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Stop burning of millions of scrap tires in cement kilns Mexico, 5 August 2004 Vicente Fox Quesada President of Mexico Present: Distinguished President Fox


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STOP burning of millions of scrap tires in cement kilns

  

Mexico, 5 August 2004 
Vicente Fox Quesada

President of Mexico

Present:
Distinguished President Fox:

 

The undersigned groups and individuals express deep concern over the announcement made by the Environment and Natural Resources Secretariat (Semarnat), on the decision to "solve" the problem of the sites with millions of scrap tires abandoned along the border with United States by burning them in cement plants in the North of Mexico..



 

This project is unpopular among environmental and civil right groups from both sides of the border, since it will pose extremely dangerous risks to the environment and public health, due to the emission of toxic substances.

 

Cement kilns burning tires are a major source of dioxins together with medical waste and municipal solid waste incinerators. Cement kilns burning tires have shown to produce greater emissions of dioxins, mercury, polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and heavy metals such as lead, zinc, nickel and vanadium, than cement plants using coal or gas for fuel.


These pollutants have been found to cause cancer, birth defects, diabetes, adversely affect the human hormonal, immune and central nervous systems, produce lung and kidney problems, among other health disorders.

 

It is worth noting that these pollutants will not only be released through air emissions, but they are also expected to be present in kiln dust and even in the cement produced in these plants.



 

As you know, on May 2001, the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) was signed under framework of the United Nations. The Stockholm Convention sets the goal of continuing minimization and, where feasible, ultimate elimination of dioxins and furans releases to the environment. Burning tires in cement kilns will not contribute towards reduction but will increase the environmental release of dioxins and furans, moving Mexico away from its international commitment. Mexico has ratified the Stockholm Convention, and we understand the government should be acting according to this commitment. 


Burning of tires is a polluting practice, and it is also a waste of energy. According to the USEPA "it takes only 7 gallons of oil to retread a used tire compared to 22 gallons to produce a new tire." http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/non-hw/muncpl/tires/markets.htm

 

There is a wide variety of successful uses and recycling of scrap tires. The most important among them are: scrap tires re-tread, gymnasium flooring and matting, asphalt, railroad ties, parts on autos, traffic delineators, highway edge drains, fenders for marine applications, turf and training tracks and more. These options are being implemented in many countries, with excellent results. In this sense, one successful experience is the recycling program undertaken by the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. They recycle all of the tires annually discarded with a cryogenic system; no tires are disposed of in landfills, incinerators or cement kilns. 


There is the precedent in the Permanent Commission of the Senate of the Republic exhort to the Semarnat and Economy Secretariat officials, set on 20 August 2003, that aims at initiating actions to eliminate the entrance of used tires to Mexico, and where they point out that "The export of used tires is a way by which other countries transfer an environmental and public health problem to Mexico, may it be enough pointing out that the neighbor country produces 280 million used tires annually and partially solves its environmental problem by sending many millions of these tires to the Mexican territory."

http://www.senado.gob.mx/comunicacion/content/permanente/2003/boletines/bc20agosto.html

 

For these reasons, we request you to:


1. Stop the burning of used tires in cement kilns in the border region;

 

2. Cancel the agreement set between Semarnat and the National Cement Chamber in 1996 (ratified in 2001) to burn tires and hazardous waste in cement kilns;


3. Promote Clean Production within the cement industry;
4. Take Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) measures to hold tire manufacturers responsible for their products during their entire life-cycle. Consistent with EPR principles, manufacturers must assume physical and/or financial responsibility for scrap tires. Therefore, we urge to prompt them to find safer alternative uses for scrap tires, and don´t let cost of managing scrap tires be covered by citizens.
5. Again classify tires as "waste subject to control" in the competent law and regulation for their import to be banned- and include citizens participation and consultancy. 
We hope you understand the risks posed by burning tires in cement kilns, and guarantee that communities will not have to pay for the treatment of these tires with their money or their health.
For any communicaion related to this letter, please contact María Teresa Guerrero kwira@terra.com.mx, Fernando Bejarano rapam@prodigy.nert.mx and Alejandro Calvillo to the phones 5530-2165 ext. 220 y 04455-5172-9869, with address copied to

 

c.c.p. Ingeniero Alberto Cárdenas Jiménez, Secretary of Environment.



c.c.p. Licenciado Francisco Giner de los Ríos, Environmental Protection Management sub-director, Semarnat.

c.c.p. M. en C., Daniel Chacón Anaya, General Director of the Hazardous Materials and Activities Integral Management

c.c.p. Presidents of the Mexican Senate and Chamber of Deputies Environment and Border Affairs Commissions.

c.c.p. Licenciado Ernesto Enríquez Rubio, Protection against Sanitary Risks Federal commissioner.


