For those of you that use films in class, FYI; these are usually quite good at conveying developing country perspectives on climate issues.
Voices from the front line of climate change: a CDKN special film (4 minutes 13 sec)
Climate change is having a profound impact on developing countries that can least afford it. View a range of testimonials from Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific.
Hear Hameedullah Jan Afridi (Minister for Environment, Pakistan), Dr. Hasan Mahmud (Minister for Environment, Bangladesh), Claire Anterea (Pacific Calling Partnership), Mary Robinson (Mary Robinson Foundation), Negash Teklu (Population Health Environment Integration Ethiopia), Harjeet Singh (ActionAid Asia), and more.
Climate compatible development – towards solutions: A CDKN special film (4 minutes 54 sec)
Tackling climate change and tackling poverty and the great challenges of our time. Integrated solutions offer our best hope, but where to start? The Climate and Development Knowledge Network talks to experts and practitioners about how they are framing the solutions.
Speakers include Mark Bynoe (Caribbean Community), Atiq Rahman (Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies), Andrew Steer (World Bank) and Elvin Nyukuri (ACTS, Kenya).
- New film on Ocean Acidification
- New Video: Hope in a Changing Climate
- Blended Distance Learning Course on Science/Policy CC
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