Guiding Principles for Microenterprise and the Environment
The Guiding Principles for Microenterprise and Environment were developed by participants attending The Microenterprise and the Environment Conference held at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, during 2004.
The conference brought together leaders in the field of microenterprise and the environment. Participants came from India, Nepal, South Africa, Kenya, Guatemala, Indonesia, El Salvador, Canada, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Bolivia, Nicaragua, as well as the United States. On the second page of the document is a list of ‘signatories’.
If you or your organization is supportive of the Guiding Principles for Microenterprise and the Environment, please contact Green Microfinance (email@example.com). Green Microfinance (GMf) is made up of environmental and microfinance practitioners and exists because of the ecological impacts and opportunity to improve the environmental performance of microenterprises globally. GMf focuses on this area because microenterprise and the informal sector constitute the vast majority of businesses in developing regions.