Sincerely:
Following are the endorsements of 94 organizations and 34 Mexican professors and citizens, over 109 citizen´s groups from 29 countries.

 

 MEXICO



  • Academia Mexicana de Derecho Ambiental , Ramón Ojeda Mestre

  • Asociación Ecológica Santo Tomás A.C, José Manuel Arias Rodríguez, Coordinador de proyectos

  • Centro de DH Fray Francisco de Vitoria, Agnieszka Raczynska, Coordinadora General

  • Centro de Encuentros y Diálogos Interculturales, A.C Gustavo Esteva Figueroa, Representante Legal

  • Centro de Investigaciones Económicas y Políticas de Acción Comunitaria, A.C. (CIEPAC. AC)

  • Centro de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas, Biol. Andrés Camou Guerrero, UNAM

  • Centro Ecológico en defensa del bosque del deserto de los Leones, Lic. Cecilia Cantú López

  • Colectivo Ecologista Jalisco, A.C., Maite Cortés

  • Consultoría Técnica Comunitaria A, C en Chihuahua, Chi. María Teresa Guerrero, Chihuahua

  • Comité de Promotoras de Salud para la Mujer de Temixco, Estela Roman Porcado, Morelos

  • Consejo Ciudadano para la Cultura y las Artes de Morelos A.C., Dr. Ricardo Amann Escobar

  • Conservación del Territorio Insular Mexicano, A.C., María Elena Martínez Delgado, Directora General

  • Consultoría Técnica Comunitaria A.C. , José Luis Montes Zamarrón, Chihuahua, Chih.

  • Convergencia Sindical y Social de Morelos

  • Coord. de Formulación Eval. y Seguimiento del Consejo Estatal de Ecología Michoacán, Ana Ma. Zizumbo Ramos

  • Coordinadora de Pueblos Indígenas de Morelos

  • Diosesano Sierra Tarahumara, Gabriel Parga Pbro., Administrador diocesano

  • Foro Ecologista de la Cuenca de México Miguel Valencia Mulkay

  • Fronteras Comunes, Marisa Jacott

  • Fuerza Ambiental, Agustín Bravo

  • Greenpeace México, Alejandro Calvillo, Director

  • Grupo de los Cien Internacional, A.C, .Homero Aridjis, Presidente

  • Grupo de Tecnología Alternativa S.C. Dra. Josefina Mena-Abraham, Presidenta, .

  • Grupo Interdisciplinario de Tecnología Rural Apropiada A.C., Tamara Ortiz Avila,

  • Guardianes de los Árboles, Flora Guerrero Goff, Cuernavaca Morelos, México

  • IMDEC AC, Bertha Estela Hernàndez

  • La Troje, George Anna Clark, Tehuixtla, Morelos

  • Mujeres por México en Chihuahua, A.C., Graciela Ramos

  • Pastoral Social Diócesis de la Tarahumara, Javier Avila A., S.J.

  • Pro Esteros, Laura Martínez Ríos Del Río, Directora, Ensenada, B. C., México

  • Proyecto Fronterizo de Educacion Ambiental, A.C. , Laura Silvan, Tijuana, Baja California

  • Proyecto Pima, Isadora Mora Moreno, Directora, México

  • Red de Acciòn sobre Plaguicidas y Alternativas en Mèxico, A.C. Maria Eugenia Acosta

  • Red Ciudadana, Francisca Jiménez Barrientos, Chihuahua

  • Red de Estudios para el Desarrollo Rural A.C., Francisco Javier Ramos Sánchez, Responsable de comunicación , Oaxaca.

