Description/achievement of initiative
Networking and collaboration amongst organisations working on diverse aspects of a sustainable and equitable future, to exchange information, learn from each others' initiatives, influence international negotiations, and continue to build a vision of and pathways for such a future.
This is a joint initiative of several organisations and networks; the ideas and learnings that are part of this process will feed into the activities each of these organisations and networks is involved in, e.g. practical, policy, and conceptual elements of the Radical Ecological Democracy framework will be integrated into networks and platforms of environment education, human rights advocacy, community natural resource governance initiatives, and so on. The learnings from these will in turn feed back into the RED Treaty process, continuing to help evolve the collective vision of and steps towards an alternative future.
Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer
Primarily through information exchange, occasionally the exchange of personnel, and where possible capacity workshops at international events.
Coordination mechanisms/governance structure
The two originating organisations, Kalpavriksh and Poloc, will continue to coordinate the further development and implementation of the Treaty, acting as a hub of communication and joint activities, but not attempting to dictate the activities of individual member organisations.
ANPED – Northern Alliance for Sustainability
Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives
Asociación para la Conservación, Investigación de la Biodiversidad y el Desarrollo Sustentable – SAVIA
Cooperativa Autogestionaria para la Solidaridad Social R.L
Ecological Society of the Philippines
Ecologistas en Acción
Foundation for Ecological Security
Global Forest Coalition
International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism
Japan Civil Network for the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity