Enviro-Statist Supporters Part 2

I decided to make a second page as the first was getting kind of long.

Guys Who Wanted Climate Change in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

1 Abibiman Foundation Ghana
2 Abiodun Adebayo Welfare Foundation Nigeria
3 Aboriginal Rights Coalition -Australia Australia
4 ACT alliance International
5 African Union Youth Volunteer Corps & Youth Assembly Kenya
6 African Women’s Network for Community Management of
Forests (REFACOF) Cameroon
7 Aliança de Batistas do Brasil Brazil
8 Alianza Nicaraguense ante el Cambio Climático – ANACC –
Focalía Nacional ante VdS Nicaragua
9 Alianza para un Mundo Verde Nicaragua
10 All India Women’s Conference India
11 Anglican EcoCare Commission, Anglican Church Diocese of
Perth Australia
12 Anti corruption coalition Uganda Uganda
13 APEDDUB Tunisia
14 Armenian Women for Health and Healthy Environment Argentina
15 Ashoka Sahel Senegal
16 Asociacion Nochari Nicaragua
17Asociacion Raxch’och Oxlaju Aj (AROAJ) Tierra Verde 13
AJ /Green Land 13 AJ Guatemala
18 Associação de Defesa do Património de Mértola Portugal
19 Associação de Seminários Teológicos – ASTE Brazil
20 Association des Femmes Peules Autochtones du Tchad
(AFPAT) Chad
21 Association For Sustainable Human Development Armenia
22 Baltic Environmental Forum Lithuania Lithuania
23 Better Education for all befa foundation Pakistan .Literate
Pakistan Programme Pakistan
24 Beyond Copenhagen Collective India
25 BLEJAN, Ecological, Social, business support NGO Armenia
26 Brot für die Welt Germany
27 Buryat Regional Organization on Lake Baikal Russia
28 CAN West Africa
29 Canadian Council for International Co-operation Canada
30 CARE International International
31 Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
32 Center for Participatory Research and Development-CPRD Bangladesh
33 Center for Women, the Earth, the Divine (C:WED)
34 Cento de Estudos Bíblicos – CEBI Brazil

Centre for Community Economics and Development
Consultants Society (CECOEDECON) India
36 Centre for Human Rights and Climate Change Research Nigeria
37 Centro Alexander von Humboldt Nicaragua
Centro Ecumênico de Evangelização, capacitação e
Assessoria – CECA Brazil
Centro Ecumênico de Serviço à Evangelização e Educação
Popular – CESEEP Brazil
40 CHIPUA Tanzania
41 Christian Aid International
42 Churches Action in Relief and Development Malawi
43 CIDSE International
44 Citizens for Public Justice Canada
45 Civil Society Network on Climate Change in Liberia Liberia
46 Clean Energy Nepal Nepal
Climate Action Network Canada – Réseau action climat
Canada Canada
48 Climate Action Network Eastern Africa (CAN-EA) Uganda
49 Climate Action Network Europe (CAN-E) Europe
50 Climate Action Network Uganda (CAN-U) Uganda
51 Climate Change Network Nigeria Nigeria
Coalicion de los Pueblos por la Soberania Alimentaria
Capitulo Guatemala Guatemala
53 Comissão Ecumênica de Combate ao Racismo – CENACORA Brazil
54 Comissão Ecumênica dos Direitos da Terra – CEDITER Brazil
55 Community Initiatives for Development in Pakistan-CIDP Pakistan
56 Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd International
57 Conselho Latino-americano de Igrejas do Brasil – CLAI Brasil Brazil
58 Conselho Nacional de Igrejas Cristãs do Brasil – CONIC Brazil
59 Coordenadoria Ecumênica de Serviço – CESE Brazil
60 Dayemi Foundation Bangladesh
61 Dia Mundial de Oração Brazil
62 DIACONIA Brazil
63 Diakonia Sweden / International
64 Earth Day Network International
65 Ecological Christian Organisation (ECO) Uganda
66 ENDA Tiers Monde Senegal
67 Environic Foundation International USA
68 Environmental Alert Uganda
70 Envi Sudan Sudan
71 Equidad de Género: Ciudadanía, Trabajo y Familia Mexico
72 Feminist Task Force Global
FIELD – Foundation for International Environmental Law &
Development UK

