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Bilderberg Transactional Capital vs Stakeholder Capital, The Two Competing Power Philosophies Both Controlled by Elites

This introduction opens myriad issues of world powers using the world’s resources and peoples of this planet.   This video dispassionately lays out their two pronged one world order struggles.   Unlike my personal belief that there is good and evil in the world this Bilderberg group believes their brains and power grant them right of rule despite the methods they “must” use which involve manipulation of peoples, systems, and resources including deception, secrecy, theft, and brute power of war.

 

 

Bilderberg 2013: Andrew Kakabadse on How Elite Power Shapes the World
Tue, 04 Jun 2013,

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http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/interviews-videos/2831/bilderberg-2013-andrew-kakabadse-on-how-elite-power-shapes-the-world.html

 

 

The common denominator here in my humble opinion is that these two groups look upon themselves as being entitled to mold the world because of their brains to actually hold, take, and keep power and property.

It boils down to two philosophies of one world rule, both of which ignore and minimize individual rights and preclude benevolence and charity of the Biblical sense.  Right and wrong seem not to exist in this realm of world power play.

The philosophy of Communitarianism contrasted to Individualism is defined here; http://sociologyindex.com/communitarian.htm

The Anti Communitarian Manifesto
nikiraapana.blogspot.com/2008/04/abstract-anti-communitarian-manifesto.html
What is the Hegelian Dialectic? and The Historical Evolution of Communitarian Thinking by Niki Raapana and Nordica Friedrich, 2003, Seattle, Wyoming, Alaska.
Abstract: Background: Communitarianism is the theory that individual rights must be balanced against the rights of the “community.” Its many proponents insist that individual rights and liberties pose a real threat to the health and safety of the “community at large.” The founders of the Communitarian Network began “shoring up the moral, social and political environment” in the early 1990s. Today the communitarian theory is the basis for hundreds of new global rules and regulations eliminating individual rights, yet fewer than one percent of the affected population knows about it.
Results: The progression of recent history clearly shows a dedicated effort to lead the world into unknowingly accepting communitarian solutions. To understand how philosophical Communitarianism advanced itself, the authors traced it back to the original source. Using the works of the leading Communitarian theorists, they followed the path from Seattle Neighborhood Plans all the way to the International Court at the Hague.
Conclusion: The foundation for the communitarian theory is undisputedly the Hegelian dialectic; Part I, a tutorial on the Hegelian dialectic is fully substantiated by Jesuit priests, Renowned Marxists and Pope John Paul. Theoretical analysis, i.e.. (A) Communitarianism did not evolve naturally (B) and it was never a movement that arose out of U.S. society (C) therefore, communitarianism has no natural home in the United States., is further substantiated with 70 verifiable, solid references that overwhelmingly support it. Part II, also heavily referenced, outlines historical events leading to the global communitarian synthesis. The changing duality of the new legal system clearly indicates Communitarianism is a criminal enterprise whose aim is to destroy all legal institutions established under national and state constitutions. Both Part I and Part II establish the aims and shared goals of the lesser arms involved in the global communitarian insurrection, showing direct ties to the War on Terror business, the European Union’s integration under Communitarian Law, the emerging North American Free Trade Zone, UN Local Agenda 21, global sustainable development programs, Regionalization, Faith-Based Initiatives, Volunteer America, Community Oriented Policing, Rebuilding Community and Community Development.

 

 

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UN Agenda 21 Using “Happiness” of Tiny Poor Bhutan as Preparation for Developed Countries Decline into Third World Economic Status

I wrote on this subject about a year ago and a fellow blogger made a comment that I agree with whole heartedly,

Susan says:
May 2, 2012 at 1:16 pm (Edit)

Interesting “watchword” Muse. I wonder how their “happiness” compares with “the joy of the Lord”….? It seems their “world” is very “Orwellian”, in that whatever word they use, the opposite is the actual truth, so in this case “happiness” actually translates to be:
 MISERY

 

April 26, 2012, this post; https://materread.wordpress.com/2012/04/26/did-ya-know-happiness-is-the-new-watchword/

Did Ya Know? Happiness is the new watchword

Happiness, it is always interesting to discover what the newest watchword is for the globalist push for all nations to join in the long term sustainable green economy global transition, there’s even a UN drafted Covenant that would supersede nations’ constitutions that includes Happiness as an avenue to convincing leaders of communities and cities regions and counties of the wisdom of their proposals.

Draft
International Covenant on
Environment and Development, Fourth Edition 2010

To introduce you to the basics,

The UN Plan For Running The World: Global Carbon Taxes, Global Safety Nets And A One World Green Economy Link to Michael Snyder article; http://www.libertyroundtable.com/content/un-plan-running-world-global-carbon-taxes-global-safety-nets-and-one-world-green-economy

Fast forward to March 2013, United Nations Press Release Note No. 6384

http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2013/note6384.doc.htm

Marking First International Day of Happiness, United Nations Academic Impact

to Co-host Event on ‘Happiness, Well-being’ with Permanent Mission of Bhutan (a tiny, poor country with a very low GDP per capita, but ranked among the happiest nations in the world)

To mark the first International Day of Happiness, the United Nations Academic Impact of the Department of Public Information will host, on Wednesday, 20 March, 2013,  a conversation on “Happiness and well-being: Essential for a sustainable future.”

From BBC News UK Breakfast videos;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21855292

United Nations launches International Happiness Day

also “More like this” “The answer to real happiness?”

Co-ordinated article in United States USA Today;

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/03/20/international-day-of-happiness/2004087/

U.N.’s Day of Happiness strikes chord

[…]The day had a trending hashtag on twitter — #HappyDay — and its own website. DayofHappiness.net is led by Action for Happiness, an 80,000-member movement to promote happiness, and Cheers, a positivity and happiness app founded in Los Angeles.

“The U.N. declaring this day is punctuating a movement that’s been going on for a while,” says Farhad Mohit, founder of Cheers. “People are starting to question the way of measuring progress. More income doesn’t equate to more happiness – and it’s hard to argue with happiness, that’s not a bad goal.”

There was even a Hackathon for Happiness. The H(app)athon Project had people in New York, Indianapolis, San Francisco, Bogota, Tokyo, London and Oslo using the latest marketing technology to try and shift the world’s view of value away from gross domestic product.

“We want to create a personal happiness indicator that can teach people: You are worth more than money.” says John Havens, founder of the H(app)athon Project.

The International Day of Happiness was originally suggested by Bhutan, a country that uses the Gross National Happiness Index to evaluate their progress, rather than a gross domestic product (GDP) model.[…]

Now moving close to today we read Sunday, May 12, 2013,

article from United Nations Regional Information Centre for Western Europe

The UN and happiness

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A picture is worth a thousand words

[…]Now why would the UN make a matter as private and subjective as happiness into a public and global one? And, why on 20 March? As with many a good fairy tale, the whole thing started with a king wanting the best for his country. In 1972 the king of Bhutan, a tiny and poor, yet happy Himalayan kingdom, grew tired of countries being measured by its gross domestic product solely, and coined the term Gross National Happiness (GNH).