  • Red de Información y Acción Ambiental de Veracruz, Helio García Campos / Rosa Delia Caudillo / Eckart Boege / Gerardo Alatorre

  • Red Fronteriza de Salud y Ambiente, Rene Córdova, Sonora

  • Red Internacional de Eliminación de los Contaminantes Orgánicos Persistentes (IPEN por sus siglas en inglés) Punto focal en México, Fernando Bejarano

  • Red todos los Derechos para Todos, Edgar Cortés




Members of Red todos los derechos para Todos

  • Academia Jalisciense de Derechos Humanos, A.C.

  • Acción de Cristianos para la Abolición de la Tortura (ACAT)

  • Asociación Civil para la Defensa de los Derechos Ciudadanos "Miguel Hidalgo", A. C.

  • Asociación Jalisciense de Apoyo a los Grupos Indígenas (AJAGI)

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos “Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez”

  • Católicas por el derecho a decidir, A.C.

  • Centro Nacional de Comunicación Social

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos “Fray Francisco de Vitoria”, A.C.

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos de la Montaña, “Tlachinollan”, A.C.

  • Centro de Reflexión y Acción Laboral, A.C.

  • Centro de Estudios Fronterizos y Promoción de los Derechos Humanos, A. C. (CEFPRODHAC)

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos “Don Sergio”, A. C.

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos "Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas", A. C. (CDHFBC)

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos “Fray Matías de Córdova”. A.C.

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos Ñu’u Ji Kandií, A. C.

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos Tepeyac del Istmo de Tehuantepec, A. C.

  • Centro de Derechos Indígenas A. C. (CEDIAC)

  • Centro de Derechos Indígenas “Flor y Canto”, A. C.

  • Centro “Fray Julián Garcés” Derechos Humanos y Desarrollo Local, A. C.

  • Centro Potosino de Derechos Humanos, A. C. (CEPODHAC)

  • Centro Regional de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos José María Morelos y Pavón, A. C

  • Centro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental, A.C.

  • Centro de Estudios de Política Criminal y Ciencias Penales, A.C

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos Juan Gerardi, A C

  • Centro Regional de Derechos Humanos “Bartolomé Carrasco”, A. C.

  • Ciudadanía Lagunera por los Derechos Humanos, A. C. (CILADHAC)

  • Ciudadanos en Apoyo a los Derechos Humanos, A. C. (CADHAC)

  • Colectivo Educación para la Paz. (CEPAZ)

  • Comisión Mexicana de Defensa y Promoción de los Derechos Humanos

  • Comisión de Derechos Humanos "La Voz de los sin voz"

  • Comisión Independiente de Derechos Humanos de Morelos, A. C. (CIDHM)

  • Comisión Intercongregacional "Justicia, Paz y Vida"

  • Comisión para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos, A. C.

  • Comisión Regional de Derechos Humanos "Mahatma Gandhi", A. C.

  • Comité de Defensa de las Libertades Indígenas (CDLI)

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos Ajusco

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos de Colima, No gubernamental, A. C.

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos de Comalcalco, A. C. (CODEHUCO)

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos de Tabasco, A. C. (CODEHUTAB)

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos "Fr. Pedro Lorenzo de la Nada", A. C.

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos Pueblo Nuevo, A. C.

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos “Sierra Norte de Veracruz”, AC.

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos y Orientación Miguel Hidalgo, A. C. (CODHOMHAC)

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos de la Delegación Magdalena Contreras, A.C.

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos Pueblo Nuevo, A.C.

  • Comité Sergio Méndez Arceo Pro Derechos Humanos de Tulancingo, Hidalgo, A. C.

  • Comité de Derechos Humanos "Sembrador de la Esperanza". A. C.

  • En defensa del Ambiente, Francisco Valdéz Perezgasga

  • Franciscans International México

  • Frente Cívico Sinaloense. Secretaría de Derechos Humanos

  • Indignación, A. C. Promoción y Defensa de los Derechos Humanos

  • Instituto Guerrerense de Derechos Humanos, A. C.

  • Serpaj , Gloria Rico, México

  • Sociedad Ecologista Hidalguense A. C. , Marco Antonio Moreno Gaytán , México.