74 Finnish NGDO Platform to the EU, Kehys Finland
75 For Our Grandchildren (4RG) Canada
76 Forest Peoples Programme UK
77 FoRS – Czech Forum for Development Co-operation Czech Republic
78 Foundation to support civil initiatives (Dastgirie-Center) Tajikistan
79 Fundação Gonçalo da Silveira Portugal
80 Fundação Luterana de Diaconia – FLD Brazil
81 Fundacion Fe y Comunidad. Venezuela
82 Fundación Hondureña de Amiente y Desarrollo Vida Honduras
83 Fundacion POPOL NA Nicaragua
84 Gender and Water Alliance Internationaal
85 Germanwatch Germany
Global Campaign Agianst Poverty and Hunger in Liberia
(GCAPH-Liberia) Liberia
87 Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
88 Grassrooots CSOs Network of Liberia Liberia
89 Green Alliance Belarus
90 Green13 Canada
91 Guinee Ecologie Guinea
92 Heinrich Boell Foundation North America USA
93 Help and Development Organization Pakistan
94 IBIS Denmark
95 IBON International Philippines/Global
96 Igreja Católica Apostólica Romana Brazil
97 Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil Brazil
98 Igreja Evangélica de Confissão Luterana no Brasil Brazil
99 Igreja Presbiteriana Independente do Brasil Brazil
100 Igreja Presbiteriana Unida do Brasil Brazil
101 Igreja Sirian Ortodoxa de Antioquia Brazil
102 InspirAction Spain
103 Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) Indonesia
104 International Alliance of Women international
105 International Public organisation “Ecoproject “Partnership” Belarus
106 Irthlingz Arts-Based Environmental Education 501(c)(3) United States
107 Janathakshan Sri Lanka
108 Just Earth Canada
Justice, Development and Peace Commission, Ijebu Ode,
Nigeria Nigeria
110 klima-allianz deutschland Germany
111 KOINONIA – Presença Ecumênica e Serviço Brazil

112 Labour,Health and Human Rights Development Centre Nigeria
Leadership for Environment and Development Southern
and Eastern Africa Malawi
114 Leigos para o Desenvolvimento Portugal
Liberia Youth Initiative for Peace and Sustainable
Development, LYIPSUD Liberia
116 Loretto Community United States
117 Manos Unidas Spain
118 Mesa Nacional para la Gestión de Riesgo – Nicaragua Nicaragua
119 Motivation Charitable Trust UK
120 Multi Stakeholder Forestry Program (MSFP) Nepal (South Asia)
121 National Ecological Centre of Ukraine Ukraine
National Non-Governmental Development Cooperation
Organisations’ Platform (NGDO Platform) Lithuania
123 National Toxics Network Australasian region
124 Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
United States /
New Space for Patnership from Development in Central
African Central African Republic
Niger Delta Women’s movement for Peace and
Development Nigeria
127 Norwegian Church Aid Norway
128 Ohaha Family foundation Nigeria
129 Oikos – Cooperação e Desenvolvimento Portugal
130 ONG Carbone Guinée Guinea
131 Oxfam International International
132 P3 Foundation New Zealand
133 PAIRVI India
134 Peoples Movement on Climate Change Philippines (but global)
135 Peruvian American Medical Society Peru
136 Plant-for-the-Planet Foundation
137 Polish Climate Coalition Poland
138 Popolation and Climate Change Africa Forum (PACCAF) International
139 Population Matters UK
140 Programa de Formação e Educação Comunitária – PROFEC Brazil
141 psicodiferentes Argentina
142 Quercus -National Association for Nature Conservation Portugal
143 Ramfa(Rehomfa) youth track welfare Org India
144 RED Educacion Popular entre Mujeres (REPEM)
145 Rede Ecumênica da Juventude – REJU Brazil
146 Regional NGO “Sailing Academy” Russia