Bhutan, a country with a very low GDP per capita, but ranked among the happiest nations in the world, then started efforts to put happiness on the global agenda. Last summer, the UN General Assembly unanimously adopted the resolution “Happiness: towards a holistic approach to development” http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=39084  , recognizing the pursuit of happiness as a universal aspiration embodying the spirit of the Millennium Development Goals.[…]

The UN and Happiness plan for we in the developed world is to mentally prepare us to embrace “a very low GDP per capita” such as “Bhutan, a tiny and poor, yet happy Himalayan kingdom”.

UN Agenda 21 wants an equally poor communitarian planet of nations going backward together into a “poor, yet happy” United Nations run world.

Comments from an attendee on of the April 23-25, 2012, Stockholm+40  by Alan AtKisson author of books, Believing Cassandra and The Sustainability Transformation, can be found on his blog; Alan Atkisson  http://alanatkisson.wordpress.com/ .

Religion also plays a great part;

http://www.ecumenicalnews.com/article/un-marks-first-international-day-of-happiness-21906

Ecumenical News

UN marks first International Day of Happiness

Sasha Mercier
Wednesday, March 20 2013

Tag:
International Day of Happiness, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Gross National Happiness

Another Picture Worth a Thousand Words in UN Propaganda Use of More Happiness, Bhutan's Gross National Happiness index
Another Picture Worth a Thousand Words in UN Propaganda Use of More Happiness, Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness index

The Brussels based United Nations Regional Information Centre for Western Europe – UNRIC provides information on UN activities to the countries of the region. It also provides liaison with institutions of the European Union in the field of information. Its outreach activities extend to all segments of society and joint campaigns, projects and events are organized with partners including the EU,

governments,

the media,

NGOs,

schools, and

local authorities.

All of the above entities are being taken over from the peoples they represent  by those who want UN Agenda 21 to level and standardize the all nations into an equality of poverty and dependence upon those few 0.000001% who have formulated this definition of “Happiness”.

Central banks and global corporations own the UN, they ARE the UN (just one example, remember the $10 billion dollars that Ted Turner donated to the UN?), and they are guilty of causing the lion’s share of, ” “The economic crisis, accelerating environmental degradation and growing discontent around the world” that is being blamed upon the 99.999999% of humanity who have been lead into this moment of growing global MISERY.

If the UN Agenda 21 achieves its “Happiness” goals there will be MISERY as never before experienced upon this world…..but………I cannot imagine that this insanity could ever be pulled off, yes, some of it has already been begun…….but really……….you can fool some of the people some of the time………..No, I think UN Agenda 21 will go down as another Utopian nightmare, it’s just too unnatural, never gonna stamp out life and light.

Feminism 2.0 (Sheryl Sandberg Feminist “Lean In” Author vs Anne-Marie Slaughter, Princeton professor and former top State Department official) Memes for Worker Bees

Feminism 2.0 (Sheryl Sandberg Feminist “Lean In” Author vs Anne-Marie Slaughter, Princeton professor and former top State Department official) Memes for Worker Bees 

This represents a Hobson’s Choice. The absence of a third way, a traditional wife and mother role from this debate seems to assume that is an impossible or passe, old fashioned choice.

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook, Silicon Valley executive manager and author of “Lean In”, sponsored, launched, or interviewed by

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, at the offices of the Bloomberg Foundation, on East 78th Street, NY, NY

CBS Program, “60 Minutes”

Time Magazine,

“Makers,” a new documentary on feminist history,

Debora L. Spar, president of Barnard College, who invited Ms. Sandberg to deliver a May 2011 commencement address about gender in the workplace

Cosmopolitan magazine ( which is publishing a 40-page supplement to its April issue devoted to Ms. Sandberg’s ideas, and plan to spread her message to community colleges),

Jill Abramson, the executive editor of The New York Times,

Rachel Sklar, founder of a networking list for women in technology, who is on the Lean In launch committee,

and many other mainstream media outlets plus,

World Economic Forum in Davos, Ms Sandberg  spoke on the topic at the World Economic Forum in Davos last month.

Sheryl Sandberg, “Women in management positions show less flexibility to move to other companies and new areas of responsibility than men, which hampers careers. Little American boys can imagine becoming president, but little American girls cannot.”

vs

Anne-Marie Slaughter (Princeton professor and former senior adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton)

Sandberg’s focus, women’s lagging ambition vs. men (“We will never close the achievement gap until we close the ambition gap,” she has said), “is a much, much smaller problem than our social and political structures,” Slaughter contends. Sandberg’s message, she adds, “isn’t taking account of the full spectrum of women who are not superhuman and rich. Sheryl Sandberg is both superhuman and rich.”

and

 Atlantic Magazine article titled, “Why Women Can’t Have It All,” last year arguing that feminism — and Ms. Sandberg — were holding women to unattainable standards.

Women Don’t Need to “Lean In” More; Powerful Men Need to Reach Out ,  Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, a consultant who works with companies to improve their gender balance.

Fortune magazineSlaughter vs. Sandberg: Can women have it all?

By Patricia Sellers June 25, 2012,    “Is this a “face-off,”, as the New York Times proclaimed, between two elite, superstar women about what is right or wrong with workaday lives and careers? “It’s a debate about how we solve a common problem,”….. “Since then, both women quietly developed perhaps the most notable feminist row since Ms. Friedan refused to shake Gloria Steinem’s hand decades ago.”

Betty Friedan’s “The Feminine Mystique,” and Gloria Steinem’s MS magazine worked for the same goal, their methods squabbles not withstanding caused great upheavals of traditional human society were two sides to the coin of male/female work place relations, occupations, and personal relations.

(In a related development the Queen of England at age 86 has just this week announced her support for gender equality thereby opening up the throne to women succession. I wonder why the “old girl”, is doing this at this late date? Speculate, speculate, speculate………in any case there is only one crowned head at a time, not much room at the top…….anywhere in the world, is there?)

And finally that reminds me. There are few corner offices and even fewer penthouse offices for anyone to attain. So why train so many for the race to the top at all? Is it a question of conditioned obedience to the corporate model?

worker bees?

Yes, that must be it. I like honey quite a lot, but I’m not envious of those creatures at all, bee society doesn’t appeal to me in the least! But UN Agenda 21 proponents think the hive is grand. Yet that is a failed philosophy built upon a reprobate misunderstanding of the very nature of humans. In the end we aren’t bees and can never be contained in the planned communities Agenda 21 daydream.

What few women and men attain to the lofty goals of both Ms Sandberg and Professor Slaughter might examine whether the sacrifices they advocate to get to the CEO Suite give life meaning or simply lead to regrets of lost opportunities for more valuable experiences in the wider world of existence for the sake of breath itself.

