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Welcome to the IFG page                                                                                Updated May 22, 2006

The International Forum on Globalization held the first-ever Teach-In on the issue of globalization in New York (1995), followed by Washington, DC, (1996),  Berkeley (1997), Seattle (1999) and New York (2002).  TUC Radio distributes radio programs and conference tapes of these IFG events. I was present at all these Teach-Ins and many of the behind the scenes brainstorming sessions and dedicated the first eight years of TUC Radio production to globalization

These recording are still being used by writers and scholars. I am maintaining the full listings for future research.

Jerry Mander, Director and founder of the IFG, wrote into my copy of the
IFG publication: Alternatives to Economic Globalization

For my dear friend Maria -
You have been a number #1 supporter of all this and a great colleague and friend.
I really appreciate you and your work.
Thank you,

IFG Teach-In on
Technology & Globalization
Radio programs based on the conference held at
HUNTER COLLEGE, N.Y. February 2002

Below are the descriptions of an intelligent, compelling seven hour lecture series on biotechnology, the media, space weapons programs, computers and much more. You can order individual tapes for $12 each or the complete series.
To order the set of seven tapes click here:

$45 plus $4 shipping for the complete set of 7 tapes

Extinction in the Age of Progress: Stephanie Mills & Langdon Winner, Jeremy Rifkin
code: A 188  To order a copy click here: $8.00
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Mills says that technology and globalization have done for the planet what the asteroids did. We see the end of evolution of whole lineages of life. The rate of extinction is 50 times more than it would be if we did not have technology. We don't hear much about progress any more says Langdon Winner. Now they call it innovations, that's progress without the idea that the world is getting better. <www.rpi.edu/~winner>
Side B: The Biotech Century Might Spell the End of Nature: Jeremy Rifkin
Genetic engineering bypasses every single biological boundary in the animal and plant kingdom. The mass release of thousands of genetic materials may mean biological genetic pollution that is irreversible. This can mean the end of nature.

