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Climate Change Studio | COP 16 / CMP 6, 2 December 2010
 
Time 2 December

13:00

Climate Change Studio | COP 16 / CMP 6
Interview with Kirt Ejesaik, Vice-President, Inuit Circumpolar Council – Canada

The Inuit Circumpolar Council represents Inuit in the Arctic regions of Canada, Alaska, Greenland and Russia.
Inuit have issued a call on global leaders to “Sustain our Homeland – Take Immediate Action on Climate Change” in Cancun. They will be working with other Indigenous Peoples and as partners in the Many Strong Voices programme, which links the Arctic and Small Island Developing States.

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13:20

Climate Change Studio | COP 16 / CMP 6
Interview with Marion Verles, Executive Director Nexus

Nexus is a program of GERES that aims to alleviate poverty while reducing climate change.

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13:40

Climate Change Studio | COP 16 / CMP 6
Interview with Minh Cuong Le Quan, Chairman Nexus

Case study on suppressed demand scenario in Ladakh, Northern Himalaya state of India, more specifically, we want to show the CDM is not adapted for the poorest rural communities.

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15:00

Climate Change Studio | COP 16 / CMP 6
Interview with Lars Boggild, Canadian Youth Delegate

The world doesn’t only need green acting, but green thinking. This means having the foresight to develop intelligently and environmentally responsibly.  We need to focus our efforts on smart development and urban planning, where we can create sustainable behavior before unsustainable ones exist.

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15:20

Climate Change Studio | COP 16 / CMP 6
Interview with David Brand, Chief Forester, KKL-JNF, Israel

Israel afforestation a general Overview.
Soil conservation and afforestation-advanced methods for a dry environment.
Research and Development – Theory plus applied experience – a winning combination.
Ecosystem Services for the benefit of the local community.
Capacity building – Sharing our knowledge and technology.

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15:40

Climate Change Studio | COP 16 / CMP 6
Interview with Dr. Daniel Bebber, Head of Climate Change Research, Earthwatch Institute

Earthwatch engages people worldwide and scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment. The HSBC Climate Partnership is the largest programme of its kind, aiming of forest responses to climate change, and create a global network of HSBC employees to promote sustainability at home and at work.

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17:00

Climate Change Studio | COP 16 / CMP 6
Interview with Gillian Bowser, Research Scientist Colorado State University, and Bette Loiselle, Professor University of Florida

We are working to build an international collaboratorium – a collaborative working space to create research, mentor emerging women scholars, and build networks among research institutions. Our focus is to promote woman and girls into the sciences needed to address mitigation and technology issues associated with climate change. 

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