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Climate Change Studio | COP 16 / CMP 6, 10 December 2010
 
Time 10 December

10:00

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Interview with Prof. Ik Kyo Chung, Pusan National University, Korea, and Lee, Jin Ae, School of Environmental Science & Engineering, Inje University of Korea

Seaweeds/Kelp Forests as Blue Carbon are promising system as adaptation and mitigation measures against global warming. Solution: Seaweed sink; Red algae paper; Seaweed biofuel. The Korean project ‘GHG Emissions Reduction Using Seaweeds’ has been ongoing since 2006.

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10:40

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Interview with Sonia Favaretto, Sustainability officer and Guilherme Fagundes, Environmental Product Manager, BM&F BOVESPA, Brazilian Stock Exchange

This initiative takes into consideration international concerns about the huge global warming challenge that we are facing. It seeks to encourage the 50 most liquid listed companies in Brazil to adopt climate change practices, having been developed together with the Brazilian development Bank.

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11:20

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Interview with Brendan Coolsaet and Michaela Hogenboom, Member RIO+20’S

As COP 16 is about to end, we youth continue building towards a sustainable future.  In that regard we set up Rio-twenties, an organization aiming to strengthen meaningful youth participation and involve youth during and after RIO+20.

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11:40

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Interview with Sarah Jones, Conservation Researcher, Canadian Wildlife Federation

The Canadian Wildlife Federation is a national non-profit charitable organization dedicated to ensuring an appreciation of our natural world and a lasting legacy of healthy wildlife and habitat. By spreading knowledge of human impacts on the environment, developing and delivering educational programs, sponsoring research, promoting the sustainable use of natural resources, recommending policy changes and co-operating with like-minded partners, CWF encourages a future in which Canadians can live in harmony with nature.

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12:00

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Interview with Paúl Sánchez-Navarro, Director, Consejo Consultivo Nacional para el Desarrollo Sustentable 

What local impacts we are looking at along the Mexican Caribbean: what it means for ecosystems and biodiversity, and economy.  Municipal Level/ state level development plans – keeping old models alive.

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