147 Republican Centre for Children and Youth GUTTA-CLUB Moldova
Reseau Action Climat-france/ Reseau Climat &
Developpement France
149 Rwanda Environmental Conservation Organisation ( RECOR) Rwanda
150 Save the Children International
151 SIDS Youth AIMS Hub Mauritius
152 Society of Catholic Medical Missionaries USA
Sudanese Network for Environment and Development
(SNED) Sudan
Support for Women in Agriculture and Environment
(SWAGEN) Uganda
Sustainable Development Initiatives – DVI (VšĮ “DVI Darnaus
vystymo inciciatyvos”) Lithuania
156 SustainUS: U.S. Youth for Sustainable Development United States
Suswatch (Observatorio de la Sostenibilidad) – Focalía
Nicaragua Nicaragua
158 Temple of Understanding
159 TESE Engeeniars Without Borders Portugal
160 Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development Uganda
161 Ukrainian youth climate association Ukraine
162 Union of Concerned Scientists USA
United Nations Association Southern NY State Division
Energy Project United States
164 Universidade Popular – UNIPOP Brazil
165 Vegans and Vegetarians of Alberta Canada
167 Wake-Up Call Sweden / International
168 WECF International International
169 Welthungerhilfe Germany
170 Wetlands International International
171 Women for Peace and Ecology, Germany Germany
Women Organizing for Change in Agriculture & Natural
Resource Management International
173 Women’s Environment and Development Organization International
174 World Aquarium / Conservation for the Oceans Foundation United States
175 World Council of Churches International
176 Worldview Mission International
177 Zambia Climate Change Network Zambia
178 ZCO-ECOLO Benin

Source:   https://cpj.ca/sites/default/files/docs/files/CSO%20letter%20SDG%20Climate%20Change%20June%202014_rev.pdf

Supporters of the 2015 UN Climate Conference

CEO Position/Company
Olof Persson President and CEO, AB Volvo
Pierre Nanterme Chairman and CEO, Accenture*
José Manuel Entrecanales Domecq Chairman and CEO Acciona*^
Ton Büchner CEO, AkzoNobel
Michael Diekmann Chairman of the Board of Management (CEO), Allianz SE
Gregory Hodkinson Chairman, Arup Group
Gavin Patterson CEO, BT Group*^
Niels B. Christiansen President and CEO, Danfoss
Frank Appel CEO Deutsche Post DHL Group*
Henrik Poulsen CEO, DONG Energy
Andrew N. Liveris President, Chairman and CEO, Dow Chemical Company*
Francesco Starace CEO and General Manager, Enel SpA
Hans E. Vestberg President and CEO, Ericsson
Gérard Mestrallet Chairman and CEO, GDF SUEZ*
Bernardo Gradin CEO, GranBio Investimentos
Ajit Gulabchand Chairman and Managing Director, Hindustan Construction Company
Stuart Gulliver Group CEO, HSBC Holdings
Ignacio S. Galán Chairman and CEO, Iberdrola
Peter Agnefjäll President and CEO, IKEA Group*
Ralph Hamers CEO, ING Group
Sandra Wu Wen-Hsiu Chairperson and CEO, Kokusai Kogyo Co. Ltd
Bruno Lafont Chairman and CEO Lafarge*
Marc Bolland CEO, Marks and Spencer
Nikolaus von Bomhard Chairman of the Board of Management, Munich Re
Torben Möger Pedersen CEO, PensionDanmark
Eric Rondolat CEO, Philips Lighting
Feike Sijbesma CEO and Chairman of the Managing Board, Royal DSM*^
Frans van Houten President and CEO, Royal Philips*^
Jean-Pascal Tricoire Chairman and CEO, Schneider Electric*
Franky Oesman Widjaja Chairman and CEO, Sinar Mas Agribusiness and Food
Jean-Pierre Clamadieu CEO, Solvay*
Christian Rynning-Tønnesen President and CEO, Statkraft*
Jean-Louis Chaussade CEO, Suez Environnement*
Takeshi Niinami President and CEO, Suntory Holdings
Tulsi Tanti Chairman, Suzlon Energy
Michel M. Liès Group CEO, Swiss Re
Masashi Muromachi Chairman of the Board Toshiba Corporation*
Paul Polman CEO, Unilever*^
Antoine Frérot Chairman and CEO, Veolia*
Anders Runevad Group President and CEO, Vestas Wind Systems
Anthony Pratt Executive Chairman, Visy Industries
David W. Kenny Chairman and CEO, The Weather Company
Kuok Khoon Hong Chairman and CEO, Wilmar International

Source:  https://www.dsm.com/corporate/media/informationcenter-pub/2015/04/2015-04-17-open-letter-from-global-ceos-to-world-leaders-urging-concrete-climate-action.html


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