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I wanted to go over in two blogs first who I am and
then second what my vision would be. In these blogs I will share what people have
said over the years about my work. These quotes do not indicate they are supporting me for
UNEP Executive Director. “Felix Dodds deserves high respect and admiration for his unswerving and
dedicated efforts as one of the key leaders of the global NGO movement for
sustainable development for several decades."Lars Goran Engfeldt, Former Environment Ambassador of Sweden (2012) I believe that we are living in an
almost-unprecedented period of complex and rapidly-shifting challenges to
multilateralism, layered on top of the multiple threats to ours and all other
species on this planet. UNEP needs to fulfil its essential role in leading
nations and stakeholders to creati…
My new book Stakeholder Democracy: Represented Democracy in A Time of Fear (Routledge) is on advance order on amazon - out July 9th.
I would also like to thank my co-authors Jan-Gustav Strandenaes, Carolina Duque Chopitea, Minu Hemmati, Susanne Salz, Bernd Lakemeier, Laura Schmitz, and Jana Borkenhagen for their chapters - which are awesome!! While underscoring that my co-authors do not necessarily agree with the chapters written by other people.
The book will be out in July for the High Level Political Forum where we will be launching the book. Let me share with you the introduction for the book...and a few reviews out already. “A revolution is coming — a revolution which will be peaceful if we are wise enough; compassionate if we care enough; successful if we are fortunate enough — But a revolution which is coming whether we will it or not. We can affect its character; we cannot alter its inevitability.” (Kennedy, 1966) A changing world
The revolution that Bobby Kennedy was talkin…
As those who read this blog know I have been very critical of the way that Erik Solheim has led the United Nations Environment Programme from the moment I interviewed him after his selection.