, MA Political Science), is the research and campaign co-ordinator at Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO), a Brussels-based civil society group targeting the threats to democracy, equity, social justice and the environment posed by the economic and political power of corporations and their lobby groups. CEO co-organises the water project with TNI.

  5. Finances

    06 November 2009

    Since 2018 TNI has been granted the maximum rating of five stars by Transparify. The rating shows that TNI is “highly transparent” about its funding sources, shows all its donors, and clearly identifies funding amounts and sources of funding for particular projects.

    For more information about TNI's funding see the audited financial reports and the list of its main funders below or read the finance section of the Annual Reports.

  6. Kevin Smith

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    Kevin Smith worked with the environmental justice project at TNI since 2005, although he was more informally involved since it started out as Carbon Trade Watch in 2002. He has a degree in Human Sciences. He used to be the editor of the Green Pepper magazine and in 2003 he helped to establish Escanda, a residential project in Northern Spain that combines sustainable living with political...

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    Tamra Gilbertson

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    Tamra Gilbertson is one of the founders of Carbon Trade Watch, a former project of the Transnational Institute (TNI), and co-author of Carbon Trading: How it works and why it fails. She has been active in the project since 2001 and was a founding member of the Durban Group for Climate Justice. She is trained in photography and film-making and was a co-director of The Carbon Connection. She has...

  8. Corrections and complaints

    29 October 2009

    At TNI, we have high standards for our research and our publications. Nevertheless, we may make mistakes. TNI is committed to correcting errors and addressing complaints as soon as possible.

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    José Henrique Rodrigues Torres

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    Judge of the Sixth Appellate Court of the High Court of Justice in Sao Paulo, Brazil

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    Tariq Ali

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    Tariq Ali is a novelist, historian, political campaigner and one of New Left Review’s editors.

  11. Copyright: Creative Commons Licence

    10 October 2009

    Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 licence.

  12. Privacy policy

    10 October 2009

    TNI respects your right to privacy. Any personal information you provide is only known to TNI and you, unless we state otherwise at the time of collecting data.

  13. Media

    10 October 2009

    Media summary page

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    Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung

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    The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation is a provider of political education, a discussion forum for critical thinking and political alternatives, and a centre for progressive social thinking and research both in Germany and throughout the world.

  15. Samuel Rubin Young Fellowship Programme

    06 October 2009

    The Samuel Rubin Young Fellowship Programme aims to provide support, resources and a transnational environment for talented, socially committed young scholar-activists in the hope that TNI may contribute, albeit modestly, to the production of a new generation of influential leaders and changemakers. The programme is currently without funds but we hope to restart it.

  16. Newsletter archives

    01 October 2009

    Archives of TNI's newsletter

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    Fred Halliday

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    Fred Halliday, professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics, was TNI Fellow from 1975 till 2000.

  18. About War and Pacification

    29 September 2009

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