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Climate Change Studio - 30 November | Durban Climate Change Conference - November 2011
 
Time 30 November
 11:50 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Ms. Sabine Minniger from TourismWatch

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 12:00 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Ethan Bowering from Global Voices (Griffith University)

After Kyoto: The Cartagena Dialogue and the future of the international climate change regime

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 12:10 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Amritha Thiyagaraja from University of New South Wales (Global Voices) 

How to safe a life: Efficiacy and equity in the funding of adaptation in developing countries under the UNFCCC

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 12:20 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Jayden Holmes from the University of Melbourne (Global Voices)

Capacity Building: Towards a more equitable outcome for Small Island Developing States of the Pacific in UNFCCC negotiations

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 12:30 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Michael Mazengarb from the Australian National University (Global Voices)

Energy related technology transfer under the UNFCCC

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 12:40 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Christopher Wright from the Macquarie University (Global Voices)

Localising REDD+: Indigenous peoples rights in the United Nations Program for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation

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 12:50 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Melia Condon from the University of Western Sydney (Global Voices)

The imperative impact of climate change on health

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 13:00 Interview with Mr. Cameron Ironside, Programme Director, International Hydropower Association

Hydropower supplies around 16% of the world's electricity and more than 80% of all renewable energy. With ample un-tapped hydropower potential globally, the resource plays a significant role in meeting increasing energy demands and in facilitating climate change adaptation through water storage and enabling large-scale integration of renewables into energy systems. Reflecting the recognition of this important role, the hydropower industry has worked with concerned stakeholders and partners over the past 3 years to develop the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol.
   
 13:10 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Michael Funch, Senior advisor at the Nordic Council of Ministers

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 13:20 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Federico Brocchieri, British Council Cliamte Champion, Italy

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13:30 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Heinz Kopetz, Board member of the World Bioenergy Association

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 13:40 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Heather Allen from the Transport Research Foundation

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 13:50 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Andrea Sieber (Germany) and Carolina Aguayo (Mexico), from Greenpeace

The Green Reporters (GR) are reporting from this UN climate conference COP17 and help to bring the young voice to the place of negotiation. They  are a young international team of eight GRs from five countries. It is supported by Greenpeace Youth, the Scouts (WOSM) and GCCA (Global Campaign for Climate Action).

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 14:00 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Niclas Hallstrom from What Next Forum 

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 14:00 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Ajay K. Jha, Director, PAIRVI Associates

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 14:20 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Engr. Sanusi Iram Abdullahi, Executive Secretary of the Lake Chad Basin Commission 

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 14:40 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Mr. Jerry Lengoasa, Deputy Secretary General of the World Meteorological Organization

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15:00  Climate Change Studio
Interview with Mr. James Kwok from Hidro+ Hydrodynamic Power Technology

Mr. Kwok unveiled a new original hydrodynamic power technology (HPT) for large scale utility base load clean energy generations.

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 15:20 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Saleemul Huq from the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

Mr. Sallem covered the progress and challenges of the National Adaptation Plans that all developing countries are carrying out; the financing around adaptation and how this needs to be carefully and effectively monitored; hope for a successful outcome in Durban being the establishment of a high level Adaptation Committee.

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 15:40 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Frank Msafiri, representative of the TerrAfrica civil society organizations

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 16:00 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Len Moult from 3M Europe N.V/S.A.

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 16:20 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Heather Hatcenbuhler from the Sierra Student Coalition

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 16:40 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Toby Davine from McGill University 

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 17:00 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Wenzel Katjara, Anna Festus, Izak Kruiper and Toppies Kruiper from the Indigenous people of Africa Coordinating Committee 

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 17:20

Climate Change Studio
Interview with Nick Watt from the International Medical Student's Association

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 17:40 Climate Change Studio
Interview with Yuko Furukawa from Tokyo University of Science 

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