Choi Yul

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Choi-Yul
최열
崔冽
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President of
Korea Green Foundation
Personal details
Born (1949-01-19) 19 January 1949 (age 68)
Daegu, Republic of Korea
Website http://www.choiyul.com/

Yul Choi is a South Korean activist, environmentalist and organizer. He chaired the Korean Anti-Pollution Movement from 1988, and led the Korean Federation for Environmental Movement from 1993. He was awarded the Global 500 Roll of Honour in 1994 and the Goldman Environmental Prize in 1995.[1] He is currently a president of the Korea Green Foundation.

Current Position[edit]

  • President of the Korea Green Foundation
  • Co-President of Climate Change Center, Korea Green Foundation
  • Festival Director of the Green Film Festival in Seoul
  • Co-president of Forestry for Life

Experience[edit]

  • 2002 ~ 2005  : Co-president of Korean Federation for Environmental Movement
  • 2000  : Co-chairman of Citizens Alliance for 2000 General Election
  • 1998  : Co-president of Forestry for Life Campaign
  • 1996 ~ 1998  : Chairman of the Korean Eco-labeling Association
  • 1993 ~ 2002  : Established the Korean Federation for Environmental Movement, Secretary General
  • 1992  : Head of Korean Nongovernmental Delegates for Rio Earth Summit
  • 1988  : Co-Chairman of Korea Anti-pollution Movement Association
  • 1982 ~ 1987  :Chairman of Korean Anti-Pollution Organization

Honors and Activities[edit]

Publications[edit]

  • 2010  : Study Book of Climate Change
  • 2009  : My life with Environmental Actions for 33 years ISBN 9788984985889
  • 2007  : Boomerang Effect of Global Warming / Yul Choi’s Stories about Global Warming
  • 2002  : Global Environmental Story of Yul Choi 1,2
  • 1996  : Everything which is Living is Beautiful.
  • 1994(1,2) 1997(3)  : Our Environmental Story 1,2,3
  • 1988  : Multi-Pollution - A novel
  • 1986  : Pollution Map of Korea

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Asia 1995. Yul Choi. South Korea. Toxic & Nuclear Contamination". Goldman Environmental Prize. Retrieved 8 January 2011. 

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