  • Taller de Arte Pùblico YONKE, Alberto Morackis / Guadalupe Serrano

  • Unión de Comunidades Indígenas de las Sierras de Veracruz, Hidalgo y Puebla, Pablo Hernández, Teodoro, Cornelio Cabrera, Juan Velles, Esperanza Salas

  • Universidad de la Tierra en Oaxaca, A.C. Sergio Beltrán, Representante Legal

  • Adriana Raquel Aguilar Melo, UNICACH, Estudiante de licenciatura en Biología, Chiapas

  • Alejandra Arjona R., Ciudadana

  • Alejandra Orozco, México

  • Alfonso Varona, México

  • Alfredo Enrique Fieytal Nez , Mexico

  • Ana Cecilia Nava, Ciudadana, Chihuaha, México

  • Ana Grijalva, Ciudadana, Chihuahua

  • Ana Lilia Martínez Butrón

  • Arq. Priego, Arquitecta, COA

  • Arquetipo, Marcela Garza De la Rosa , Diseñado

  • Augusto Arteaga, Investigador, INAH, Chihuahua

  • Cecilia Lemus

  • Cliff Mathies., Ciudadano

  • David Lauer, Chihuahua

  • Diana Villalobos, Ciudadana

  • Dr. Américo Saldivar V., Economía de los Recursos Naturales y Desarrollo Sustentable, División de Estudios de Posgrado, Facultad de Economía, UNAM, México

  • Dr. Moisés Mendoza Rdz. Chapingo

  • Eduardo Carrillo Rubio Estudiante Doctoral, Cornell University

  • Familia Saldivar: Aída Ma. Noval / Laura Saldívar / T. Emiko y Serguei Saldívar Tanaka / Claudia Dionea / Alejandro Saldívar V. / Axinia Saldívar H

  • Francisco Arroyo. Consultor en Agroecología y Agricultura Urbana

  • Gerardo Enrique Batista Velásquez, INAH, Profesor de Investigación Científica

  • Gina Uribe, Ciudadana

  • Horacio Almansa A. Investigador INAH, Chihuahua

  • Inti Muñoz Santini, Diputado Federal

  • Iris Fortes, CIEco , Estudiante de Biología, UNAM

  • Jesús Verver Ciudadano

  • Juan Jaime Loera Gonzalez

  • Leopoldo Best

  • Leopoldo Pineda

  • Luz Esther Olvera Chávez, Unidad Fronteriza de Investigación en salud ambiental. Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua.

  • Miguel Angel Rodríguez Miranda

  • Paola Gómez García, Guadalajara, Jalisco

  • Teresa Candela

  • Vicky Torres de Castro


ARGENTINA

  • Alianza Global para Alternativas a la Incineración, Cecilia Allen, Coordinadora de información en español, Argentina

  • Asociación Trabajadores del  Estado Delegación Gral. Las Heras, Ernesto Rodolfo Lomez
    Delegado Adjunto - Division Medio Ambiente, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • IRIS on MIRROR, Emiliano Bazaes, Jefe de Desarrollo / Supervisor de Seguridad, Argentina

 

COALICIÓN CIUDADANA ANTI-INCINERACIÓN formed by:



  • Greenpeace Argentina, Verónica Odriozola,Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Asociación Vecinal Moronense (A.V.M.) Gladys Enciso, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Alejandro Canderoli,Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Cetaar (Centro de Tecnologías Apropiadas de Argentina),Javier Souza, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Ecos de Vida,Raúl Molina,Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Silvia Latrubesse / Juan Carlos Acuña,Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Comisión Permanente de Protección de Nuestro Medio Ambiente

  • Mario González, Jorge Santero,Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Centro Ecologista Renacer, Jorge Nallino y José Borrero,Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Asociación Amigos de la Vida, Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Fundación por Un Mundo Mejor, Amanda Cabrera, Formosa, Argentina

  • Taller Ecologista

  • Elba Stancich, Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Asociación Ecologista de Zavalla "Compromiso", Liliana Lissi / José Placidi, Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Federación Amigos de la Tierra Argentina, Jorge Cappato Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Asociación Civil Crecer Reconquista, Diana Carrero, Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Agrupación Ambientalista Conciencia, Estela Bortoluzze/ Juan Grimalt, Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Reconciliarnos con la Tierra, Jorge Eduardo Rulli, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Ing. Mario Avila, Mendoza, Argentina

