18 October 2010
Coverage of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity This Week
Interviews for Media Available
Nagoya, Japan–Global Justice Ecology Project is covering the UN Convention on Biological Diversity all week on our Climate Connections blog.
Besides reporting breaking news from NGOs, Indigenous Peoples’ Organizations and other activists in Nagayo, Anne Petermann, Executive Director of Global Justice Ecology Project and North American Focal Point for the Global Forest Coalition, is on site dispatching daily analysis for Climate Connections.
Interviews with Anne Petermann and others attending the UN CBD are available. High-resolution photographs are available for press.
Climate Connections is already reporting on the CBD:
UN CBD COP 10: Business and Biodiversity, Hand in Hand by Anne Petermann
European Union Bio-Energy Targets Cause Biodiversity Loss from Global Forest Coalition
UN Convention on Biological Diversity Meets in Japan to Decide How to Enhance Corporate Profits Through Marketing of Biodiversity by Anne Petermann
Top 10 for COP 10 from the CBD Alliance
UN to Confront Sci-Fi Climate Solutions at Biodiversity Meeting: Civil Society Calls for Precaution from ETC Group
Anne Petermann, GJEP/GFC, +81.80.1567.3921, <email@example.com> GMT +9 (Nagoya)
Orin Langelle, GJEP Co-director, +1.802.578.6980, <firstname.lastname@example.org> GMT -4 (Eastern U.S.)
Global Justice Ecology Project – https://globaljusticeecology.org