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SpokespeopleOrganizational AffiliationMain Point of ContactSpokesperson EmailSpokesperson PhoneSpokesperson Bio Notes
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Local/regional representatives
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Joseph Zane Sikulu350 PacificJoseph Sikulujoseph@350.org +6146272945Pacific Campaigner for 350.orgRegion: Pacific
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Wanun PermpibulClimate Watch ThailandOrnGorn Thanachollagornwanun.permpibul@climatewatch-thailand.org Executive Director of Climate Watch Thailand, a grassroots NGO organizing community climate and energy campaigns.Region: Thailand, Asia
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Hamidou BA Action Solidaire InternationalMAMADOU Barryactionsolidaire@action-solidaire.org221775602216Executive Director of Action International Solidarity based in Dakar. Involved on several current issues that concern Africa and the world. These include climate change, sustainable development, promotion of renewable energy and access to energy for all and especially the campaign against coal power plants, one that is currently being conducting in Senegal.Region: Senegal, Africa
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Birame FayeAction Solidaire InternationalMAMADOU Barryactionsolidaire@action-solidaire.org221775602216Executive Director of Action International Solidarity based in Dakar. Involved on several current issues that concern Africa and the world. These include climate change, sustainable development, promotion of renewable energy and access to energy for all and especially the campaign against coal power plants, one that is currently being conducting in Senegal.Region: Senegal, Africa
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Clémence Dubois350 FranceClémence Duboisclemence@350.org33642713175France CampaignerRegion: France, Europe
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Tine Langkamp350 GermanyTine Langkamptine@350.org4915170169509Germany OrganizerRegion: Germany, Europe
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Glen Klatovsky350 AustraliaGlen Klatovskyglen@350.org.au +61 (0)410 482 243Deputy CEO 350.org Australia Region: Australia
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Portia Adu Mensah350 GhanaPortia Adu Mensah350groc@gmail.com233 262685618National Coordinator of 350 Ghana Reducing Our Carbon (GROC)Region: Ghana, Africa
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Glen Tyler350 South AfricaLerato Ngakaneglen@350.org 0027 71 645 7946South African 350 Team leaderRegion:South Africa, Africa
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Clayton Thomas-MüllerStop-it-at-the-Source Campaigner at 350.orgCameron Fentoncam@350.org604-369-2155Founder and Organizer: Defenders of the Land. He is a member of the Mathias Colomb Cree Nation, also known as Pukatawagan in Northern Manitoba, Canada. He is involved in many initiatives to support the building of an inclusive global movement for energy and climate justice. He serves on the board of the Global Justice Ecology Project, Canadian based Raven Trust, and Navajo Nation based Black Mesa Water Coalition.Region: Canada
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May Boeve350.orgAlandria Terryalandria@350.org12024929324Executive Director of 350.org, an international climate change campaign. 350.org's creative communications, organizing, and mass mobilizations strive to generate the sense of urgency required to tackle the climate crisis. Previously, May co­-founded and helped lead the Step It Up 2007 campaign, and prior to that was active in the campus climate movement while a student at Middlebury College. May is the co­author of Fight Global Warming Now.
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Payal Parekh350.orgDeniz Cengizdeniz@350.org90 530 873 45 62Programme Director
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Manuel Pulgar-VidalWWFMandy Woodsmwoods@wwfint.org49 (0) 151 1885 4162 Leader of the Climate & Energy Practice of WWF International. He was formerly minister of state for environment in Peru and president of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Twentieth Conference of Parties (COP20). Pulgar-Vidal is a lawyer with over 27 years of experience in the fields of environmental law and policy.. Fluent in Spanish and English.
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Lidy NacpilPhilippines Movement for Climate JusticeHoda Barakahoda@350.org 201001-840990Co-ordinator of Jubilee South – Asia Pacific Movement on Debt and Development (JSAPMDD), Co-coordinator of the Global Campaign to Demand Climate Justice (DCJ), and member of the global Coordinating Committee of the Global Alliance on Tax Justice (GATJ). She also serves as the Convenor of the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice and Vice President of the Freedom From Debt Coalition.