From Steamboats to the WTO: Kirkpatrick Sale & Helena Norberg-Hodge
code: A 189  To order a copy click here: $8.00
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The technologies of globalism, genetic engineering, and computer technologies, are bound to have earth-shattering effects, says Kirkpatrick Sale. We do not control them, we have shaped them and now they shape us. The introduction of steamboats into America led to the death of Indians and contributed to the conquest of nature. <www.schumachersociety.org>
Helena Norberg-Hodge says that looking at globalization as a systemic root cause that lies behind today's environmental and social crisis can empower people. We need to lobby for a moratorium of all trade agreements of any kind. <www.isec.org.uk>
Side B:  Power for the People? Tony Clarke & Walden Bello
What makes technology an engine of globalization? Hundreds of bilateral investment regimes and the regional organization of trade provide protection to the owners of technologies. Walden Bello tells the story of how the World Bank became the biggest promoter of the centralized power industry: big dams, big nukes, and big power plants. The cost to the environment was tremendous.  <www.focusweb.org>
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Food for Thought and Food for People: Lori Wallach & Anuradha Mittal
code: A 190  To order a copy click here: $8.00
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We have a world-wide system of corporate governance imposed over our state structures, says Lori Wallach. NAFTA is the ultimate agreement, worse than the WTO. The FTAA is an expansion of NAFTA ceding to corporations new rights and protections. Anuradha Mittal explains how the World Bank is now promoting GMO foods in the name of poverty-eradication. However, 72% of countries that report malnutrition are food-exporting countries. 80% of the food eaten in the First World comes from the Third.
Lori Wallach: Public Citizen <www.tradewatch.org> Anuradha Mittal: Food First <www.foodfirst.org>
Side B: Virtual Reality and Virtual Trade, TV and E-Commerce: Jerry Mander & Sarah Anderson
TV is the most efficient medium for globalization, says Jerry Mander. 99 1/2% of homes have a TV. 95% of the population watches TV every day. The average home keeps the TV running for more than 8 hours a day - even if nobody is watching. Sarah Anderson says that e-commerce, aggressively promoted by the US government, might make up 25% of international trade by the year 2003.
Jerry Mander: International Forum on Globalization <www.ifg.org>
Sarah Anderson: Institute for Policy Studies  <www.ips-dc.org>
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Manufactured News and Altered Thinking: John Stauber, Jane Healy, & Chett Bowers
code: A 191  To order a copy click here: $8.00
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Who produces the news that we read or hear? John Stauber says that on every important issue the PR industry is working behind the scenes. Jane Healy warns against believing the myth that the computer is just a tool. Used in school, it can change a child's brain and ability to think, communicate, and innovate. Bowers explains how the technology of the computer and its interaction with us profoundly and inherently alters how we think.
John Stauber: Center for Media and Democracy <www.prwatch.org>
Jane Healy: Author, Endangered Minds/Chet Bowers: Author, Let Them Eat Data
Side B: Military & Space Technology, War from Space: Andrew Kimbrell & Karl Grossman
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Kimbrell quotes Thomas Friedman in The New York Times: “For globalism to work, America can't be afraid to act like the almighty super power it is. The hidden hand of the market will never work without the hidden fist. McDonalds cannot flourish without McDonnell Douglas. Karl Grossman quotes from the document Vision for 20/20, the US military's plan to dominate and control the earth with weapons from space. Star Wars is back: it is not a defensive system.
Andrew Kimbrell: International Center for Technology Assessment <www.icta.org>
Karl Grossman: State University of New York
Nuclear Weapons in Space and Space Junk: Jackie Cabasso & Bruce Gagnon
 code: A192 To order a copy click here: $8.00
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Jackie Cabasso lists a new generation of nuclear weapons which are intertwined with space technologies. The US is currently designing and building new nuclear weapons. Bruce Gagnon describes how 110,000 pieces of space junk are orbiting the earth at 18,000 miles per hour. Every single launch punches a hole into the atmosphere. Space must be protected like any other wilderness.
Jacqueline Cabasso: Western States Legal Foundation <http://www.wslfweb.org/>
and: Abolition 200 <http://www.abolition2000.org>
Bruce Gagnon: Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space <www.globenet.free-online.co.uk>
Side B: Will the Alteration of Life on Earth by Biotechnology be Irreversible?
Chris Desser & Mae-Wan Ho
Chris Desser says that new technologies are re-directing evolution, raising the most fundamental of human questions: What does it mean to be a human being? Media technologies are reducing humans to money-spending units while contributing to the destruction of the last wild places. The geneticist Mae-Wan Ho reports on a deadly virus created by engineers in Australia that killed all the mice it came in contact with. That virus is related to a human virus and its escape from the lab could have been deadly.
Christina Desser: Biotech Funders Working Group/ Mae-Wan Ho: Institute for Science in Society (U.K.)
From Biotech to Nanotechnology, from Rats to Atoms:
Arpad Pusztai & Pat Roy Mooney
code: A193 To order a copy click here: $8.00
Arpad Pusztai lost his job when he reported on health effect of rats fed with genetically modified potatoes. GMO food should be tested in the lab, he says, not on people. This is an irreversible technology with health and environmental risks. It may lead to a sterile world. Pat Roy Mooney wants us to pay attention to the emerging nano-technology. It is now possible to mix and match atoms and to move them from one place to another, to manufacture new forms and elements, including food. This research is heavily funded by the US government and the military.
Arpad Pusztai: Former Chief Scientist, Rowett Research Institute (Scotland) <www.freenetpages.co.uk/hp/a.pusztai/> <www.purefood.org/ge/eubange.cfm>
Pat Roy Mooney: Rural Advancement Foundation International (Canada)
Side B: Vision of a New Future: John Canvanagh & Frances Moore Lappe
From the festive closing session of the Technology and globalization Teach-In a long list of possible solutions. John Cavanagh is director of the Institute for Policy Studies, Frances Moore Lappe just wrote, with her daughter Anna, the new edition of Diet for a Small Planet.
John Cavanagh: <www.ips-dc.org> and <www.foreignpolicy-infocus.org>
Frances  Moore Lappe: <www.small-planet.org> or <www.dietforasmallplanet.com>
  The Vision of a New Future: Victoria Tauli Corpuz & Fritjof Capra
code: A194 To order a copy click here: $8.00
Victoria Tauli Corpuz represents the indigenous perspective: collective sharing, gift giving, respect for ancestors, rituals and stories that affirm our surrender to the magic and mystery of life. Fritjof Capra asks us to consider natural capitalism: hydrogen cars, solar panels, and ultra light new materials.
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz: Indigenous Peoples’ Network (Philippines)
Fritjof Capra: Author, The Web of Life <www.ecoliteracy.org>
Side B: Paul Hawken and Satish Kumar
What should be done in the next 40 years? Paul Hawken says that we can and need to reduce our impact on the earth by 90% and create jobs in the process. We also do not have to invent anything new, everything that is necessary is already available, it just needs to be applied. Satish Kumar, the former Jain monk and follower of Gandhi, speaks of his childhood and his mother to inspire us to embrace the simple life and reduce our desire for technologies.
Paul Hawken: Natural Capital Institute (415) 332-6990
Satish Kumar <www.resurgence.org>

