TO: NGO SUSTAINABILITY The Falls 304 Silver Creek Lane Norwalk, Ct. 06850
NGO SUSTAINABILITY, INC.: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT/ RENEWABLE ENERGY/ WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT
PRESIDENT: ROMA STIBRAVY
firstname.lastname@example.org THE FUTURE OF OUR PLANET DEPENDS ON OUR ABILITY TO DEVELOP IN A SUSTAINABLE WAY. NGO SUSTAINABILITY PROMOTES SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AS DEFINED IN THE BRUNDTLAND REPORT, 1987; AGENDA 21, ADAPTED AT UN CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT, 1972; THE UN MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDGS) 2000 AND THE JOHANNESBURG PLAN OF ACTION 2002. OUR MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS ARE IN CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL.
PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT: www.unngosustainability.org
NGO SUSTAINABILITY, INC.:
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT/ RENEWABLE ENERGY/ WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT
We host meetings with guest speakers at the United Nations,NY, on issues relating to sustainable development: climate change, chemical and water management, environmental governance: renewable energy. These events are announced in the UN Journal. We inform by disseminating relevant articles and other materials. We encourage the initiation of and participation in sustainable development projects.
The integration of the three components of sustainable development: economic development, social development and environmental protection. We also seek to build an understanding of how the different parts of the United Nations promote sustainable development.
For the past few years we have organized numerous programs with leaders in the fields of sustainable development and renewable energy, economists, policy experts, entrepreneurs, senior officials of international organizations, and members of diplomatic missions to the United Nations.
Our Consultative Status Organizations
LIST OF HOSTED PROGRAMS
Examples: -April 23, 2009: ‘Beyond Today’s Capitalism: Moving to True Sustainability’; James Gustave Speth, Author. Dean of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. -November 14, 2007: ‘The World Bank’s Investment Framework for Clean Energy and Development’; Oscar Avalle, Special Representative of the World Bank United Nations -April 12, 2007: ‘Potential of Solar Energy in the US’; Rhone Resch, President, Solar Energy Industries Association -January 18, 2007: ‘The Economics of Climate Change – the Stern Report’; Alistair Fernie, Counselor, Sustainable Development/human Rights, UK Mission to the United Nations. For further details please see our website at http://www.unngosustainability.org
Board Members Roma Stibravy- President, NGO Sustainability Harriet Schmidt- Vice President, Former UN Director, Office of the High Representative (OHRLLS) Marita Rosado- Treasurer, Rosado Accounting Elisabeth Kovac- Secretary, Lawyer, NY Jesse Pichel- Managing Director, CleanTech Equity Research, Jefferies Frank Pinto-Former UNDP,Head,Global Environment Facility (GES) Karin Sham Poo- Former UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Scott Sklar- President, The Stella Group, Ltd., Renewable Energy William Stibravy- Former US Representative to UN, Vienna; Former Representative, International Chamber of Commerce Special Advisor H.E. Palitha Kohona Enno Ercklentz ...- Lawyer, NY
FUTURE PROGRAMS “Creating Sustainable Renewable Energy/ Cities, Islands” “Sustainable CUNY” “Introducing Small Scale Solar in Liberia” “7th World Chambers Congress,Women’s Empowerment Principles: Equality Means business, UN Global Compact, UN Women”
The Association of Former Industry and Development Experts (AFIDE) helps developing countries improve their socio-economic status. Its activities benefit public and private institutions to further sustainable development, technological advancement, and the participation of all states in the global economy. Its specific expertise is agro-based and related industries, including chemical and metallurgical industries, and environment/energy and investment promotion. Central and North Pakistan Woman Chamber of Commerce & Industry (WCCI) promotes and develops women entrepreneurship in Pakistan. The Chamber provides a one-window facility whereby women are able to voice their concerns, receive an opportunity to interact with both local and international individuals and facilities, and be introduced to facilities for research and development. Bangladesh Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BWCCI) BWCCI promotes women and their earning potentials through business education in product development, information technology, microfinance, and the legal procedures of business. It establishes business communication centers and serves as a loan guarantor for Bangladeshi women entrepreneurs.
TO BECOME A MEMBER:
MEMBERSHIP: We welcome all those interested in promoting sustainable development, including UN Mission members, UN agencies, civil society and the private sector. Through membership, and any additional contribution, you help support NGO Sustainability in sponsoring educational events and programs promoting awareness of sustainable development issues, and in implementing renewable energy projects in developing countries.
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