"dear friends, should we not do a special memory for Wangari Maathai, my old friend since
the Un womens conference in Nairobi 1985 in Rio ??
with UNWOMAn and UNEP Achim Steiner and many of us and do tree planting
with a woman minister and women of…"
Jan 7, 2012
Eva Quistorp is now a member of Women Creating a Sustainable Future
About Me (Education, Interests, Professional experience)
co founder of women for peace and the greens,
co founder of the first womens climate conference
in Berlin 1995 and the global platform on gender
and climate justice,co author of the womens agenda in Rio 1992 and the Beijing platform of action 1995 chapter on women and environment,
support agenda 21 globally and locally and
support women leadership to stop climate change
professor and writer and member of european parliament
Area of Expertise
Energy, Agriculture, Climate Change, Democracy and Governance, Health, Gender, Faith-based Initiatives, Urban Development
What is your vision for a sustainable future?
that we implement the agenda 21 in all areas
and close all nuclear plants and abolish all
nuclear weapons and stop human trafficking and
arms race and convert sciences and financial
markets into institutions whcih serve the poor
and powerless and those who work for justice and peace and women rights,that we all learn
from Ghandhi amd ML King and Wangari Maathai
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The Women's Major Group (WMG) was created as one of nine Major Groups after the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development held in Rio de Janeiro. This list serve is for members of the Women Major Group following the Post Rio+20 process (Financing SD, SDGs-post2015) as well as for members of the Women Major Group following Environment processes (UNEP). The Operating Partners (OPs) of the Post Rio+20 process that coordinate the group rotate periodically. The current WMG OPs are Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF) and Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN) supported by a core group including the Women's Environment and Development Organization(WEDO) and Global Forest Coalition (GFC).