COP10.org is the name of a website and an ad hoc group of journalists, researchers and activists, who are aware of the wide-ranging implications of a strong new biodiversity convention and are working to make the proposed COP10 CBD treaty as comprehensive and muscular as it really needs to be.
COP10.org, the website, was created to offer a progressive, non-affiliated news clearinghouse, brainstorming forum, and resource index for activists working on biodiversity related issues. In addition to providing critical info and logistic guidance for COP10 NGO participants, it hopes to elicit and offer new collaborative insights and strategies so they can be more effective when they arrive.
COP10.org, the ad hoc group, now consists largely of Kyoto Journal related scholars and writers, who will be contributing to the website, and Japan-based grassroots activists who are working to develop a cooperative COP10 NGO office complex, press center and live-stream internet news service during the Nagoya conference (and could use a little help). It welcomes energetic co-conspirators with artistic, technical, editorial, organizing and/or fund-raising skills. If you would like to join our internal mailing list, please send a self-introduction to info (at) cop10.org.