Dianne Dillon-Ridgley

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Dianne Dillon-Ridgley is a member of the Board of Directors for Environment 2004. Ridgley is "a noted international speaker on Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, Population, Gender and Justice issues. Ms. Dillon-Ridgley represents the World Y.W.C.A (World Young Women's Christian Association) at the United Nations headquarters in New York, is a former trustee of the Wallace Global Fund and in 1999 was appointed to the Oxford University Commission on Sustainable Consumption. [1]

"During the last ten years Ms. Dillon-Ridgley has served on numerous U.S. delegations at the UN. She was commissioned by the White House to serve as an advisor and member of the US Delegation to the UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. In 1994, President Bill Clinton appointed her to the President's Council on Sustainable Development where she also served as co-chair of the Council's International Task Force and co-chaired the Population and Consumption Task Force. [2]

"From 1994-1997 she was president of Zero Population Growth (ZPG), the nation's largest grassroots organization concerned with rapid population growth and the environment. Currently a trustee of the International Board for Auburn University's School of Human Sciences, she was adjunct lecturer at the University of Indiana School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Since 1991, she has been a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Aspen Law and Business' Fair Housing and Fair Lending Publications, now a Wolters Kluwer Company. She also serves on the boards of the River Network, Second Nature, Natural Step-US, and the Center for International Environmental Law." [3]

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  1. Global Urban Development Board, organizational web page, accessed May 1, 2014.
  2. Advisory Board, Center for a New American Dream, accessed December 28, 2007.