Supportive WWViews partners are organizations contributing to the WWViews-project in a variety of ways and with different forms of know-how and expertise.
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United Nations Development Program welcomes the WWViews initiative
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The Norwegian Minister of the Environment and International Development has joined the WWViews alliance as supportive partner.
The ministry of Foreign Affairs is providing economic support to the WWViews event in low-income countries.
Danish Minister for Development Cooperation
Mayor of the Technical and Environmental Administration, City of Copenhagen
Danish MP and Chairman of The Environment and Regional Planning Committee and former Director of the Danish EPA.
Member of the European Parliament as well as the Temporary Committeeon Climate Change and vice-president of the committee on Environment, Public Healh and Food Safety
Green Cross Denmark
Green Cross Denmark has joined the WWViews project as a supportive partner.
The European Parliament's committee for Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) has joined the WWViews as a Supportive Partner
UN Association of Finland
The UN Association of Finland has joined the WWViews Alliance as a supportive partner. The UN Association will work to disseminate the results from the WWViews meetings.
Contact: Jenni Kauppila
PCA has supported WWViews first of all by managing funds from the Danish Ministry of Foreign affairs, from which we have also had benefit. Furthermore, PCA has been, and is still, an advicer on media relations.Â
Contact: Janne Aagaard
Master Media has joined WWViews as a supportive partner, producing four carefully designed video films providing citizens with balanced information on climate change.
Contact: Peter Clausen
The following organisations and companies have sponsored and contributed to the production of these information videos:
The Loka Institute
From The Loka Institute Founder and Senior Fellow mr. Richard Sclove and Professor and Chair Mr. Richard Worthington have joined the WWViews asÂ Supportive Partners, helping the alliance to grow and to secure funding.
Ben Twinomugisha has joined the WWViews as a Supportive Partner, helping to establish a network of partners in East Africa with countries such as Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Malawi.
Contact: Ben Twinomugisha
CARE Denmark has joined the WWViews as a Supportive Partner
RIBIos has joined the WWViews as a Supportive Partner, helping to establish a network of partners in french-speaking West-African countries like Burkino Faso, Senegal, Niger, Mali, and Benin.
Contact: Barbara Bodogna
The Danish Board of Technology - winner of â€™The Jim Creighton Awardâ€™ 2010 for: random selection, deliberative processes, innovation and creative approaches, international reach and courage in public participation.
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