I don’t believe many were meant to rule, the air is too thin for most up there on the top floor. Even if you reach Mt. Everest you can’t live there very long and would you, if you could……in any event it’s the climb and the companions that make for a successful contented happy life, and sometimes its the view, but often even that is obscured, then a kind word and a hot cup of coffee or tea would make all the difference……………

EDITORIAL: EPA’s chilling effect – Washington Times

EDITORIAL: EPA’s chilling effect – Washington Times.

 

Article above linked details yet another physical action that regulates the USA under guidelines that originate from Rio Earth Summit UN Agenda 21. The goals signed upon by George H.W. Gush are being used even in the least populated areas of our country to the detriment of the humans who live on their private properties and just need to keep from freezing!

Our EPA’s far reaching new regulations now apply to burning of wood which is the most abundant source of energy in wilderness Alaska for keeping people from immediate freezing death!

 

Rio+20 Fails Goes Too Far, Light Up Christ in Green Lights

Nature Article here.

 

 Negotiators achieve early agreement at Rio summit

But environmentalists decry proposed text, citing lack of ambition, inspiration and commitment.
Jeff Tollefson
19 June 2012

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro’s iconic statue of Christ has gone green to celebrate the Earth Summit taking place there — but critics wonder if the agreement that emerged today is beyond redemption.

Reuters

(…) In the run-up to the Earth Summit taking place in Rio de Janeiro this week, Brazilian officials on 19 June unveiled a text agreed by negotiators that looks set to become the final agreement to emerge from the meeting. The 49-page document, which touches on all of the major issues surrounding sustainable development but requires very little in the way of concrete commitments from governments, will be taken up by world leaders when they gather at the 20–22 June Rio+20 meeting.

Environmentalists immediately blasted the text,(…)

Entire article here.

Climate Depot Reports on Earth Summit 2012 Rio+20’s Fail to Wreck Control Over the Globe

 

 Climate Depot Featured at UN Earth Summit: ‘Failure here is good for the world’s poor people. We need to redefine sustainable development as oil, gas, coal’

Morano: ‘Failure is the only option for this conference if you care about the environment & poor people. Carbon based energy has been one of the greatest liberators of mankind in history of our planet’
Friday, June 22, 2012

RIO DE JANEIRO – Climate Depot’s Executive Editor Marc Morano addressed the UN’s Rio +20 Earth Summit on June 20 and 21. Following a video presentation by Senator James Inhofe (R-OK), Morano addressed a packed room at a CFACT press conference at the UN complex in Rio, followed by a hostile q and a session. (Selected video highlights available here.)

Selected Highlights of Morano’s statement to UN: “What a difference 20 years makes. This is a mockery of where we were 20 years.

I challenge UN activists, environmentalists, Greenpeace, and the media to ask Sec. Hillary Clinton what the objective here in Rio is for the U.S. Her objective is nothing more than to check a box and get the hell out of town. She is going to be conning people if you believe she is here for substantive agreement.

[…]

We are witnessing an historic moment in history of UN. UN IPCC chair Pachauri is now saying global warming is but a secondary problem to sustainability. The UN is now saying saving species is a greater urgency than global warming. They have now thrown global warming under the bus in favor of species extinction.

[…]

Failure here is good for the world’s poor people. Failure is the only option for this conference if you care about the environment and poor people. Carbon based energy has been one of the greatest liberators of mankind in the history of our planet.

James Lovelock, the father of the modern green movement says “sustainable development” is “meaningless drivel”.

I will go further and say we need to redefine sustainable development as oil, gas, coal — energy that works and energy that lifts people out of poverty.”

[End Morano statement.]

Entire Article here.

 

Climate Depot List of News Links;

UK Telegraph: ‘Earth Summit is a washout…Even the skies wept’ — ‘Produced an inconsequential agreement that will not take action on any of the urgent issues’

Sec. of State Hillary Clinton urged leaders at the Rio+20 summit to take sensible steps in solving global environmental problems & promoting sustainable development

Cheers! Rio Earth Summit dismissed as ‘hoax that achieved nothing’: Oxfam declares: ‘They came, they talked, but they failed to act’

Rio+20 Earth summit concludes with few commitments — Countries agree to develop long-term sustainability goals – but without timelines

NYT: ‘Should Air-Conditioning Go Global, or Be Rationed Away?’ — Is A/C a modern-day right like clean water…or an unsustainable luxury that we should give up or ration?’

Celebs speak out at Rio earth summit

Watch Now: ‘GREEN IS THE NEW RED:’ Glenn Beck DISCUSSES GLOBAL WARMING AND RADICAL FACTIONS OF ENVIRONMENTALISM

Climate Depot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rio +20 Maurice Strong 82 Year Old Green Godfather

Here he is at Rio+20 Maurice Strong 82 years old and make no mistake the old Green Godfather has many other plans for using the global corporations to create his dream of global governance. In the FOX video linked article;  linked here.  Strong acknowledges the primary powers of corporations over the still needed compliance of official governing bodies of the nations of the world.

 

Mr. Strong was instrumental in the previous Earth Summit run-up,   Stockholm+40, April 23-25, 2012, meeting preparatory to Rio+20 meeting of hundreds of high officials from nations all over the world. See previous article; sustainable philosophy begun officially in Sweden in 1972 40 years ago at the first Earth Summit Sweden 1972

 

 

The FOX article; Godfather of Global Green Thinking Steps Out of Shadows at Rio+20  and the accompanying video of Maurice Strong’s long history of UN environmentalism to create global governance with the direct aid of the corporations of the world, mega financial banks as well as industrial manufacturers  taking over the governmental institutions of nations through fractional banking and taxation of the labors and products produced by the mass of humanity worldwide.

 

 Nonetheless, on Monday evening, Strong was introduced as a “very special guest of honor” at a “Corporate Sustainability Forum” organized by the U.N. Global Compact, a corporate group that has signed onto a variety of U.N. social and development goals. In a brief address, Strong lauded the assembled executives as “the most important meeting of Rio + 20,” and noted the number of corporate representatives attending from “the country where I live, which is called China.”

“If we are going to achieve the world we want, and not just the world we are going to get if we stay on the same course, it’s got to be led by the business community,” he said. “The real actors, the people who are going to make the change are the people in this room.”

While Strong’s presence is low-key, there is no doubt the U.N. has brought him to Rio in an official capacity, if nothing else as a living relic of the successful 1992 Earth Summit, where Strong served as conference secretary general. Strong has recently described himself as a “senior advisor to the secretary general” of the Rio + 20 conference, a high-level Chinese bureaucrat named Sha Zukang, who is also a top member of the U.N. Secretariat.

Documents examined by Fox News show that the Beijing office of the United Nations Development Program has paid Strong’s way, with a $13,000 round-trip air ticket from Beijing to New York to Rio and back. His hotels and living expenses are also being picked up, in what amounts to a three-week Rio + 20 junket.

 

The immediate success of the conference in issuing signed documents of agreement has been lessened by the exposure of their agenda to cease all development, progress, and populations of the earth through carbon taxes which they would like to levy upon all carbon emissions worldwide especially the developed world. None the less it is the UN Agenda 21 that is the vehicle through which these elite movers and shakers at Rio+20 will continue their efforts to make inroads into the local communities of the world toward the goal of green global governance.

