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Mill Valley Film Group Notches Another Award for ‘Finned’

Congratulations to our partners at the Mill Valley Film Group!  Their film “Finned,” featuring 2010 Goldman Prize winner Randall Arauz, won in the category of Best Short Program at the 2011 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. 

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Juan Mayr (1993) Named Colombian Ambassador To Germany

Recognizing his achievements in the field of ecology and land preservation, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos named 1993 Goldman Prize winner and former environment minister Juan Mayr the new ambassador to Germany.

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2011 Prize: Q&A with Francisco Pineda

Living under the constant threat of assassination, Francisco Pineda courageously led a citizens' movement that stopped a gold mine from destroying El Salvador's dwindling water resources and the livelihoods of rural communities throughout the country. 

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Indigenous Colombian Prize winner visits the US to build support for Amazon protection


Gilberto Cobaría, President of the Association of the U'Wa (L) and Berito Kuwaru'wa Cobaría, 1998 Goldman Prize winner (R) outside of the Goldman Prize offices in San Francisco

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More recent coverage of recipients in the field

Luis Yanza (Ecuador, 2008) traveled to the Gulf Coast with a delegation of indigenous leaders to advise communities affected by the BP oil spill disaster.

July 22, 2010
Advice for fighting oil companies
PRI's The World

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Goldman Prize recipients in the news

Here's a sampling of some of the major news stories and features that have come out recently about Prize winners from around the world.

July 14, 2010
Saving one of Europe's treasures
CNN

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"Crude" hits theatres nationwide

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Marina Silva to seek Brazilian presidency?

Rumors are swirling that Brazil's former environment minister and 1996 Goldman Prize recipient Marina Silva is being courted by her country's Green Party in order to make it possible for her to run for president in 2010.

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