Tamra Gilbertson
Team member of Carbon Trade Watch

Tamra Gilbertson is one of the founders of Carbon Trade Watch, was the Coordinator of the Environmental Justice Project of the Transnational Institute (TNI), and has been active in the project since 2001. She was a founding member of the Durban Group for Climate Justice. She has degrees in biology and zoology as well as training in photography, film-making and journalism. She has been published in the New Internationalist, Ecología Política, Soundings and Chain Reaction. She received a Teamsters Union Scholarship from 1995 to 1998 and the Samuel Rubin Young Fellowship Award in 2004. She lives in Barcelona.

Areas of expertise:
All aspects of environmental justice, carbon trading, community resistance, REDD, the CDM, women and climate change, multimedia, land grabs, forests, monoculture, and field research.
Languages spoken:
English, Castellano, basic Portuguese and Català
Selected publications:
No REDD, a reader; co-author and editor
Carbon Trading: how it works and why it fails; co-author
Paving the way for Agrofuels; co-author
The Carbon Connection; co-director
Hoodwinked in the Hothouse; co-author
Where the Trees are a Desert; co-author and editor
Agrofuels; co-author and editor
Recent content by Tamra Gilbertson: