The mission of Green Alternative is to protect the environment, biological and cultural heritage of Georgia through promoting economically sound and socially acceptable alternatives, establishing the principles of environmental and social justice and upholding public access to information and decision-making processes.
Association of Environmental Justice in Israel
The Association of Environmental Justice in Israel (AEJI) is a non-partisan, independent body, set up in 2009, focusing on basic issues of environmental justice. It focuses on the inter-connectedness of society, environment and the decision-making framework in Israel to produce policy recommendations that are real and acceptable while promoting the strengthening of democracy, equality and environmental justice values. It also aims to promote active deliberated civic participation especially of minorities and residents of the periphery.
Eric Dannenmaier is a professor at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. In addition to teaching courses on Constitutional Law, Property, Natural Resources, and Water Law, Professor Dannenmaier is the Director of the Program on Environmental, Energy, and Natural Resources Law. Prior to joining the Indiana University Law Faculty, Professor Dannenmaier was a Bretzfelder Fellow at Columbia Law School (2006-07), Director of Tulane Law School’s Institute for Environmental Law and Policy (2001-05), and Visiting Chair of Natural Resources Law at the University of Calgary (2001). He also served as Director of the Environmental Law Program of the U.S. Agency for International Development (1996-2000). In December 2013, Professor Dannenmaier was appointed by President Obama to serve as a member of the Joint Public Advisory Committee of the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation. Professor Dannenmaier has a long history of service to governments, international organizations, and public interest groups in reforming environmental laws and designing legal frameworks for participation in development decision-making.
Civil Society (2004- now)
Friends of Kota Damansara (Community Level- Gazetted Urban Forest, Developed a model for tackling Urban Poverty)
MyPJ (City Level-Good Governance through Access to Public Participation, Information and Justice [Principle 10])
Caring Community-Caring Government (State and National Level- Top Down (Local Councils) & Bottom-Up (Communities and NGOs)
Gambungan Bertindak Malaysia
Coalition for Governance, Integrity, Accountability & Transparency
Coalition for Good Governance
SUARAM (Human Rights)
Adjunct Professor, Universiti UiTM (2006-2007)
Assistant Professor, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (2005-2017)
The Lebanese Oil & Gas Initiative (LOGI) is a non-governmental organization based in Beirut that promotes the transparent and sound management of Lebanon’s oil and gas resources. They aim to develop a network of Lebanese experts in the global energy industry and provide them with a platform to educate Lebanese policy makers as well as Lebanese citizens on the key decisions facing the oil and gas industry. They will focus on public awareness, policy development and advocacy, capacity building and technical assistance to help Lebanon maximize the economic and social benefits of its oil and gas wealth – and avoid the resource curse.
Masami Kittaka is a Japanese lawyer. She is an active member of Japan Endocrin-disruptors Preventive Action (JEPA), a Japanese NGO working on chemical issues. She is also a member of Aarhus Net in Japan, a network organization to realize principles in the Aarhus Convention in Japan. Masami is interested in issues related to the environment, corporate social responsibility, and public participation.