David Brower in conversation with Arne Naess
The Arch Druid meets the Loch Ness Monster
On a windy evening in the summer of 1988 two of the great environmentalists of our time had their first and only meeting on the Marin Headlands. Their paths should have crossed many times; both mountain climbers, they trekked in the Himalayan mountains, both are almost cult figures with their followers. When they finally met they
discovered that they were the same age, 86. This is the only recording, and the first broadcast, of that meeting.
code: A174   To order a copy click here: $8.00
CLICK HERE to download a broadcast quality version of this program (29 minutes)

IFG Teach-In on
Globalization & the Role of the United Nations
N.Y. 9/5/2000

Vandana Shiva and Phyllis Bennis: The WTO Guts Human Rights
code: A171   To order a copy click here: $8.00
In her report on the incursions of the WTO into the South, Vandana Shiva describes a lake in India that has just been
assigned to the Coca Cola company. Now the local women are no longer allowed to collect drinking water. Phyllis Bennis, from the Institute for Policy Studies, reminds us that the US has refused to pay it's dues to the UN since 1985 while claiming all voting powers and using the UN as an instrument of war against the Iraqi people.
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Side B: David Korten and Miloon Kothari: Where Do We Go From Here?
After the publication of his book, The Post Corporate World, David Korten became a sought after lecturer. He says that the UN was supposed to have supervision of the IMF and World Bank, that it was the US that undermined that supervision and lays out plans how to rebuild the UN. Miloon Kothari is the co-ordinator of the New Delhi based International NGO Committee on Human Rights in Trade and Investment. He gives a vivid description of the opposition within the UN to the WTO and the violations of human rights that globalization brings about.
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Jocelyn Dow and Elizabeth May: Who Navigates Spaceship Earth
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Jocelyn Dow from Guyana was co-founder of WEDO with Bella Abzug and now heads that organization. In a passionate and personal talk she calls for a global compact with the poor, with women and with nature. Elizabeth May, who helped negotiate the Montreal Protocol, argues convincingly that the global financial casino economy is destroying the planet and calls for us to shut down the gambling tables.
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Side B: Harry Belafonte
As guest of honor at the International Forum on Globalization Teach-In on the UN, the world famous singer and activist gave an impromptu and very modest account of his life. Born in Harlem and raised in Jamaica, Belafonte worked for peace, justice and racial equality. He finally joined UNICEF as goodwill ambassador in the hope that the UN would be the instrument of peace when all other institutions had failed. Now, towards the end of his life, he fears that the UN might fail as well.
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Martin Khor: How to Stop the Global Financial Casino
code: A169   To order a copy click here: $8.00
Martin Khor's organization, the Third World Network, in Malaysia, coined the term: Robin the Hood Economy that takes from the poor to give to the rich. One instrument of that transfer of wealth are the deregulated global financial
markets. Also: how currency speculation destabilizes Third World economies.
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This is a link to the Third World Network; <www.twnside.org.sg>
Side B: Richard Grossman/Danny Kennedy: Unchecked Power of Global Corporations
 When the Supreme Court recently declared unconstitutional a Massachusetts law restricting trade with Burma, they affirmed that democracy no longer exists in the US, says Richard Grossman. A public, constitutionalized entity, such as a state, may no longer make decisions about how to spend public funds. Danny Kennedy's organization, Project Underground, monitors multinational oil and mining corporations. In Nigeria, Shell and Chevron wage a militarized war against the population.
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Maude Barlow: Post-Seattle Criminalization of Civil Society
code: A168   To order a copy click here: $8.00
Side A: The demonstrations in Seattle shook up the corporate world and corporations are fighting back. Maude Barlow, who heads the Council of Canadians, lists the organizations from Delta Force, the Rand Institute to the movie industry, that are making a concerted effort to criminalize civic society. Also an update on the world water crisis, Barlow's area of expertise.
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Side B: Kenny Bruno & Victoria Tauli-Corpuz: Corporate Underwriting of UN Programs
While the United Nations is entering corporate sponsorship agreements with known human rights violators such as Shell,
Rio Tinto, Disney and Nike and allows them to display the UN logo, the Third World is fighting those same companies.
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This is an interesting link on corporate underwriting of the UN: <www.corpwatch.org>