  • Alihuen (Árbol en pie), Leandro Altolaguirre, La Pampa, Argentina

  • Verde x Gris (nodo Sta Cruz), Jorge Faggiano, Santa Cruz, Argentina

  • Ecos de Vida – Tandil, Pedro Cenoz, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Vecinos Autoconvocados de Santo Tomé, Ariel Bonacina, Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Centro de Atención Primaria Ambiental (CAPA) , Silvana Mariani / Graciela Barreto, Córdoba, Argentina

  • Fundación Ambiente Total (FuAT), Jorge Castillo, Chaco, Argentina

  • Grupo Ambientalista Coquena de Villa Jardín de Reyes,Silvia Petrelli de Bosio y Mario Bosio, Jujuy, Argentina

  • Movimiento Antinuclear de Chubut ,Javier Rodríguez Pardo, Chubut, Argentina

  • Asociación Argentina de los Médicos por el Medio Ambiente (AAMMA), Juan Costa/ Lilian Corra, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • FUNAM,Raúl Montenegro,Córdoba, Argentina

  • Horacio Huerta, Salta, Argentina

  • Bios Argentina, Silvana Buján / Javier Livetti, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Asociación Ecológica de Lanús, Rubén Méndez, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Estela Ambrosetti, Mendoza, Argentina

  • Sociedad de Fomento Dock Sud, Jorge Hiquis,Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Stella Violante, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Multisectorial de Tandil, Hebe de Cudicio,Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Puelches, Pablo Arosio, Santa Fe, Argentina

  • VIVIR,Vivian Roldán/ María José Heizen, Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Grupo Ecologista Bogado, Fernando Taim, Jorge Tomei, Santa Fe, Argentina

  • Asociación Ambientalista Piuke,Secretario: Alejandro Yanniello.,Río Negro, Argentina.

  • Sociedad Ecológica Regional,Claudia Rivero / Oscar Silberman,Río Negro, Argentina

  • Centro de Protección a la Naturaleza (CeProNat), Jorge Rabey, Santa Fe, Argentina


AUSTRALIA

  • Kwinana Progress Association , Steve Hesse, Kwinana Western Australia, Australia

 

BRAZIL

  • ACPO - Associação de Combate aos POPs, Jeffer Castelo Branco, Director President, Brasil



CHINA

  • Greenpeace China, Kevin May, Toxics Campaigner, China

 

FIJI

  • Pacific Concerns Resource Centre, Neil Netaf, Environmental Director

 

GUATEMALA

  • Centro de Acción Legal Ambiental y Social –CALAS, Erwin Garzona Estrada, Vocal, Junta Directiva, Guatemala



INDIA


  • The Forum for Corporate Accountability and Environmental Health of The Other Media,

  • Nityanand Jayaraman, Coordinator  / Madhumita Dutta Activist, India.

  • Society for Direct Initiative for Social and Health Action (DISHA), Sasanka Dev, Honorary Secretary

  • Toxics Link, Sanjay K. Gupta, Coordinator, India

  • Chintan Environmental Research and Action Group Bharati Chaturvedi, Director,



 

IRELAND

  • Zero Waste Alliance, Richard Auler, Secretary, Irlanda

 

JAPAN

  • Non Incineration Citizens, Setsuko Yamamoto, Representative


KENYA

  • Physicians for Social Responsibility – Kenia, Paul Saoke, Program Director


MALAYSIA

  • Waste Not Asia, Mageswari Sangaralingam, Regional Node(Southeast Asia)

  • Consumers' Association of Penang, Researcher

  • No Incinerator Action Committee, Wong Yuen Mei, Member of the Broga/Semenyih Committee



NEPAL

  • NGO Forum for Urban Water and Sanitation, Ram Charitra Sah, Researcher, Katmandu, Nepal

 

PHILIPPINES

  • Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, Von Hernandez, Co-Coordinator,

  • Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, Manny C. Calonzo Assistant Coordinator

  • Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, Abigail Gay Jabines, Secretariat Staff

  • Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, Gigie Cruz, Secretariat Staff

  • Health Care Without Harm, Merci Ferrer, Asia Coordinator / Faye Ferrer, Special Projects

  • Mother Earth Foundation, Sonia Mendoza, President, / Marie Marciano, Vice-President, / Roy Alvarez, Vice-president / Estelita S. Reyes, Treasurer / Elizabeth Roxas, Public Relations