 

 

2010 Document of World Bank Outlines Population Control Predicates for Loans

World Bank’s Reproductive Health Action Plan 2010-2015

 

sovereign nations must implement population reduction objectives as outlined by the World Bank and UN Population Fund

 

Explosive Reports.com

 

Eugenics Reports

 

Did Ya Know? Happiness is the new watchword

Happiness, it is always interesting to discover what the newest watchword is for the globalist push for all nations to join in the long term sustainable green economy global transition, there’s even a UN drafted Covenant that would supersede nations’ constitutions that includes Happiness as an avenue to convincing leaders of communities and cities regions and counties of the wisdom of their proposals.

Draft
International Covenant on
Environment and Development,    Fourth Edition 2010

To introduce you to the basics,

The UN Plan For Running The World: Global Carbon Taxes, Global Safety Nets And A One World Green Economy  Link to Michael Snyder article

Next here is a UN Press Release from their website that uses the new watchword Happiness as central to their push to tie our economies to every aspect of our human activities and interactions and our very ways of thinking and valuing our lives on planet earth.

2 April 2012 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today highlighted the need for an economic paradigm that incorporates social and environmental progress in efforts to achieve sustainable development.

“Gross National Product (GDP) has long been the yardstick by which economies and politicians have been measured. Yet it fails to take into account the social and environmental costs of so-called progress,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his remarks at a high-level meeting at UN Headquarters in New York.

Convened by the Government of Bhutan, the meeting – “Happiness and Well-being: Defining a New Economic Paradigm” – brought together hundreds of representatives from governments, religious organizations, academia and civil society to discuss the issue…….

…………… The Secretary-General stressed that sustainable development is intricately linked to happiness and well-being, and underlined that the UN Sustainable Development Conference, also known as Rio+20, in Brazil in June, will need to provide an outcome that reflects this.

The quality they describe as Happiness is being used as a central theme. There is a Global Transition to a New Economy website and a map with cities all over the world participating. Mapping a Green and Fair World

Their watchwords and what they  “9 characteristics we envisage for the new economy

Citizens & Communities:  Our citizens will have an understanding of an economy that prioritizes human wellbeing within environmental limits, and will work together to build vibrant and resilient communities.

Currencies:   New ways of issuing and supplying money and other mediums of exchange will be created, to favor local economic and community development.

Enterprise & Ownership:  Goods and services will be produced in socially and environmentally responsible ways, including using innovative forms of capital ownership and new organizational arrangements.

Global Justice:  Social justice will be achieved, and quality of life will be improved for all, including for those currently living in poverty.

Local Economies:  Economies will emphasize local production for local need, thereby increasing their resilience and adaptability to external environmental, social and economic pressures.

The Commons:  New ways of protecting, allocating and restoring natural, cultural and other resources that collectively belong to all humans, now and in the future will be developed.

Models & Metrics:   We will have new ways of visioning, modeling and measuring the economy that take environmental limits and human wellbeing into account.

Governance:  Local, national, and international governments will be responsive to citizens’ needs, and will create the necessary framework for economies that deliver on human wellbeing within environmental limits.

Finance:   Capital will be made available to communities, enterprises, and individuals, allowing them to flourish while simultaneously creating wider positive social and environmental outcomes.

This a relatively new web site, not all the links lead anywhere at this posting, so I think it is a work in progress. It bears revisiting in future. At this time it is very interesting to see the framework of this newest phase of packaging the one world globalist vision for   Global Transition to a New Economy.  

Comments from an attendee on of the April 23-25, Stockholm+40  by Alan AtKisson author of books, Believing Cassandra and The Sustainability Transformation, can be found on his blog; Alan Atkisson .

The posts are quite informative to the mindset and plans to implementation.

In closing I just want to add that the whole concept of Happiness seems to be quite flexible in application to the way humans think and function.  I believe we need to add the word to our watched word list.

List of Participants in Stockholm+40 going on today April 23 – 25 prep for Rio+20 Agenda 21

Stockholm+40 – Partnership Forum for Sustainable Development 23–25 april 2012

 Target groups
Stockholm+40 is intended for an international target
group consisting of central and local decision-makers,
young people, the business sector, civil society (especially
environment and development cooperation organisations)
and researchers

Final Goal:

Arrive at clear messages and recommendations
for sustainable innovations, sustainable production
and sustainable living that can be communicated
to decision-makers at Rio+20, to show how a
green economy can become a reality.

List of Participants in the conference Stockholm+40

Ministers

Annus, Rita Secretary General Ministry for the Environment, Estonia
Ásgrímsson, Halldór Secretary General, Nordic Council of Ministers, Iceland
Auken, Ida Minister of the Evironment, Denmark
Ayitey, Sherry Minister of the Environment, Ghana
Björling, Ewa Minister for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Carlsson, Gunilla Minister for International Development Cooperation, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Chikwanda, Alexander Minister of Finance and National Planning, Zambia
Combari, Abdoulaye Vice Minister of Agriculture, Burkina Faso
Ek, Lena, Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Gashi, Dardan, Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning, Kosovo
Gumbiner, Lawrence Deputy Assistant Secretary for Oceans and Environment, United States
Hatt, Anna-Karin Minister for Information Technology and Energy, Sweden
Jiabao, Wen Prime Minister of P.R. of China, China
Kamel, Moustafa Minister of State for Environemantal Affair, Egypt
Kosgei, Sally Minister For Agriculture, Kenya
Lejtreger, Raquel Secretary of State and Vice Minister of Housing, Land Planning and Environment
Uruguay
Mabudafhasi, Rejoyce Deputy Minister of Water & Environmental Affairs, South Africa
Mahmud, Hasan Minister of Environment and Forest, Bangladesh
McDougall, Daniel Assistant Deputy Minister of the Environment, Canada
Niinistö, Ville Minister of the Environment, Finland
Obeng, Paul Victor Chairman of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC), Ghana
Oberle, Bruno Maria State Secretary (Vice Minister) and Director, Swiss Federal Office for the
Environment, Switzerland
Ohlsson, Birgitta Consumer Minister, Sweden
Pearl, Frank Minister of environment & sustainable development, Colombia
Potocnik, Janez EU Commissioner for the Environment, Belgium
Reichle, Susan Assistant to the Administrator Bureau of Policy, Planning and Learning, USAID, United States
Reinfeldt, Fredrik Prime Minister of Sweden, Sweden
Roosita, Hermien Executive Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Indonesia
Solhjell, Bård Vegar Minister of the Environment, Norway
Spelman, Caroline Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, United Kingdom
Teixeira, Izabella Minister of Environment, Brazil
Terada, Tatsushi Vice-Minister for Global Environment Affairs, Ministry of Environment, Japan
Specially Invited

