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Soundcloud interviews from COP21

Green MEP Bas Eickhout, veteran of many a COP, gives his rundown on the climate talks, and brands the idea the EU is leading the so-called “High Ambition Coalition” nonsense.

Policy experts in climate adaptation, loss and damage, development, agriculture, and corporate lobbying react to the latest draft deal in Paris.

Ian Duncan, lead MEP on the reform of the EU’s Emissions Trading System, gives his take on the progress of the negotiations so far.

Greenpeace international director Kumi Naidoo’s snap reaction to #COP21 announcement.

Brandon Wu, senior policy analyst at ActionAid give his verdict on the latest draft of the Paris agreement.

Brigadier General Dennis Murphy, who has worked for the EU, UN, and Irish Army is an expert on Syria, terrorism, and security. He warned the EU faces 40 years of migration and terror crises aggravated by climate change in the week of the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris.

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This entry was posted on December 11, 2015 by in Climate Change, Energy, Environment, Interviews, Journalism, Soundcloud, Summits and tagged , , , , , .

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