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Climate Change Studio - 3 December | Doha Climate Change Conference - November 2012
 
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Interview with Nina Netzer from the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung think tank

Nina Netzer explains why it is important to discuss the changes in lifestyle and the economy required to tackle the climate problem as widely as possible.

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Interview with Gustavo Fonseca, Head of Natural Resources from the Global Environment Facility

Gustavo A.B da Fonseca from the Global Environment Facility talks about the work his organisation does to mobilise public funding to enable developing countries to meet their obligations.

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Interview with Peter Höppe Head of Geo Risks Research from Munich Reinsurance Company. Munich Climate Insurance Initiatives

Peter Hoeppe from Munich Re explains how the Green Climate Fund could help the insurance industry to lift climate impacted communities out of poverty.

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Interview with Eicke Weber Director of the Frauenhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems


Eicke R. Weber explains how availability of sun, sand and cash makes the Middle East a fertile breeding ground for the solar industry.

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Interview with Nic Balthazar from Sing for the Climate

Nic Balthazar explains how using a more positive and engaging message to promote climate action is essential.

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Interview with Andrew Mitchell, Executive Director of the Global Canopy Programme

Andrew Mitchell talks about the need to green our supply chains and the work taking place within the REDD+ negotiations.

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Interview with Jason Blackstock, visiting fellow at the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society of the University of Oxford

Jason Blackstock talks about the importance of addressing short-lived climate pollutants.

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Interview with Brad Page, CEO of the Global CCS Institute

Brad Page talks about the growing number of Carbon Capture and Storage plants being seen around the word. He says there are currently eight large scale operations around the world, storing 23 million tonnes of CO2 every year.

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Interview with Michele Acuto, Research fellow at the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society of the University of Oxford

Michele Acuto talks about the work that is already taking place within cities on climate change.

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Interview with Riccardo Valentini, Professor at the University of Tuscia. Italy

Riccardo Valentini discusses a paper in the journal Nature Climate Change that suggests it is increasingly unlikely that global warming will be kept below an increase of 2C (3.6F) above pre-industrial levels.

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Interview with Heinz Kopetz President of the World Bioenergy Association

Heinz Kopetz talks about the process of generating bioenergy. He says this includes solid biomass, liquid biomass and also biogas from processes like anaerobic digestion. 

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Interview with Sam Johnston from the United Nations University

Sam Johnston discusses the potential to expand an Australian pilot project reintroducing traditional fire management practices in savannah areas where fire regimes have been suppressed in the past 50 years, for positive biodiversity, mitigation, adaptation, social and health outcomes.

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Interview with Hon. Mark Dreyfus QC MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency. Australia

Mark Dreyfus talks about the work taking place within Australia on climate change.

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Interview with Peter Yu, Chair of the North Australian Indigenous Land and See Management Alliance. Australia

Peter Yu says there is currently a missed opportunity in appreciating the skills and traditional knowledge systems of indigenous people globally.

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Interview with Jijoho Ogun from the Lagos Waste Management Authority. Responding to Climate Change

Jijoho-Ogun talks about the problem of waste in the city and also the solutions they are finding.

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Interview with Wendy Watson-Wright Executive Secretary of the Intergovernamental Oceanographic Commission. UNESCO

Wendy Watson-Wright talks about the importance of the oceans to the planet.

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Interview with Emilie Johann Policy and Advocacy officer of the Cooperation Internale pour le développement et la solidarité (CIDSE)

Emilie Johann talks about climate finance and the need to raise $100 billion per year by 2020

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