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Patrick DowlingWessa (Wildlife and Environment Society SAPatrick Dowlingpatrick@tops.org.za27849661249 Environmental educator and trainer
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Nurzat Abdyrasulova Unison group Nurzat Abdyrasulova nurzat.abdyrasulova@unison.kg+996312901216Manager at KyrSEFF, chairman at Unison Group
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Nana Firman
Global Muslim Climate Network
Nana Firmannana@greenfaith.org1-619-761-7547Co-Founder of the Global Muslim Climate Network. Nana also serves as GreenFaith’s Muslim Director. Previously, Nana directed WWF-Indonesia’s “Green Reconstruction” efforts during a post-tsunami period and developed an urban climate change adaptation/mitigation initiative. She was named a Champion of Change for Faith Leaders on Climate by the White House, and also currently co-directs the Islamic Society of North America’s Green Mosque Initiative.
Community: Muslim // Region: Indonesia, Global
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Pinaki DasguptaGreenFaith IndiaGopal Patelgopal@greenfaith.org1-551-888-7793Director of GreenFaith India & Coordinator with the Bhumi Project, a worldwide Hindu response to the environmental issues facing our planet. Pinaki is a certified environmental, safety, and risk management expert who has experience with process engineering, environmental, and sustainability projects across India. His experience spans 15 years in scientific research, policy interventions, capacity building, and project implementation. Pinaki is based in Delhi, India, where he fosters dialogue and collaboration between environmental, scientific, and faith leaders throughout the country.Community: Hindu & Interfaith // Region: India
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Rev. Dr. Neddy AstudilloGreenFaith Latin AmericaBrett Nadrichbrett@greenfaith.org1-732-588-6162GreenFaith’s Latin American Director. The Rev. Dr. Neddy Astudillo is a Venezuelan-American, an eco-theologian, and a Presbyterian pastor of an ecumenical Latinx ministry in the US, as well as co-founder and on-farm-educator at the Angelic Organics Learning Center.
Community: Christian // Region: Latin America
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Alirio Caceres Aguierre
Archdiocese of Bogotá, Colombia
Brett Nadrichbrett@greenfaith.org1-732-588-6162Permanent Deacon of the Archdiocese of Bogotá. Teacher and Researcher with Ecoteología ("Ecotheology"), an interdisciplinary research team formed to reflect theologically on the environmental crisis and to evaluate environmental management and sustainability programs. / Consultant with Domus Omnia Consultancy, which focuses on the implementation of sustainable development systems in religious organizations of all faiths. / Ecotheology Area Manager with the Churches and Mining Network, which organizes faith-based social actors from different countries who are all interested in protecting territories and populations from the harmful impacts of the mining industry. Community: Catholic // Region: South America
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Philippa Rowland
Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC)
Brett Nadrichbrett@greenfaith.org1-732-588-6162President of the Multifaith Association of South Australia & Active Member of ARRCC. Current work centers on developing community solutions to climate change. Originally trained as an agricultural scientist, other focus areas include reducing pesticides and other toxins, supporting re-vegetation with local species, and supporting biodiversity.Community: Interfaith // Region: Australia
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Rev. Canon Giles Goddard
Church of England, St. John's Church, Waterloo
Brett Nadrichbrett@greenfaith.org1-732-588-6162Vicar of St John's Church, Waterloo in London. Rev. Canon Goddard is an ordained priest in the Church of England. he also serves as an Honorary Canon of Southwark Cathedral, as well as on the Boards of Operation Noah and Inclusive Church.
Community: Anglican & Interfaith // Region: UK
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Lizzie NelsonFaith for the Climate NetworkBrett Nadrichbrett@greenfaith.org1-732-588-6162Coordinator of Faith for the Climate Network, an interfaith network of 80 faith-based organisations and individuals working on climate issues.Community: Interfaith // Region: UK
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Meryne WarrahInterreligious Council of KenyaMeryne Warrahm.warah@interreligiouscouncil.or.ke00254 3877791Programme Coordinator Interreligious Council of Kenya(Climate Change)Community; Kenya
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Erick OgalloMother Earth NetworkErick Ogallo ogallojunior@gmail.comDesign and coordinate programs for interfaith involvement in care for creation and environmental conservation activities.Community: Kenya
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Tine Langkamp350 GermanyTine Langkamptine@350.org4915170169509Germany Organizer350 Germany
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Andreas Brinck Fossil Free Essen Andreas Brinkandreas@350.org
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