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COP 23 Front-line Cities & Islands and Bonn Fiji Commitment

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 Frontline Cities Islands and Bonn Fiji Commitment

Master of Ceremony: Cathy Oke Councilor, Melbourne, Australia, ICLEI Global Executive Committee MemberLorna  Eden Ministry of Local Government, Urban Development, Housing and Environment Fiji Mauricio Rodas Mayor of Quito Ecuador Mayors and leaders of islands at the front-line of climate change, from the President of Palau to Mayor of Cozumel, ...

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German Federal Ministry for Economic Corporation and Development

MOTHER CHANNEL | German Federal Ministry for Economic Corporation and Development

Master of Ceremony: Cathy Oke Councilor, Melbourne, Australia, ICLEI Global Executive Committee Member Tania Roediger-Vorwerk Director General Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development Germany Tania Roediger-Vorwerk, the German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) introduces the  initiative “Green people´s energy for Africa”. In the next five years, the ...

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COP 23 INDIGENOUS PEOPLE & CLIMATE CHANGE

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 INDIGENOUS PEOPLE CLIMATE CHANGE

Moderator: Bianca Jagger Founder and President Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation Panellists: Sônia Guajajara National Coordinator Articulation of Indigenous Peoples of BrazilBenki Piyãko Spiritual and political leader Ashaninka community of the Amônia River, Brazil Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim Co-Chair International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change Reverend Fletcher Harper Executive Director ...

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EARTH’S FRONTLINE PART 2

EARTH'S FRONTLINE PART 2

At the time of this video 83% of puerto rico had zero electricity. St croix in the virgin islands had a disastrous environmental effects as well. The unpredictability of climate change has created so much damage over the recent years. In America there was $350 billion in losses and that ...

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EARTH’S FRONT LINE PART 1

MOTHER CHANNEL | EARTHS FRONT LINE PART 1

A welcome speech by Al gore wasn’t as warm as people wanted as he was delivering some devastating news. He discusses the question of “can we change” followed by “will we change”. Having a famous actor always helps to capture the attention. Amazing images from around the world show how ...

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THE SAME GOAL WORLDWIDE

MOTHER CHANNEL | THE SAME GOAL WORLDWIDE

In this video we hear about energy efficiency from Hafid Boutaleb who works for the energy efficiency magazine. Moving into the future it is essential to adopt the most energy efficient techniques for living and the energy efficiency magazine will provide case studies from the ground upwards. Moreover the TEC ...

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THE EXPERTS SPEAK

MOTHER CHANNEL | THE EXPERTS SPEAK

In this video we hear from experts in their fields. To begin with we hear from Teresa Schluter PhD who works for WBGU global advisory council of the German government of global change and she talks about reports on topics of sustainability and specifically within cities. You can investigate the ...

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SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT WATCH

MOTHER CHANNEL | SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT WATCH

This video sees Velma Oseko from sustainable environmental development watch (suswatchkenya.org) talk about how we can promote local climate solutions to end world poverty. Low emissions are a main component of what she cares about and she reinforces the fact that with climate change we create an unstable climate. With ...

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INFORSE – INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

MOTHER CHANNEL | INFORSE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

In this video we speak to INFORSE (International Network for Sustainable Energy). The International Network for Sustainable Energy is an international, non-profit organisation network of environmental organizations promoting sustainable energy to protect the environment and to decrease poverty. Shovana Moharjan and Mary Swai both from INFORSE talk about how Africa is ...

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