Knowledge Sharing for Climate Change Adaption

Africa Adapt at COP15

Africa Adapt at COP15

Associated Organization: AfricaAdapt

Daily updates from COP15 in Copenhagen.

Themes: International climate negotiations

Regions: Central Africa, East Africa, North Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa

Countries: Ghana, Kenya, Senegal

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Overview:

AfricaAdapt will be active at this year’s UN Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen. To keep you up to date with what’s happening, we will be reporting on negotiations and side events relevant to Africa.

Latest links and updates:

Voices from COP15: John Ngangena (Kenyan delegation)17 December 2009: Video interview

Voix de la COP15 : Abdellatif Khattabi (délégation du Maroc)16 December 2009 Video interview 

Voices from COP15: Kenneth Amoateng (Ghana National Youth Coalition on Climate Change)15 December 2009 Video interview

Voices from COP15: Henry Lutaaya (Sunrise News, Uganda)14 December 2009 Video interview

Voix de la COP15 : Mamouda Moussa Na Abou (ENDA-TM, Sénégal)13 December 2009 Video interview

Voices from COP15: Euster Kibona, Director of Environmental Protection and Management Services - Tanzania11 December 2009 Video interview

Voices from COP15: H.E. Hon. Awudu Mbaya Cyrpian - Executive President of the Pan-African Parliamentarians' Network on Climate Change10 December 2009 Video interview

Voices from COP15: Dominic Walunbengo - Director - Forest Action Network Kenya09 December 2009 Video interviewVoices from COP15: Clement Kalonga - Delegate for Malawi08 December 2009 Video interview 

 

Daily reports from COP15: We will provide daily updates from the conference including brief summary reports, interviews and viewpoints which you can follow on our Twitter page, our YouTube channel, or here on the AfricaAdapt website. AfricaAdapt supporting African community radio journalists: We are working in partnership with the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) to bring community radio journalists from Burkina Faso, Mali and Kenya to cover these important negotiations. Full details of this partnership and how you can follow the broadcasts are available in French or English.We will also post links to the latest broadcasts on this page.

AMARC interviews Kenyan Prime Minister Raila OdingaThe Kenyan PM speaks of his optimism for a positive outcome from negotiations.  11 December 08 Radio interview (mp3 format)

AfricaAdapt partner organisations' Side Events: ENDA-TM and IDS hosted Side Events at Copenhagen on December 11th. ENDA-TM’s event is "Building sustainable community partnerships for adaptation in Africa" and IDS’ is "From knowledge to action: Knowledge sharing to support implementation of the Nairobi Work Programme". See the daily program at the Conference Center for more information. We will also be attending various sessions and side events.