As the climate meetings in Durban, South Africa, approach, it is a key moment to find a way forward with international cooperation to address climate change.
On Tuesday, November 22, WRI will host a press teleconference where leading experts will discuss the state of play, and key issues such as the future of the Kyoto Protocol, climate finance, and the role of the United States and other countries.
You can read WRI’s overview blog post on the Durban talks, here.
Press teleconference on UNFCCC climate negotiations in Durban (COP17)
Jennifer Morgan, Director, Climate & Energy Program
Jacob Werksman, Director, Institutions & Governance Program
Edward Cameron, Director, International Climate Initiative
Clifford Polycarp, Senior Associate, International Financial Flows & Environment Project
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
9:30 a.m. EST//14:30 GMT
Media should dial-in 10 minutes prior to the start time
U.S. Toll Free: 866-803-2143
International/U.S. Toll: ++1-210-795-1098
Access code: DURBAN
You can find WRI’s resources for Durban and follow developments, here
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