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WATCH: Victim of the WWF (World Wildlife Fund)

WATCH: Victim of the WWF (World Wildlife Fund)

ZEMBLA – Onderzoeksjournalistiek

Documentary published on May 24, 2019

New Documentary: Victim of the World Wildlife Funds


“ZEMBLA investigates the collateral damage of the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) battle for nature conservation. ZEMBLA discovers that WWF promotes birth control programs that include contraception and even sterilization for men and women.

The fight against poachers is getting grimmer all the time. ZEMBLA travels to India, where local inhabitants are wrongly accused of poaching, are being tortured and sometimes even killed. On camera, guards from Kaziranga National Park state that they are allowed to shoot unwanted people.” [Source] [Running time: 39:52]

TckTckTck (GCCA) Organizes “Partners Retreat” in the Netherlands following 2009 Conference of the Parties (COP15) on Climate Change


From: [] On Behalf Of Manish S Joshi
Sent: Thursday, February 04, 2010 8:07 AM
Subject: [gccaall] Final Draft Agenda for Partners Retreat



Dear All

Please find attached the Final Draft Agenda for the GCCA Partners Retreat. Please note that the retreat is part of the overall planning process and if you are not attending the retreat your input and feedback is still valuable and I would encourage you to feed in via the weekly calls (GCT or CCT), via the working groups or directly to one of the GCCA Secretariat.

Please note that you can share any planning that you believe would be relevant to the process on the GCCA Intranet Site ( under the ‘Partner Evaluation and Planning Documents’ Section. If you have any problems or would like me to upload documents for you please email me.

The final set of documents for the retreat will be emailed out on Tuesday 9th February 2010.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.


Manish Joshi
Logistics Coordinator
Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA)

t: +44 7879 423 340
e: <mail to:>
s: mani0606

Please don’t print this e-mail unless you really need to. Thank you.