Green Cross International (GCI) is an independent non-profit and nongovernmental organization founded in 1993 by Nobel Peace Laureate Mikhail Gorbachev. It addresses the interconnected global challenges of security, poverty and environmental degradation through global advocacy and local projects. GCI is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and has a network of national organizations in 27 countries.
Green Cross International (GCI)
Green Cross International
9 – 11, Rue de VarembéGeneva, GE 1202
Phone: +41 22 789 16 62
Fax: +41 22 789 16 95
The Environmental Toxin Report 2016, by Green Cross Switzerland and Pure Earth, New York, provides information about the world’s ten most dangerous sources of environmental toxins
“HADII Yahde” – Energy to Stay! – will strengthen the resilience of fragile communities through water and energy saving innovations, and small photovoltaic systems
Chief Operating Officer of Green Cross International
Director of Green Cross International’s Environmental Security and Sustainability programme
Maria Vitagliano speaks about how at the Green Cross therapy camp, Dimitri received medical and psychological care, uncontaminated food rich in vitamins and a chance to recuperate in fresh, clean air and a natural environment
Maria Vitagliano speaks about Hoai An, yet another victim of the toxic Agent Orange with dioxin content, which was sprayed during the war in Vietnam, receives the medical care to be able to stand on her own feet in years to come.
Adam Koniuszewski talks about "well below 2 degrees"
Adam Koniuszewski speaks about transforming energy utilities for sustainable development