Thursday, 3 Mar 2005 SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. The Asian Pacific Environmental Network was invited to speak on a panel yesterday with "Death of Environmentalism" coauthor Michael Shellenberger, Taj James, executive director of the Movement Strategy Center, and Adam Werbach, past president of the Sierra Club. The goal was to broaden the debate about the future of the environmental movement that was ignited by Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus' recent paper. The room at the World Affairs Council was packed with a couple hundred people, primarily activists, organizers, and funders whose question was, "Now what?" In contrast to the eruption at the …
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Vivian Chang is executive director of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network, an environmental-justice organization that builds grassroots leadership in immigrant Asian communities and works in multi-racial and multi-issue alliances to build progressive power for equity, sustainability, and justice.