Abraham, Reuben Professor Entrepreneurship, Indian School of Business
Appelby, Simon Global Citizenship and Policy, KPMG
Crutzen, Paul Nobel Laureate in Chemistry and researcher at the department of Atmospheric
Chemistry at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry
Dias Diogo, Luisa Member of Parliament and former Prime Minister of Mozambique
Eklund, Klas Senior Economist, SEB; Member of the Swedish Governments Commission on the
Future
Elkheshen, Kamal Vice President, African Development Bank
Ernkrans, Matilda Swedish Parliament, the Committee on Environment and Agriculture
Grynspan, Rebeca Associate Administrator, UNDP
Hogenboom, Michaela Major Group for Children and Youth, Co-Facilitor Green Economy
Holm, Göran CEO, Coca-Cola Enterprises Sweden
Huang, Ming Right Livelihood Award winner and founder of Solar Valley in Dezhou, China
Jackson, Tim Professor of Sustainable Development at the University of Surrey
Kell, Georg Executive Head of the United Nations Global Compact
Kyte, Rachel Vice President of Sustainable Development at the World Bank
Marquard, Helen Executive Director, the SEED Initiative
MacNeill, Jim Secretary General of the World Commission on Environment and Development;
Formerly Director of Environment at OECD
Melford, Clare CEO, International Business Leaders Forum
Nilsson, Staffan President, European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)
Persson, Olof CEO, AB Volvo
Ramanathan, Veerabhadran Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California
Rockström, Johan Head of SEI and Stockholm Resilience Centre
Scanlon, John E. Secretary-General, CITES
Senapathy, Gopalakrishnan Executive Co-Chairman Infosys Technologies, Chair of Business Action for
Sustainable Development
Sha, Zukang Secretary-General of Rio+20; the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for
Economic and Social Affairs; Head of the United Nations Department of Economic
and Social Affairs
Steiner, Achim UNEP Executive Director
Strong, Maurice Senior Advisor to the Secretary General of the United Nations;
Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment,
the Stockholm conference on sustainability in 1972
Thunell, Lars Executive Vice President and CEO of International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Upton, Simon Director Environmental division, OECD
Waughray, Dominic Senior Director, Head of Environmental Initiatives, World Economic Forum
Yumkella, Kandeh K. Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization
(UNIDO)
Zadek, Simon Sustainability advisor and author; Senior Visiting Fellow, Centre for International
Governance Innovation (CIGI); and Senior Fellow, Global Green Growth Institute.
Business/Private Sector

Abdelkader, Munira Naqaa Environmental Enterprise
Abrahamsson, Jan Ericsson Group
Akpofure, Imoni International Finance Corporation
Alfredson, Mats Hushållningssällskapet (The Rural Economy and Agri
Almström, Krister Senergen Energia Renovável Ltda.
Amador, Alexander Senergen Energia Renovável Ltda
Andersson, Renée Indiska Magasinet AB
Appelby, Simon KPMG International
AtKisson, Alan AtKisson Inc. / ISIS Academy GmbH
Bjers, Anders Innovation Pioneers International
Brännvall, Ruth Njord Consulting AB
Bäckstrand, Carl White arkitekter AB
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Caperius, Gunnar Prime PR
Chakraborty, Protima Jute land
Chinien, Shirley African Development Bank
Cole, Scott EnviroEconomics Sweden Consultancy
Eikelenboom, Pedro IDH, the Sustainable Trade Initiative
Eisner, Simon Allwin AB
Eklund, Klas SEB
Elkheshen, Kamal African Development Bank
Embren, Kaj Respect
Eriksson, Elin Institute
Fischer, Tobias H&M
Gennvi Gustafsson, Matilda Ericsson ab
Gilbert, Laurent L´Oréal
Hagman, Sofia Trygg-Hansa
Hajee, Sameer Nuru Energy
Hellberg, Mårten OrganoClick AB
Helmersson, Helena H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB
Hertz, Cecilia Umbilical Design
Hjalmarsson, Gunilla Meta asset management
Holm, Sven-Thore Lundavision AB
Horkeby, Inge AB Volvo
Ihrén, Niclas Respect Sustainable Business
Jackson, Amanda Swedbank group
Jakobsson, Kim Ungdomar AB
Junge, Varena Applied-CSR (CSI Ltd.)
Kettis, Magdalena Coca-Cola Enterprises Sverige AB
Krus, Rebecca Respect Sustainable Business
Leifsdotter, Linda Pricewaterhousecoopers
Lindvall, Erik Guringo
Lindvall, Kerstin ICA Sweden AB
Lundberg, Eskil Retired from the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affair
Lundberg Markow, Carina FOLKSAM
Ma, Guofeng HIMIN SOLAR CO.,LTD
Lundin, Jan Swedish Travel and Tourism Industry Federation
Maaskant, Katarina IKEA
Mahendru, Vimal Indo Asian Electric Private Limited
Mandery, Hubert Cefic (European chemical Industry Council)
Molander, Helene Stockholm Transport
Mutale, Edith Embassy of the Republic of Zambia Stockholm
Mwangi, Anthony Sunland insurance Brokers ltd
Ndhlukula, Divine SECURICO
Niyigena, Alphonsine Rwanda Private Sector Federation
Oberle, Bruno Maria FOEN
Omukaga, Millicent NURU
Petrykowska, Liisa Ignitia Sweden
Repinski, Peter ÅF
Resvik, Birgitta Fortum Corporation
Rhodin, Jögen Ericsson
Richards, Paul PCR & Associates Limited
Rubaiza, Rhoda African Risk Capacity
Sajadi, Amir Hjärna.Hjärta.Cash
Smith, Maria ICA Sweden AB
Steinholtz, Daniel Allies
Stenmar, Karin Folksam & KPA Pension
Stigson, Björn World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Sundar, Nischint Ecology and Environment
Sundberg Victor Electrolux
Sunér Fleming, Maria Confederation of Swedish Enterprise
Svensson, Ann-Lis Rio Monte
Sydstrand, Charlotta Swedbank
Szabo, István Nordic Gas Cleaning
Tengvard, Maria U&We
Törnblom, Jonas Envac AB
Török, Kaj Futerra Sustainability Communications
Walsh, Tom Renetech AB
Waughray, Dominic World Economic Forum
Westerholm, Lena ABB AB
Wikman, Erica Volvo Cars
von Schmalensee, Monica White arkitekter AB
Wälivaara, Christer LO-TCO Biståndsnämnd
Östberg, Karin H&M
Civil Society/NGO

