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The Resource Cap Coalition is coordinated by CEEweb, ANPED and Ecologistas en Acción. The following organisations have joined and researchers support the policy document on limiting resource use:


  • African Conservation Foundation (regional)
  • Albanian Association of Youth and Students of Geo-science and Environment (Albania)
  • Animal Research and Protection Association “Fauna” (Ukraine)
  • ANPED – Northern Alliance for Sustainable Development (regional)
  • Barcelona University (Spain)
  • BROZ – Regional Association for Nature Conservation and Sustainable Development (Slovakia)
  • CEEweb for Biodiversity (regional)
  • Centar Tesla (Serbia)
  • Center For Environment (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • CIRCE-Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain)
  • CUTEZATORUL Public Association (Moldova)
  • Dutch Footprint Group (Holand)
  • Eco Centar (Serbia)
  • Ecological Institute for Sustainable Development (Hungary)
  • Ecological Movement of Moldova (Moldova)
  • Ecological Tourism in Europe (Germany)
  • Ecologistas en Acción (Spain)
  • Ecologists’ Movement of Macedonia (Macedonia)
  • European Center for Nature Conservation (ECNC) (regional)
  • European Environmental Bureau (EU)
  • Fleming Policy Center (TEQs) (UK)
  • GreenDependent Institute (Hungary)
  • GreenDependent Sustainable Solutions Association (Hungary)
  • Hayajan
  • International Scientific Forum “Danube – River of Cooperation” (Serbia)
  • Latvian Fund for Nature (Latvia)
  • Lithuanian Fund for Nature (Lithuania)
  • Milvus Group (Romania)
  • Munasinghe Institute for Development (MIND) (Sri Lanka)
  • National Society of Conservationists – FoE Hungary (Hungary)
  • NGO Eco-Protection (Macedonia)
  • NGO Sustainable Sighisoara (Romania)
  • Pan Parks Foundation (regional)
  • Quercus – Associação Nacional de Conservação da Natureza (Portugal)
  • SCORAI (Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Initiative) Europe (regional) 
  • SERI Germany (Germany)
  • Social Economic Researches of Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan)
  • Society “Sustainable development” (Azerbaijan)
  • SOSNA – Center for Sustainable Alternatives (Slovakia)
  • STUZ – The Society for Sustainable Living in the Slovak Republic (Slovakia)
  • The Network of the Indigenous Peoples-Solomons (NIPS) (Solomons)
  • Young Researchers of Serbia (Serbia)

Supportive researchers

  • Blake Alcott, Ecological Economist (Switzerland)
  • Joan-Martinez Alier, Professor of Economics and Economic History, Barcelona University (Spain)
  • John Gowdy, Rittenhouse Professor of Humanities and Social Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA)
  • Christian Kerschner, Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer, Masaryk University (Czech Republic)
  • Dan O’Neill, Chief Economist, Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy (USA)
  • Valentino Piana, Director, Economics Web Institute (Italy)
  • Rick Rybeck, Director, Just Economics (USA)
  • Joachim H. Spangenberg, UFZ  Helmholtz Centre for Environment Research (Germany)