Climate Action Network International (CAN-I) is a global coalition of environmental and development organizations with over 500 member organizations. Every day at COP15, CAN-I conducts a press briefing to assess the state of the negotiations, in which NGO experts break down state of play and look forward at whats to come. This clip is mix of the briefing along with one-on-one interviews with the experts.
Todays press briefing covered the dramatic action of Tuvalu in the negotiation hall, potential loopholes for logging in northern countries, and a focus on the EU, spotlighting finance issues. Experts on todays panel included David Ngatae, Cook Islands Climate Action Network; Saleemul Huq, IIED; and Chris Henschel, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society; and Matthias Duwe, CAN Europe.