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Our Sponsors


Below is a list of organizations sponsoring WWViews. Since many of the organizations participating in the project are entirely dependent on external support for, these sponsorships are an essential part of WWViews' success.


See list of national partners.


See list of supportive partners.


The Swedish Ministry of the Environment

The Swedish Ministry of the Environment is providing econimic support to the publishing og the WWViews Policy Report.


Read about the Ministry of the Environment here



Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is providing economic support to the WWViews event in low-income countries.


Read the Minister's letter of support here

Read about the Ministry of Foreign Affairs here




Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark is providing economic support to facilitate the involvement of civil socity orgnisations from around the globe in WWViews related activities in Denmark.



Read about the Ministry of Foreign Affairs here



Det Norske Veritas

Det Norske Veritas has made a donation to support the WWViews organisation.


Contact Managing Director of DNV Innovation and Research, Elisabeth Harstad


























Fondazione Alma Mater

FAM is contributing a venue, technology, sleeping facilities and staff to the national activities of WWViews Italy.

Read about Fondazione Alma Mater here






Spinner 2013 is contributing funds to the activities of WWViews Italy.


Spinner 2013 is a program promoting innovation and research in cooperation with universities, research centers and firms.

Read about SPINNER here




Fondazione del Monte 1473

The Fondazione del Monte 1473 is a bank foundation pursuing goals of social solidarity, protection of cultural and artistic heritage, promotion of scientific research and development of local communities within the provinces of Bologna and Ravenna (Italy).

The foundation is supporting WWViews Italy.


Read about Fondazione del Monte 1473 here











Central Lechera Asturiana


Central Lechera Asturiana is the exclusive private sponsor of the Spanish WWViews meeting.

To read more about Central Lechera Asturiana, click the link below.

CAPSA website











City of Copenhagen

The City of Copenhagen (Climate Capital Copenhagen) is sponsoring the Danish WWViews meeting.


Read here about Climate Capital Copenhagen.


















Universidad de Talca / Región del Maule

The University of Talca, and the Region of naule, Chile, are co-sponsoring the Chilean WWViews meeting.



Universidad de Talca
Casa Central 2 Norte 685 Talca, Chile
Tel: (56) 71 200 200


CONAMA -Región del Maule
2 Oriente 946 Talca, Chile
Tel: (56-71) 231191
Fax: (56-71) 229680





Other sponsors for WWViews Chile are:



See the Arauco website here



See the Nuevosur website here



See the La Prensa website here




Dean's Beans


Dean's Beans is co-sponsoring the making of a WWViews documentary. Dean's Beans uses business as a vehicle for progressive social, economic and environmental change throughout the coffee lands of Asia, Africa and the Americas.


Other documentary sponsors are:


Rick Worthington

The Loka Institute

The Menemsha Fund

Terry Mollner, Stakeholders Capital

John and Lorna Broucek

Marcie and Dick Sclove








Surfoffice is sponsoring WWViews by hosting a media share server for the WWViews alliance.


Contact: Jesper Munk







FTF, a Danish trade union confederation for 450,000 public and private employees, has helped the WWViews project with providing and hosting our Intranet solution, Ilias.


Read about FTF here






Which Country Are You?



Compare your views with those of the WWViews participants and find out which country you resemble the most.


WWViews, c/o Teknologirådet

The Danish Board of
Toldbodgade 12
1253 København K

Phone: +45 33320503






The Danish Board of Technology - winner of ’The Jim Creighton Award’ 2010 for: random selection, deliberative processes, innovation and creative approaches, international reach and courage in public participation.

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