Tag Archive: environment

Mar 22 2013

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Pressure China to enter into appropriate water-sharing agreement

c/o International Tibet Network 1310 Fillmore Street, #401 San Francisco, CA 94115, USA

22 March 2013

To: Environment Ministers of the Governments of India, Pakistan, Cambodia, Laos, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Burma, Thailand and Vietnam. cc Mrs Irina Bokuva, Director General, UNESCO

Your Excellencies,

Today is World Water …

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Feb 13 2012

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Post COP17 report

Two members of TWA: Tenzin Woebum, head of Women’s Environment and Development Desk (WEDD) and Tenzin Dolma, Joint secretary, who represent Tibet Third Pole (T3P), took part in the two-week Conference of Parties (COP-17) meeting (November 28 – December 9, 2011), an undertaking of the United Nations Framework Convention …

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Feb 01 2012

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Tibet the Third Pole and its Impact on Asia’s Future

POST CONFERENCE REPORT

Tibet the Third Pole and its Impact on Asia’s Future

A Tibetan Women’s Association undertaking during the 32nd Kalachakra Initiation at Bodhgaya, January 2012

 

TWA has a primary focus on achieving international advocacy and tangible support for Tibet’s environment.  Thus during the two-week 32nd Kalachakra …

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Jan 03 2012

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Nomads for Planetary Third Pole petition

Dharamsala, January 2: Tibetan Women’s Association and Tibet Third Pole have launched a petition to the Ministry of Environment Protection of The People’s Republic of China. The petition appeals to the PRC to halt the forced removal of nomads from Tibet’s pastureland since this …

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Jul 05 2011

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TWA embarks on Sustainable Development Projects for Tibetan Women inside Tibet

Dharamsala: On the eve of the occasion of His Holiness Dalai Lama’s 76th birthday, the Women’s Environment and Development Desk (WEDD) of Tibetan Women’s Association is launching its first phase of sustainable development projects inside Tibet to benefit Tibetan Women, particularly the displaced nomadic women.

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