  • Bangon Kalikasan Movement, Joey C. Papa President

  • Smokey Mountain Resource Recovery Systems, Angelito B. Ferreras, Supervisor

  • Coastal Conservation and Education Foundation , Daniel M. Ocampo, Philippine Proyect

  • Caritas Manila, Lourdes V. Arsenio, Defense, Philippines

  • Cavite Green Coalition , Eloisa L. Tolentino Coordinator

  • Earth Day Network , Odette Alcantara

  • Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement, Isagani R. Serrano, Administrator and senior Vice-president

  • Ayala Foundation Inc., Adel R. Licos, Senior development partner

  • Zero Waste Recycling Movement of the Philippines Foundation, Juanita N. Abaquin, President, / Ofelia Panganiban Treasurer / Jaime E. Maddatu Administrator / Alberto A. Abaquin Administrator / Dr. Metodio Palaypay Advisor / Luz E. Sabas, Advisor / Jun Quicho, Member


POLAND
Waste Prevention Association "3R", Pawel Gluszynski, Ogolnopolskie Towarzystwo Zagospodarowania Odpadow "3R", Poland
SLOVENIA

  • Slovenian Foundation for Sustainable Development, Umanotera, Erika Oblak, Directora de Gestión, Slovenia 


SOUTH AFRICA

  • GroundWork , Llewellyn Leonard, Waste Projects Co-Coordinator

  • South Durban Community Environmental, Farida Khan, Administrator

 

 SOUTH KOREA



  • KoreaZeroWasteMovementNetwork , Binna Oh, Coordinador, South Korea


SPAIN

  • Greenpeace Spain, Sara del Río, Toxics Campaigner, Spain

  • Ecologistas en Acción , Teresa Marcos, Waste coordinator, Spain

  • Ecologistas en Acción, Bernardo García González, Spain 

  • Guillermo Herráiz Medel, Spain
    Ecologistas en Acción, Jorge López Aviles, Spain

  • Ecologistas en Acción Aragón , Ana Isabel Sanchez Bellido, Socia, Spain

  • Ekologistak Martxan -Gipuzkoa (Basque) Nerea González Roncal, President of Asociación Euskal Herria , Spain

  • Ecologistas en Acción-Calatayud, Ismael Callejero Guillen, Secretary, Spain

  • Izaskun Azueta, Spain
     

SRI LANKA

  • Sri Lankan Working Group on Trade and IFIs, Hemantha Withanage, Executive Director,

  • Centre for Environmental Justice, Sri Lanka

  • Environmental Foundation Ltd, Charmini Kodituwakku, Sri Lanka


TAIWAN

  • Taiwan Watch Institute, George Cheng, Executive Director, Taiwan

  • Taiwan Watch Institute, Herlin Hsieh Researcher, Taiwan


THAILAND

  • Thai Environment and Community Development Association - Magic Eyes, Mattana Homlaor, Director

  • Greenpeace Southeast Asia, Tara Buakamsri, Toxics Campaigner

  • Campaign for Alternative Industry Network (CAIN), Penchom Tang, Director

 

UGANDA

  • Probiodiversity Conservationists in Uganda, Tumwesigye Robert Baganda, Coordinator, Uganda


UK

  • Communities Against Toxics, Ralph Ryder, Coordinator



USA

  • Texas Center For Policy Studies, Cyrus Reed

  • Terri Swearingen, Goldman Prize in 1997, Executive Director, Tri-State Environmental Council, West Virginia, USA

  • Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, Ann Leonard, Co-coordinator

  • Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives Monica Wilson , Contact in North America

  • Environmental Health Fund, Dr. Joseph DiGangi, Scientist

  • US Environmental Watch, Joe Parrish, Director,

  • Science and Environmental Health Network, Ted Schettler MD, MPH, Science Director

  • Department of the Planet Earth, Erik Jansson, Executive Director

  • Green Delaware, Alan Muller , Executive Director

  • Sierra Club, Michele Perrault, International Vice-President

  • St. Lawrence University Dr. Paul Connett, Chemistry Professor, New York

  • Waste Not, Ellen Connett, Editor, New York

  • Grass Roots and Global Video, Michael Connett, Associate producer, New York

  • Health Care Without Harm , Firuzeh Mahmoudi , International Coordinator

  • Boundary County Concerned Citizens, Linda Langness, Ph.D

  • Glocal Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, Fatou Souare, Administrative assistant








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