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He is a scientist, broadcaster, author, and co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation, a Companion to the Order of Canada and a recipient of UNESCO's Kalinga Prize for science, the United Nations Environment Program medal, the 2009 Right Livelihood Award, and Global 500.
Sima Samar will receive on 7 December the Right Livelihood award in Stockholm, also known as the alternative Nobel Peace Prize.
Jakob von Uexkull, Founder of the World Future Council and the Right Livelihood Award, this week voiced concerns about the future of Namibian fisheries should the planned Sandpiper marine phosphate mining project be allowed to go ahead: "Mining is a short-term non-renewable activity.
Swaminathan who was considered by Time magazine "one of the most influential Asian people of the 20th century" and Ela Bhatt, founder of SEWA and the recipient of Right Livelihood Award have also expressed their endorsement of establishing a Parliamentary Assembly at the UN.
Ruchama Marton, an Israeli psychiatrist, and Bishop Erwin Krautler of Xingu, Brazil, were among four honorees to receive the 2010 Right Livelihood Award Dec.
As her group " Physicians for Human Rights Israel " prepared to receive the annual Right Livelihood Award, Ruchama Marton said the causes of health problems were often political in nature.
This year she will be awarded the prestigious Sydney Peace Prize, some seventeen years after she was first awarded the Right Livelihood Award (the 'alternative Nobel Prize').
He is a winner of the Right Livelihood Award (the "Alternative Nobel Prize"), Canada's Pearson Peace Prize and the Giraffe Award, given to people "who stick their necks out.