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Thursday, June 12

Community Guide to Environmental Health

Join Hesperian for the book release party of A Community Guide to Environmental Health. Please join us as authors of and contributors to the book share stories of its development, activities from its chapters, and plans for its distribution among communities in the Global South and worldwide.

Where: Alumni House, U.C. Berkeley, Berkeley, California
When: Thursday, June 12th. 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.

Please RSVP to rsvp [at] hesperian [dot] org



Recent Events:

Thursday, May 8 in San Francisco

On Thursday, May 8 from 12:00–1:30 PM join International Rivers for a lunchtime fundraiser at:

The Commonwealth Club
595 Market Street, Second Floor
San Francisco, California

There is no charge to attend the lunch.
Seating is limited so RSVP today!

Please reserve your seat by contacting us at:
Tel: 510 848 1155 ext. 301
Email: karolo [at] internationalrivers [dot] org

A request for financial support will be made at the event.

Program will feature:
The Great Carbon Trade Swindle

International Rivers’ work has revealed that billions of dollars in fake credits are being generated under the Kyoto Protocol’s carbon trading scheme. These “hot air” credits threaten to weaken the effectiveness of California and federal efforts to cut carbon emissions. Also featured on the program is leading climate justice advocate, Tom Athanasiou of EcoEquity, who will explain how a global deal to achieve drastic emission cuts might be brokered. Danny Kennedy, President and CXO of the solar energy start-up Sungevity, will share his insight on how California can lead the clean energy revolution.

International Rivers would like to thank the host committee for making this event possible.

Martha Belcher
Kimo Campbell, Pohaku Fund
André Carothers
Robert Dawson and Ellen Manchester
Claire Greensfelder
Jacques and Leslie Leslie
Sylvia McLaughlin
Milan and Letitia Momirov
Deborah Moore
Juliette Majot

Friday, April 25 in New York

Peter Bosshard, International Rivers Policy Director, joins the panel:
China's Aid to Africa: Implications and International Perspectives

Friday, April 25th
4 – 7pm
The New School
66 W.12th St., 4th floor, Room 407

Free and Open to the Public

Contact us: 

Karolo Aparicio
karolo [at] internationalrivers [dot] org