The second annual Green Asia Forum took place in Busan, South Korea earlier this month with several Goldman Prize recipients in attendance.
The theme and focus of this year’s forum was, “Climate Change and Marine Environments in Asia: Seeking Mitigation Strategies.”
Eight Goldman Prize recipients attended the inaugural Green Asia Forum in 2012, and together they released a joint statement, which outlined the common goals for the forum:
1. Support for the development and implementation of sustainable energy in order to move towards a denuclearized future
2. Work towards a collective solution for climate change
3. Pursue use of fair water sources to protect the marine and freshwater ecosystems
4. Conservation and protection of forests and biodiversity
5. Promotion and aid for environmental education
6. Watch out and find solutions for environmentally destructive actions of transnational corporations
7. Work on and provide support for local movements related to environmental issues or food safety
To read more about last year’s forum, click HERE.
Goldman Prize recipients at the 2012 Green Asia Forum.