MAI Update
Business magazine calls it the most explosive trade deal you never heard of. The Multilateral Agreement on Investment is an expansion of the powers of the World Trade Organization. The MAI is designed to ease the movement of capital - both money and production facilities - across international borders by limiting the power of governments to restrict and regulate foreign investment. 50 minutes
code: A128 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00

MAI: The Multilateral Agreement on Investment
The MAI will make colonialism look like a picnic, says Martin Khor of the Third World Network in Malaysia. He and other speakers from the IFG describe how the less-powerful members of GATT will lose control of their national economies to global financial institutions. The Multilateral Agreement on Investment will allow multinationals to invest in any way and in every country of the world, regardless of the wishes of the host country.
code: A 113 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00

MAI: Update on the Eve of Planned Ratification
The Multilateral Agreement on Investment may be the most important issue of globalization. This report features Lori Wallach of Public Citizen and Dan Seligman from the Sierra Club. They go through the MAI provisions - point by point - in an informative and entertaining town hall meeting in San Francisco. (February 1998)
code: A 114 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00


The Day the WTO stood still
An 8 1/2 hour series on the most important aspects of the WTO

Maude Barlow: The WTO and Water
Maude Barlow makes a moving appeal to protect the world's dwindling supply of fresh water. She is a major public figure in Canada, and is often called Canada's Ralph Nader. Susan George is one of the best known and respected writers on Third World debt. She is the director of the Transnational Institute.
code: A 153 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00
Maude Barlow:
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Susan George:
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Jerry Mander: WTO Expose
Martin Khor: WTO Future Plans
Mander is the Director of the International Forum on Globalization and the author of the well known book "In the Absence of the Sacred". Khor is a trained economist and President of the Third World Network in Malaysia. He is the analytical mind, the voice of the South and in many ways the master spy. He rang the alarm on the Multilateral Agreement on Investment long before anybody else even knew what it was.
code: A 154 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00

John Cavanagh: WTO - Where to go from here, and
Vandana Shiva: Five Years of Indian Resistance to the WTO
Cavanagh is President of the Institute for Policy Studies, and author of several books on globalization, among them Global Dreams, Imperial corporations and the New World Order, and Plundering Paradise. Shiva is a physicist, feminist and one of the most eloquent activists against biotechnology and the theft of the so-called green gold, the biological heritage of the Third World. She heads the Research Foundation for Science Technology and Ecology in New Delhi.
code: A 155 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00

