Endorsements

Endorsements

If you are an organization aligned with our mission and want to endorse GTAGlobal Tapestry of Alternatives, please contact us.

Endorsing Organisations

  1. Africa Earth Jurisprudence Collective
  2. Red Universidad y Compromiso Social de Sevilla, Spain

Individual Endorsements

Alberto Acosta: Ecuadorian economist; lecturer/researcher, FLASCO Ecuador (Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences)

Yellen Aguilar: ecologist, Proceso de Comunidades Negras de Colombia

Samuel Alexander: co-director, Simplicity Institute; lecturer, University of Melbourne; author, Entropia

Fatma Alloo: Founder journalist of Tanzania Media Women's Association (TAMWA).

Bayo Akomolafe: Executive Director at The Emergence Network, Nigeria

Kali Akuno: Director, Cooperation Jackson, USA

Ikal Angelei: Friends of Lake Turkana & Oilwatch Kenya

Nnimmo Bassey: Director, Health of Mother Earth Foundation; former chair, Friends of the Earth International; Right Livelihood Awardee, Nigeria

Mariann Bassey Orovwuje: Food Sovereignty Coordinator, Friends of the Earth Nigeria; Chair, Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa

Million Belay: Coordinator, Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa

Walden Bello: Professor/activist, State University of New York & Kyoto University, Japan; Right Livelihood Awardee; author, Capitalism's Last Stand

Patrick Bond: Distinguished Professor of Political Economy, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

Maria Campo: philosopher, Otras negras… y feministas, Cali, Colombia

Noam Chomsky: scholar and political activist, USA.

Federico Demaria: socio-environmental scientist, political ecology and ecological economics, Autonomous University of Barcelona (ICTA-UAB)

Alexander Dunlap: Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo, Norway.

Charles Eisenstein: author and speaker

Sofia Garzon: Economist, Proceso de Comunidades Negras de Colombia

Katharine Gibson: Australian,economic geographer, researcher on economic transformation; author, The End of Capitalism (As We Knew It)

Barry Gills: Professor, Development Studies, University of Helsinki

Martha Giraldo: Colombian, naturist, coordinator for MINGAnet a network of networks to life care.

Tiokasin Ghosthorse: Cheyenne River Lakota Nation, South Dakota; international speaker on Peace, Indigenous and Mother Earth; musician 

Tom BK Goldtooth: Native American (Navajo) environmental, climate, and economic justice activist, speaker, film producer, and Indigenous rights leader

Jose Gualinga: Sarayaku People, Ecuador

Eduardo Gudynas: Researcher at the Centro Latino Americano de Ecología Social (CLAES), Montevideo, Uruguay; leading scholar on buen vivir

Kosha Joubert Executive Director, Global Ecovillage Network

Giorgos Kallis: ICREA Research Professor, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)

Naomi Klein: Canadian writer/film-maker/activist; author, This Changes Everything; faculty, Rutgers University, USA

Steven Klees: Political Economist, Professor of International Education Policy, and Distinguished Scholar-Teacher at the University of Maryland, USA: author, The Conscience of a Progressive.

David Korten: author, Agenda for a New Economy; Living Economies Forum; YES! Magazine, USA

Satish Kumar: Senior Editor Emeritus, Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine; Founder & Visiting Fellow, Schumacher College, UK

Edgardo Lander: Universidad Central de Venezuela, Fellow Transnational Institute

Makoma Lekalakala: Earthlife Africa Jhb; Goldman Environment Prize awardee, South Africa

Betty Ruth Lozano: Director of Research, Baptist University, Cali, Colombia

Donnie Maclurcan Executive Director, Post Growth Institute

Firoze Manji: Publisher, Daraja Press

Gary J Martin: ethnobotanist, Founder of Global Environments Network and Global Diversity Foundation; member of the Harvest Festival Collective.

Mabrouka Mbarek: former member, Tunisia National Constituent Assembly

Charo Mina Rojas: Social Worker, Proceso de Comunidades Negras de Colombia

Thomas Moore: anthropologist, ICCA Consortium, Peru

Frances Moore Lappe: author, Diet for a Small Planet; founder, Food First, USA

George Monbiot: author and journalist, The Guardian

Kumi Naidoo: Professor of Practice, Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University and Global ambassador, Africans Rising for Justice, Peace and Dignity

Jason Nardi: General Coordinator, RIPESS network

Helena Norberg Hodge: author, Ancient Futures; speaker; filmmaker; 'new economy' and localization advocate; founder/director of Local Futures

Mordecai Ogada: Carnivore ecologist, Kenya; author, The Big Conservation Lie; Executive Director, Conservation Solutions Afrika

Elba Palacios: philosopher, Otras negras … y feministas, Cali, Colombia

Ben Parry: artist, curator and independent researcher at the intersections of art, activism and urban space.

Wade Pickren: Independent scholar, writer and editor of Review of General Psychology

Paul Raskin: Great Transition Initiative; author, Journey to Earthland, USA

Tatiana Roa: Director, Censat Agua Viva Colombia

Wolfgang Sachs: Editor, The Post-Development Dictionary; research director emeritus, Wuppertal Institute, Germany

Ariel Salleh: Australian scholar activist; author, Ecofeminism as Politics, and articles on green policy to eco-socialism

Sulak Sivaraksa: Thai Buddhist scholar, social critic; founder, Sathirakoses-Nagapradeepa Foundation, International Network of Engaged Buddhists, & Spirit in Education Movement

Maristella Svampa: Argentinian sociologist; writer/researcher, CONICET (National Technical and Scientific Research Council), University of La Plata

Victoria Tauli Corpuz: Executive Director, TebTebba, The Philippines

Jose Maria Tortosa: Instituto Interuniversitario de Desarrollo Social y Paz, University of Alicante, Spain

Ted Trainer: Australian academic, Simplicity Institute; author

Shiv Visvanathan: Nomadic anthropologist interested in dissenting imagination, India

Ivonne Yanez: Accion Ecologica, Ecuador

Christoph Woiwode: Indo-German Centre for Sustainability at Indian Institute of Technology Madras ·

Raúl Zibechi: Uruguayan journalist; militant researcher & analyst; member of Brecha & columnist, La Jornada