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Support the Activism of the 2019 Goldman Environmental Prize Winners

May 28, 2019

Last month, we announced the 2019 Goldman Environmental Prize winners. Their stories of grassroots environmental activism, achievement, and persistence have inspired people around the world. You can support their work by checking out their calls to action below, and by visiting their profile pages.

Africa: Alfred Brownell

Asia: Bayarjargal Agvaantseren

Europe: Ana Colovic Lesoska

  • Support the efforts of Bankwatch to pressure international banks to stop funding hydropower development in protected areas, including the Nenskra project in Georgia.
  • Help Ana’s organization Eko-Svest in its efforts to protect Mavrovo National Park and the Balkan lynx.

Islands & Island Nations: Jacqueline Evans

North America: Linda Garcia

  • Learn more about the Washington Environmental Council and its efforts to support clean energy and move away from fossil fuels in the Pacific Northwest.
  • Learn about Linda’s work to stop the largest oil-by-rail terminal in the nation through the Stand Up To Oil coalition.

South & Central America: Alberto Curamil

  • Help free Alberto Curamil by posting on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or other social media platforms, asking the Chilean government to Free #AlbertoCuramil.*
  • Spread the word about Alberto’s work and the work of the Alianza Territorial Mapuche.

*Update: Alberto Curamil was released and acquitted of charges in December, 2019.

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