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Press Teleconference: U.S. NGO Experts To Review 1st Week of Copenhagen Climate Talks, Preview Next (Recording Enclosed)
Press teleconference from December 11, 2009 which explored developments during the first week of COP15 and previewed the next week.
U.S. NGO Experts To Review 1st Week of Copenhagen Climate Talks, Preview Next
On Friday, December 11, reporters are invited to participate in a tele-press conference featuring a panel of US NGO experts at the UN climate change negotiations in Copenhagen. Speakers will examine developments at the talks during the first week and what is expected to happen over the next week, including visits by multiple members of Congress and President Obama.
- Keya Chatterjee, Director, Climate Program, World Wildlife Fund
- Alden Meyer, Director of Strategy and Policy, Union of Concerned Scientists
- Steve Herz, Policy Advisor, Greenpeace
- Ben Wessel, U.S. Youth Delegate, SustainUS
WHEN: December 11, 2009, 10:00 AM Eastern / 4:00 PM Copenhagen Time
WHERE: Call 866-939-3921 (US) or 678-302-3550 (International)
Please dial-in 10-15 minutes in advance.
Ask for the USCAN Press Briefing
RECORDING: Downloand Mp3 (46 minutes)
About U.S. Climate Action Network
U.S. Climate Action Network (USCAN) is the largest network of organizations focused on climate change in the U.S. USCAN's mission is to support and strengthen civil society organizations to influence the design and development of an effective, equitable and sustainable global strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and ensure its implementation at international, national and local levels. Learn more at usclimatenetwork.org