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EcoEquity "is an activist think tank focused on the development and promotion of a just and adequate solution to the climate crisis. Through our participation in domestic and international networks of both activists and scholars, we argue for a precautionary approach to the prevention of dangerous climate change, and for a global policy architecture that would protect the right to sustainable development." [1]

Advisory Board

Accessed September 2008: [2]

  • Azibuike Akaba, Environmental Justice Specialist, California EPA
  • Eugene Coyle, PhD, Ecological Economics, "public servant"
  • John Gershman, Associate Professor, Wagner School of Public Policy, New York University
  • Barbara Haya, PhD Candidate, Energy and Resources Group, UC Berkeley
  • Glenn Fieldman, Associate Professor, San Francisco State University
  • Donna Green, Research Scientist, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization
  • Dan Kammen (chair), Professor, Energy and Resources Group and Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley
  • Juliette Majot, Consultant specializing in Non-profit Organizations
  • Richard Norgaard, Professor, Energy and Resources Group
  • Patrick McCully, Executive Director, International Rivers Network
  • Susan Ode, Program Coordinator,International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives
  • Timmons Roberts, Professor of Sociology, College of William and Mary
  • Sivan Kartha, Senior Scientist, Stockholm Environment Institute
  • Jim Williams, Energy consultant, Associate Professor, Montery Institute of International Studies



Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch articles


  1. About, EcoEquity, accessed September 23, 2008.
  2. About, EcoEquity, accessed September 23, 2008.