Lori Wallach: The 5-year record of the WTO
In only five years - since it's inception on January 1, 1995, the WTO has had a major impact on areas as varied as health and the cost of drugs, food safety and production, the environment, jobs and wages. Lori Wallach from Ralph Nader's organization Public Citizen is a trade lawyer and activist. This is a fact filled assessment of the 5-year record of the WTO. (Bonus on Side B: Tim Lang and Jose Bove on food and agriculture.)
code: A 156 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00
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Food & Agriculture:
Tim Lang, UK; Jose Bove, France; Tete Hormeku, Ghana; Anuradha Mittal, India; etc.
The US is now the biggest producer of genetically altered crops and people in the US - unbeknownst to them - have become the world's biggest consumers of genetically modified foods. In contrast, European farmers and consumers have resisted such foods. Tim Lang and Jose Bove explain. On Side B: Many Third World countries lost their food self sufficiency. Tete Hormeku talks about the WTO's policy of hunger.
code: A157 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00
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The WTO & Biotechnology:
Peter Rosset, Pat Mooney, Dr. David Suzuki & Dr. Mae-Wan Ho
The WTO has had an active role in promoting bioengineered seeds and foods. Pat Mooney explains why corporations may give up on terminator technology, they are developing an even worse plan: traitor technology. The geneticist Mae-Wan Ho speaks on behalf of more than 140 scientists from 27 countries who are calling for a moratorium on biotechnology.
code: A 158 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00
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The WTO and the Environment:
Patti Goldman, US and Stephen Shrybman, Canada
Victoria Tauli Corpuz, Philippines and Thomas Kocherry, India
The WTO induced acceleration of trade has led to an alarming depletion of land, water, and forests. Patti Goldman and Stephen Shrybman are environmental lawyers. They have carefully examined the 900 pages of WTO rules and show how in each dispute the environment has lost.
Victoria Tauli Corpuz is an indigenous activist from the Cordillera region in the Philippines. She travels widely and gives a global report on the environmental damage in the South. Thomas Kocherry is a lawyer, roman catholic priest, and labor leader. He speaks with deep concern about the depletion of the fisheries.
code:  A159 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00
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The WTO and the Re-Colonization of the South:
Vandana Shiva, India and Dr. Tewolde, Ethiopia
Victoria Tauli Corpuz and Walden Bello, both from the Philippines
Manufacturing, agriculture and textile production from the industrialized countries has been moving to the Third World. WTO rules make that transfer very easy. However this shift is not bringing wealth to the South. All four speakers make an eloquent argument that large foreign corporations now dominate the South while people lose their land, livelihood, and control over their public life.
code: A 160 To order a cassette copy click here: $8.00

Friends of TUC Radio have transcribed the 8 1/2 hour series on the WTO.
The 80 page printed booklet: The Day the WTO Stood Still
is available from us for $18 To order a PRINTED TRANSCRIPT click here: $18.00

Berkeley, April 11 - 13, 1997 

The order form below is for the 1997 IFG Teach-In in Berkeley, Calif. Presenters came from 19 different countries and included such well-known speakers as Vandana Shiva (India), Helena Norberg-Hodge (Sweden), Wolfgang Sachs (Germany) Martin Khor (Malaysia) and Lori Wallach (US) All major environmental organizations in the US and abroad were represented.
Please use the form below to order.  Pay $12 for the first tape and $8 for each additional tape. 