Abresparr, Salomon Fältbiologerna
Adessou, Kossivi Nevaeme Jeunes Volontaires pour lEnvironnement-Togo
Adetayo, Mosunmola Local Youth Assembly of Nigeria
Agarwal, Ravi Toxic Link Oluwatoyin
Adhikari, Rajendra Bahadur Rural Area Development Programme (RADP)
Agbarakwe, Esther Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition
Aguilar, Katrine Mae Youth for Sustainable Development Assembly
Ali, Suad Student
Asplund, Fredrik Apollo Solidarity is hip
Becerra, Maria International Forestry Students Association
Ceesay, Ibrahim African Youth Initiative on Climate Change(AYICC)
Changachirere, Glanis Institute for Young Women Development
Dahlin, Elisabeth Save the Children Sweden
Ddamulira, Robert World Wide Fund for Nature – Uganda Country Office
De Zoysa, Uchita Centre for Environment and Development
DeDonatis, Mariano CIVICUS World Alliance for Citizen Participation
Digangi, Joseph Ipen
Ditz, Daryl Center for International Environmental Law CIEL)
Dong, Yiruo Global Sustainable Leaders Forum
Duker, Emmanuel Network for African Youth For Development – Ghana
Edwards, Sue Institute for Sustainable Development
Elsässer, Gunilla WWF Sweden
Emfel, Magnus WWF Sweden
Emmelin, Anna Albaeco
Engelman, Robert Worldwatch Institute
Engfeldt, Lars-Göran Ret
Esenamanova, Nurgul Civic Environmental Foundation UNISON
Evaeus, Barbara WWF
Ezeilo, Michael-Donovan Culture Green
Fadaly, Elham UENP-TUNZA
Fasoranti, Oluseyi Taiwo Local Youth Assembly of Nigeria
Fathallah, Ahmad Nahwa Almuwatiniya
Fogelberg, Teresa Global Reporting Initiative
Fuller, Richard Blacksmith Institute
Gouveia Junior, Edgard Play The Call
Grape, Henrik Svenska kyrkan
Gustafsson, Lars WWF International
Gustafsson, Marcus Y-Climate Action KFUM Sverige
Hogenboom, Michaela Rio+Twenties
Husni, Mohamed British Council
Iso-Markku, Antti Finnish Youth Cooperation Allianssi
Jain, Shivani Centre for Environment Education (CEE)
Jonsson, Caroline Swedish Ecodemics, Lunds students for sustainability
Jin, Zhou College of Architecture and Environment, Sichuan
K.C., Kamala Rural Area Development Programme (RADP)
Kamwendo, Doreen Organization
Karlsson, Mikael Swedish Society for Nature Conservation/EEB
Katungisa, Kenneth Uganda National Farmers Federation
Ketkar, Sharada Stree Mukti Sanghatana
Khan, Rana Bilal Ahmad Youth Parliament of Pakistan
Kpeluke, Rita Local Youth Assembly of Nigeria
König, Felix LSU – National Council of Swedish Youth Organization
Lakso, Johanna Power Shift Sverige
Larsson, Ewa Green women
Laurell, My FSC, Forest Stewardship Council
Lexén, Karin SIWI
Ljungman, Ankin Diakonia
Loftus, Saba Rio+twenties / International Youth Council
MacNeill, Jim International Institute for Sustainable Development
Maisonet-Guzman, Olimar SustainUS
Mak, Chamroeun Khmer Youth Association (KYA)
Marquez Anez, Dalia Fernanda Tunza strategy – UNEP and Venezuelan Youth Organization
Masologo, Damas Vi Agroforestry, Tanzania
McAlinden, Karl Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (IPE)
McFann, Hudson SustainUS
Medina, Charito MASIPAG (Farmer-Scientist Partnership for Development)
Mezzour, Ryad CGEM
Mireku, Samuel Obeng The Institute of Economic Affairs Gambia
Motsau, Thakong Moses Bench Marks Foundation
Msiska, Kenneth The Young Advocates for the Advancement of ICT-rel
Ndungu, George Organisation of African Youth
Neelakantan, Shruti TUNZA, UNEP
Nfinn, Tcharbuahbokengo Federation of Environmental and Ecological Diversity
Nuttall, Nick United Nations Environment Programme
Nyoni, Stanley One Future-One Planet Project
Obeng, Letitia Retired Consultant
Pagotto, Isabella Global Reporting Initiative
Parihar, Gita Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern I
Pedersen, Bjarne Consumers International
Raworth, Kate Oxfam GB
Regner, Åsa RFSU
Repinski, Cecilia Gaia Values
Ribeiro, Daniel Justica Ambiental
Rogeman, Anneli Swedish Cooperative Centre
Pulford, Louise Social Innovation eXchange
Ryott, Anna SOS Children Villages
Salmi, Johanna LSU/Major group of children and youth
Sandahl, Johanna Swedish Society for Nature Conservation
Sandberg, Kristina SIS, Swedish Standards Institute
Savic, Ivana Centre for the Rights of the Child and Development
Scarpelini, Joao Felipe Change Mob
Scharnik, Gilbert International Institute for the Development of Cit
Seng, Sintha The Bright Hope institute (BHI)
Situma, Anade United Nations Association of South Africa
Skånberg, Kristian TCO
Snis Sigtryggsson, Alva National Council of Swedish Youth
Organizations

Soete, Mathieu AEGEE / European Students Forum
Stampar, Christopher Millennium Institute
Strandberg, Ludvig Rosendalsgymnasiet
Svahn, Olle LSU
Svarfvar, Sofia Church of Sweden International Dep.
Svensén, Ann RFSU
Tham, Lena WWF
Timmer, Vanessa One Earth
Tsygankov, Yan Russian Cleaner Production and Sustainable Development
Ugbomor, Joy Isioma Local Youth Assembly of Nigeria
Wang, Zekai Youthink Center
Wanjuki, Grace African Youth Initiative on Climate Change
Vattuone, Maria Florencia Young Masters Programme
Widen, Sofia Annika Y-Climate Action YMCA YWCA Sweden
Vinyard, Rachael Blacksmith Institute
Wirtén, Håkan WWF Sweden
Wojewoda, Nicolò Peace Child International
Xu, Haofeng Young Masters Program
Zucchero, Yusuf IMI italian high school (Istanbul)
Özturk, Ahmet Eren Regional Environmental Center
Policy/Public Agency

