Climate Talks Briefing Update – Webcast from Cancún

11 December 2010

Evaluating the endgame roles played by key countries

Spotlighting the United States and Japan

[Cancún, Mexico] An on-demand U.N. webcast is now available streaming a media briefing hosted Friday, December 7, by CAN International to assess progress in the UNFCCC climate negotiations underway in Cancún, Mexico.
NGO experts on the panel include Alden Meyer of the Union of Concerned Scientists; Raman Mehta of CAN South Asia; and Masako Konishi, WWF Japan.

What: On-demand briefing by webcast on the Cancún climate talks
Webcast Address:
Original webcast date: 2:30 PM local (20:30 GMT), Friday, December 10, 2010

Who: NGO experts on UNFCCC negotiations

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