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Climate Change Studio - 28 November | Durban Climate Change Conference - November 2011
 
Time 28 November
 11:30 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Dr Piers Sellers from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Dr Piers Sellers came to the Climate Change Studio for a fascinating chat about climate modelling and their use of satellites. He explained how the data NASA are gathering will give the world a far clearer example of the challenges facing us in the years and decades ahead.

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 13:30 Climate Change Studio
Interview with His Holiness Shri Shri 1008 Soham Baba from the Soham Baba Mission

His Holiness Shri Shri 1008 Soham Baba has come to Durban to deliver his message of spirituality, living a simple life and having respect for humanity. He's got some interesting ideas and it's worth a listen!

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15:00

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Interview with Mr. Peter Holmgren - Director of the Climate, Energy and Tenure Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization

Agriculture is a key negotiation point at COP17 – with emissions from that sector a concern. The UN’s Peter Holmgren visited the Climate Change Studio discuss this contentious issue.

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15:20 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Joshua Weise Director of the adoptanegotiator project from the Global Campaign for Climate Change

Joshua Wiese joined us to talk about activism at COP17, the plans for TckTckTck and gave us the lowdown on what adoptanegotiator are getting up to in Durban.

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 15:40 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Mokgadi Seemola, Tshepang Mfulo and Boineeb Molokoane members of the Girls and Boys Education Movement of UNICEF

Three of UNICEF’s youth delegation joined us at the Climate Change Studio to give us their perspectives on the COP17 talks and why action needs to be taken now.

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 16:00 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Fatima Espinosa and Tiffany Joan Dick from the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts

The Climate Change Studio speaks to Fatima Espinosa and Tiffany Dick and asks them about their role at COP17, and how members around the world can combine to lower global carbon emissions.

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 16:20 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Ms. J. Coosje Hoogendoorn, General Director of the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR)

Director General of the International Bamboo and Rattan Federation tells us how sustainable Bamboo and Rattan can affect the environment.

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 17:20 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Mr. John O. Niles, Director of the Tropical Forest Group

How can we preserve the world's most effective carbon sinks? John O'Niles Director of the Tropical Forest Group visited the Climate Change Studio to talk about the important of rainforests at the COP17 talks, and the potential for REDD+ moving forward.

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