Aaltonen, Carina The Åland Government
Aarø-Hansen, Mikkel Danish Ministry of the Environment
Adlercreutz, Susanne Ministry of Enterprise, Sweden
Aguinaga Blanco, Silvia Ministerio de Vivineda, Ordenamiento Territorial
Ahlberger, Hélène UNHCR
Ahlden, Louise Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Ahlner, Eva Swedish EPA
Ahlsson, Gustav Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Al Qassimi, Najla UAE
Alcamo, Joseph UNEP
Allabadi, Fadel Amman Chamber of Industry
Alterå, Ola UNIDO
Alvarez-Rivero, Birgitte UN-DESA
Andenæs, Hæge Ministry of Environment in Norway
Andersson, Ingela Swedish Chemicals Agency
Ásgrímsson, Halldór Nordic Council of Ministers
Awiti, Katja Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Axelsson, Marita Ministry of Justice, Consumer Policy Division
Bajarunas, Eitvydas Embassy of Lithuania
Barton, Maria Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Bartolo, Andrew UNEP
Begum, Taslima Ministry of Secondary and Higher education
Bentouati, Abdesselem Ministry for Spatial Planning and Environment
Berggren, Stefan Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Berisha, Florim Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
Bjerrum, Anders Danish Ministry of the Environment
Blomquist, Gunilla Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Bojic, Mara Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fun
Boa Alvarado, Maria del Refugio TUNZA-UNEP
Borgstam, Johan Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Bratthall, Erik Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Brogren, Charlotte VINNOVA
Broman, Charlotta Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Broman, Mattias Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Bruckner, Camilla UNDP Nordic Office
Brzezinski, Mark US Embassy Stockholm, Department of State
Buddeke, Giulietta Federal Office for the Environment
Castillo Velasquez, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources
Cerqueira, Marília Marreco Ministry of Environment of Brazil
Chepkwoni, Chebii Ministry of Agriculture
Chikwanda, Alexander Ministry of Finance and National Planning
Chiu, Teresa Environment Bureau, Hong Kong SAR
Choy, Linda Hong Kong SAR Government
Churie Kallhauge, Angela Swedish Energy Agency
Coimbra, Fernando Ministry of Environment of Brazil
Combari, Abdoulaye Ministry of Agriculture
Cromnier, Nina Swedish Chemical Agency
Cvetkovic, Jelena Serbian Chemicals Agency
De Bruijn, Dirk C. Ministry of Infrastucture and Environment
Delvin, Maria Swedish Chemicals Agency
Dismorr, Ann Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Drancolli, Kaltrina Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
Drayton, Alison UNDP
Dyer, Rachel U.S. Embassy Stockholm
Eitrem, Gunilla Södertörn region
Ekman, Mikael Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Emilsson, Daniel Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Eriksson, Martin Swedish Environmental Protection Agency
Falkenmark, Malin Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
Flanking, Anders Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Fretheim, Atle Norwegian Ministry of the Environment
Fujiwara, Masaya Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
Garancs, Dainis Embassy of Latvia
Gashi, Dardan Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
Gesteby Tsokas, Johanna Ministry of the the Environment
Grabauskas, Tomas Embassy of Lithuania
Granath, Berith United Nations Association of Sweden
Gromov, Allan Ministry of the Environment
Guelman, Zulma Embassy of Uruguay
Guilamo, Åsa Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Guk, Kim Song Ministry of Higher Education
Gumbiner, Lawrence U.S. Department of State
Göransson, Ola Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Hagen Olesen, Henrik Danish Ministry of the Environment
Hagman, Rebecka Botkyrka municipality
Hallerby, Karin Tillväxtverket
Hanna, Jill DG Environment European Commission
Hansen, Björn European Commission
Harlin, Joakim UNDP
Hasani, Gezime Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
Hashemi, Masoud Ministry for Foreign Affairs , Sweden
Hasselsten, Ingrid Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Hébert, Patrick Embassy of Canada, Sweden
Hedlund, Catarina Ministry for Foreign Affairs Sweden
Hedström, Anna-Karin Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Heikkilä, Maija Ministry of Environment
Hellquist, Hanna Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Henzschel, Thomas German Embassy Stockholm
Hicks, Cheryl CSCP
Hjalmarsson, Dan Swedish Agency for Growth Policy Analysis
Hlengwa, Amanda UNEP
Hojem, Petter Commission on the Future of Sweden, Prime Minister
Holmgren, Torgny Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Horn af Rantzien, Mia Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
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Hädicke, Grit German Embassy
Häggmark, Jenny Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Höglund, Hans Swedish National Commission for UNESCO
Ishigaki, Chihiro Ministry of the Environment
Johansson, Karin Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Johansson, Marcus Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Johansson, Mattias Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Johnson Latham, Gerd Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Jonzon, Dag Sida Partnership Forum
Kabiri, Poya Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Kaadan, M. Ihsan United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
Kalashnyk, Leonid Naturvårdsverket
Kalima, Josephine Government Chemist lab Agency, Ministry of Health
Kamel, Moustafa Ministry of State for Environemantal Affairs
Karliansyah, Mohammad Rizali Ministry of Environment Indonesia
Kasten, Tim UNEP
Katenda, Luyando Unicef
Khaffaf, Evin Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Khan, SM Munjurul Hannan Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of
Kilonzo, Timothy Wambua Municipal Council of Machakos
Kirkconnell, Laura U.S. Embassy Stockholm
Kivelä, Pirkko Ministry of the Environment
Kosgei, Sally Ministry of Agriculture
Krause, Martin UNDP
Laska, Sophal Cambodia
Larsson, Andreas Tillväxtanalys
Leicht, Alexander UNESCO
Leideman, Christina The Swedish Delegation for Sustainable Cities
Lejtreger, Raquel Ministry of Housing, Land Planning and Environment
Lemoine, Karolina Ministry of Environment, Sweden
Levay, Charlotta Commission on the Future of Sweden
Lidbaum, Elisabeth Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communication, Sweden
Lindberg, Emma Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Lindblom, Annika Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Lissinger Peitz, Johanna Swedish Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Lorensson, Monica UNDP
Lugris, Fernando Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay
Luzar, Jeffrey Department of State
Mabudafhasi, Rejoyce Ministry Water & Environmental Affairs
Maeda, Reynald United Nations Association of Tanzania
Magnusson, Magnus UN Capital Development Fund
Mahmud, Hasan Ministry of Environment and Forests
Mahraz, Fatah Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Malesiu, Muhamet Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
Manika, Maija Embassy of Latvia
Marasha, Mandisa Dona Embassy of South Africa
Maricle, Genevieve USAID
Martins Camargo, Leda Lúcia Ministry of Environment of Brazil
Mbelengwa, Peter Ministry Water and Environmental Affairs
Macartney, Kenneth Embassy of Canada, Sweden
McDougall, Daniel Environment Canada
Mejia Marulanda, Victoriana Embassy of Colombia in Sweden
Melin, Albena Sida
Miyazawa, Ikuho Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
Moreno, Pedro Manuel United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Mwangi, Eunice Rachel Wagaki UN Convention to Combat Desertification
Mwanjala, Winnie Kenyan Embassy
Muhindi, Purity Kenyan Embassy
Nahem, Joachim UNDP
Nanjakululu, Johnson Wechuli Ministry of Higher Education,
Neale, William European Commission
Neira, Maria World Health Organization
Nekham, Axel Tillväxtverket
Nkoya M. Maxwell Republic of Zambia
Nkulukusa, Felix Ministry of Finance and National Planning
Nylund, Karin Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Nylykke, Per Danish Ministry of the Environment
Nzioka, Nicholas Kitavi Municipal Council of Machakos
Obeng, Paul Victor National developement planning committee(ndpc)
Onkundi, Charles Government training Institute EMBU
Palguna, Ade Ministry of Environment
Paramitha, Gracia Ministry of Environment
Paredes, Gustavo Embassy of Colombia-Sweden
Plan, Kristy U.S. Embassy Stockholm
Pålsson, Kristin Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Rahunen, Mia Nordic Council of Ministers
Reichle, Susan USAID
Reinhard, Ylva Sw. Environmental Protection Agency
Rembe, Annika Swedish Institute
Ri, Yong Ho Ministry of Higher Education
Riby, Anna Tillväxtverket
Rios Gonzalez, Luis Estuardo Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources
Rivera Galvis, Angela Patricia Colombia
Rosing, Annika Nordic Council of Ministers
Rydstedt, Bengt SIS, Swedish Standards Institute
Sai, Thou Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
Salim, Md. Ministry of Environment and Forests
Sand, Turid Ministry of Environment in Norway
Sani, Rasio Ridho Ministry of Environment
Schreier, Marian United Nations Association Konstanz e.V./Major Gro
Selloum, Nawal Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Srivastava, Amit Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Sibanda, Zibusiso IFC
Sobenes García, Marcia Roxana Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources
Sopheaktry, Sam Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
Stanley-Owusu, Claude National developement planning committee(ndpc)
Stanley-Owusu, John National developement planning commission(ndpc)
Ström, Jakob Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Suprunenko, Stanislav The European Bank for Reconstruction and Developme
Svensson, Lisa Emelia Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Taketani, Masashi Ministry of the Environment
Taxén, Oskar Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Terada, Tatsushi Ministry of the Environment
Thomér, Anna Carin Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Thyrring, Marianne Danish Ministry of the Evironment
Tilly, Ulrike Embassy of Austria
Tshangela, Martina Mapula Deputy Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs
Turesson, Anders Ministry of Environment, Sweden
Tyrkko, Klaus United Nations Development Programme
Uosukainen, Jukka Ministry of the Environment
Uddin, Helal Ministry of Education
Westman, Ulrik Swedish Environmental Protection Agency
Widell, Per-Anders Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications, Sweden
Wuilmart, Carolina Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Van der Meijden, Sofie Ministry for the Environment, Sweden
Van der Veer, Madeleine Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Viatte, Loïc Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Vind, Christian Danish Ministry of the Environment
Vuso, Nosizwe Ministry of Water and Environmental Affairs
Yang, Violet Hye Won Embassy of the Republic of Korea
Yanyun, Yang UNEP-Tongji Institute of Environment for SD
Yau, Edward Hong Kong SAR Government
Zacarias, Adriana United Nations Environment Programme
Zhou, Zhenxu CEEC, Ministry of Environmental protection
Zhu, Juwang United Nations
Ågren, Helen Ministry of the Environment, Sweden
Ågren, Maria Swedish Environmental Protection Agency
Åkerblom, Johan Sida
Örn, Peter The Swedish Delegation for Sustainable Cities
Research/University