(2 tapes)
The Hidden Consequences of Globalization Vandana Shiva, John Cavanagh, Maude Barlow, Helena Norberg-Hodge, Martin Khor, Carl Pope, David Korten, Jerry Mander
PAN-2 Reports from the Planet Sara Larrain, Walden Bello, Jean-Pierre Page, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Danny Kennedy, Colin Hines 
PAN-3 The Emergence of Global Corporate Rule Lori Wallach, Mark Ritchie, Anuradha Mittal, Randy Hayes, Pamela Chiang, Richard Grossman, Tony Clarke, Catherine Caufield
W-1 Biocolonization and the Patenting of Life Andy Kimbrell, Vandana Shiva, Nilo Cayuqueo, Beth Burrows
W-2  Labor Resistance in a Global Economy  John Cavanagh, Jean-Pierre Page, Katy Quan 
W-3 Cultures of Resistance  Chellis Glendinning, Carl Anthony, Arnoldo Garcia
W-4  Toxic Links: The Global Reach of Local Issues Dr. Gina Solomon, Ann Leonard, Elise Miller, Ann Schonfield
W-5 Counter-Development and New Economic Paradigms Helena Norberg-Hodge, Richard Norgaard, Wolfgang Sachs, Martin Khor, David Korten
W-6 Delinking: Creating Community Currencies Miyoko Sakashita, Maria Gilardin, Selwyn Whitehead, Carol Brouillet, Andrew Michael
W-7 Organizing Against NAFTA & APEC Lori Wallach, Sara Larrain, Walden Bello, Danny Kennedy, Maude Barlow 
W-8  Women and Globalization I: Social Justice Miriam Ching Louie 
W-9  On The Nature of Corporations Richard Grossman
W-10 Women and Globalization II: Women's Values vs. Corporate Globalization Helena Norberg-Hodge, Vandana Shiva, Joanna Macy, Susan Griffin
W-11  Corporate Campaigning in a Global Economy Tony Clarke, Sara Larrain, John Cavanagh, Medea Benjamin, Jean-Pierre Page, Josh Karliner 
W-12 The Environmental Justice Response to Globalization Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice
W-13 Globalization and Climate Change Richard Norgaard, Anoosh Mizany, Randy Ghent
W-14 The Global Financial Casino: Understanding & Leveraging Capital Markets Kevin Danaher, David Korten, Colin Hines 
W-15 Native Peoples & Globalization Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Nilo Cayuqueo, Lehua Lopez
W-16 What YOU Can Do to Counter Globalization Lori Wallach, Mike Dolan, Soyun Park, Anuradha Mittal
W-17 Immigration and Globalization Cathi Tactaquin, Arnoldo Garcia, Saskia Sassen, Brigette Davila, Brad Erickson
W-18 Cities in a De-Globalized Economy  Richard Register, Carl Anthony, Francesca Vietor, Paul Downton, Joan Boaker, Joanne Fox-Przeworski
PAN-4 A/B (2 tapes) Technology: Engines of Globalization Jerry Mander, Andrew Kimbrell, Fritjof Capra, Charlene Spretnak, David Morris, Stephanie Mills, Wolfgang Sachs, Vandana Shiva
PAN-5 A/B (2 tapes) Reports from the Bioregion: Global Forces/Local Impacts Jerry Brown, Kevin Danaher, Ryan Henson, Monica Moore, Cathi Tactaquin, Lora Jo Foo, Carl Anthony, JoLani Hironaka, Peter Berg
W-19 Food Security, Safety, & Access: Local Resistance to a Global Crisis Vandana Shiva, Mark Ritchie, Anuradha Mittal, Shayam Shabaka, Monica Moore, Carrie Core 
W-20 Technology, Ecology, and Democracy  Andy Kimbrell, Dick Sclove, Chet Bowers, Jerry Mander, Langdon Winner
W-21 Ending Sweatshops at Home and Abroad  Lora Jo Foo, Medea Benjamin, JoLani Hironaka
W-22 Policy Steps to Economic Localization David Morris, Helena Norberg-Hodge, Colin Hines
W-23 Ecological Values and Practice in an Age of Globalization Harold Glasser, Bill Devall, Chris Desser, Peter Berg, Miyoko Sakashita, George Sessions
W-24 Challenging the Nuclear Industry Claire Greensfelder, Phil Klasky, Mayumi Oda, Danny Kennedy
W-25 Creating the Corporate Utopia: 
The WTO and the MIA
Martin Khor, Lori Wallach 
W-26 International Citizens' Agendas David Korten, Maude Barlow, Sara Larrain, Bob Benson
W-27  Delinking From the Global Supermarket Mark Ritchie, Dave Blume, Kirk Lumpkin, Chris Sittig, Erica Peng
W-29 Structural Adjustment of the North: Lessons from the Third World  Walden Bello, Maude Barlow, Anuradha Mittal, 50 Years Is Enough Network
W-30 Globalization and the Ghetto Lockdown Frank Quintero, Dewayne Holmes, Christian Parenti 
W-31 Protecting Biodiversity in a Global Economy Ryan Henson, Anne Hawkins, Randy Hayes, Chris Desser, Tracy Katelman
W-32 Globalization, Technology and the State Peter Lumsdaine, Andy Kimbrell
W-33  An Airing of Views on China Michael Dolan, Martin Khor, Juliette Majot 
W-34 Local Struggles Against Global Corporate Rule Tony Clarke, Danny Kennedy, Don Brown, Pamela Wellner, Greg Karras