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The 300-350 Show: Copenhagen solutions - the double duty

Phil England

7th July, 2009

The global deal on climate change has two main requirements. That it is guided by the latest science and that it is fair. Without fairness there will be no deal, as nearly 200 countries need to agree and most of these countries are poor

We take a look at Oxfam International's proposal for what might constitute fairness and what might break current deadlock in the talks, in an interview with Richard King of Oxfam International.

We also hear from Ricardo Navarro of Friends of the Earth El Salvador on how climate change is impacting his country and why climate change is an issue of justice.

For more information, visit the Climate Radio website.

 

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