Abd-Elall, Sadiq Technische Universität Berlin
Abu Hanieh, Ahmed Birzeit University – Palestine
Akenji, Lewis IGES
Amir, Rashid Royal Institute of Technology- KTH
Anderson, Jesse Uppsala Center for Sustainable Development
Anjos Luis, António Catholic University of Mozambique
Atkisson, Kristina Karolinska Institute
Baljir, Bolortuya Mongolian State University of Education
Baquete, Aguiar M. Faculty of Education, Eduardo Mondlane University
Belliethathan, Satishkumar Horn of Africa – Reg Env Centre/Network, Environme
Bergman, Åke Stockholm University
Borkar, Manoj Ramakant Carmel College of Art
Bradley, Karin KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Brown, Larissa London School of Economics
Bäckstrand, Karin Lunds university
Chen, En Tse Formosan Society for Indigenous Sustainability
De Lorenzo, Mauro New York University
Dhakhwa, Timila The International Youth Initiative Program
Dogsronjav, Narangerel Agency of TVET of the Government of Mongolia
Drakenberg, Olof GMV, University of Gothenburg
Ebaid Nassr, Sohag University
Ekbom, Anders University of Gothenburg
Elvira, Sagyntay Kyzy Issykyl State University
Engström Stenson, Daniel FORES
Ercan, Mine KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Farahbakhsh, Neda Swedish Secretariat for Envi. Earth System Science
Farazee, Asif KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Feldman, Jonathan Stockholm University
Gaffney, Owen International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme
Geleg, Tsagaach National University of Mongolia
Goncalves, André Luiz Instituto Federal Catarinense
Gulati, Supriya The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) Ihre, Emma
Gårdfeldt, Katarina Centre for Environment and Sustainability, GMV
Hardorp, Onja YIP Youth Initiative Program
Holmberg, John Chalmers University of Technology
Hult, Anna KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Jacobsson, Torvald IIIEE, Lund University
Johansson, Roger Eko-Media
Kalygulova, Sabyrkul OSH state University
Kariaga, Patricia Masinde Mulro University of Sceince and technology
Kjellén, Bo Stockholm Environment Institute
Khaled, MD University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC)
Kim, Misol Uppsala University
Knöppel, Elisabeth IIIEE at Lund university
Krajnik, Peter University of Ljubljana
Kuylenstierna, Johan Stockholm Environment Institute
Lenglet, Frans SWEDESD/Gotland University
Léopold, Mbereyaho Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)
Li, Meixuan Young Masters Programme on Sustainable Development
Liljelund, Lars-Erik Mistra
Lindahl, Theres Södertörns Miljö och Utvecklingsförening (SMUF)
Lindroth, Kim The International Youth Initiative Program
Minsky, Kyla River East Colligate
Mittmann, Louisa YIP – International Youth Initiative
Mostafa Mahmoud, Mansoura University,
Munthe, John IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
Nordahl, Lars Den Globala Skolan
Olsen, Simon Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
Okeiga, Nemwek Isaac Obi Moi University
Parekh, Ashish Kungliga Tekniska högskolan
Ramanathan, Veerabhadran Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University
Rebelo, Alanna Stellenbosch University
Rhode, Clint Stellenbosch University
Rockström, Johan Stockholm Resilience Centre
Rodriguez Osuna, Andrea CEMUS Uppsala University
Rudbäck, Louise Young Masters Programme
Salem, Boshra University of Alexandria
Seitzinger, Sybil International Geosphere-Biosphere Program
Sereneo, Marie Young Masters Programme on Sustainable Development
Sharaf Abdelgalil, Mona Faculty of Specific Education
Shaza Gamal, Ismail Faculty of Tourism
Storm, Gertjan University of Maastricht
Sweet, Susanne Stockholm School of Economics, Sustainability Research
Söderbaum, Peter Mälardalen University, Västerås
Thoresen, Victoria W. PERL, Hedmark University College
Tukahabwa, Dorothy Kigali Institute of Education
Wardrope, Alexa Young Masters Programme
Watt, Robert Stockholm Environment Institute
Wijkman, Anders Stockholm Environment Institute
Williams, Helén Karlstad University
Wilson, Mark Uppsala University
Yu, Shuo Young Masters Programme on Sustainable Developmen
Zeng, Weijia Young Masters Programme on Sustainable Development
Ådahl, Martin Fores
Östman, Leif Uppsala University & The Swedish national commission
Other Participants

Bohman, Kerstin
Lobna Abdel-Mohsen
Fengting, Li
Flening, Birgit Director Sustainability
Fumo, Egidio Domingos Delegate
Kronlid, David
Lotz-Sisitka, Heila
MacDougal, Dan
Montaus, Floor
Asmaa Abdel-Moneim
Neeser, Marie
Qi, Zhanf
Qing, Tian
Rashid, Saif Jita
Sandra Michael
Zacco, Mia

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