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[creative-radio] "Nothing will happen in Copenhagen": Panos Radio South Asia | Latest Development Dilemmas Issue, 4 August 2009


Panos Radio South Asia | Latest Development Dilemmas Issue, 4 August 2009

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"Nothing will happen in Copenhagen"

In this edition of Development Dilemmas, we will take you to Sri Lanka to focus on how the country is debating and dealing with the impact of climate change. The country emits every less amount of carbon emission like most of the countries which are suffering from the effects of climate change. For Sri Lanka, the important issue is on what coping and adaptation strategies are being developed. Suvendrini Kakuchi from Panos South Asia moderates this session with three guests: Minister of Environment and Natural Resources Patali Champika Ranawaka; Karen Fernando, senior researcher at the Center of Poverty Analysis; and, Suranjan Kudithuwakku who heads the Green Movement, a leading environmental NGO.
Country: Sri Lanka.
Upload Date: 4/08/2009

Duration: 29.18 Minutes

File Size: 26.8 MB

Development Dilemmas is a radio discussion, of around half-an-hour duration. It is an independent production of Panos Radio South Asia, an undertaking of Panos South Asia. We're committed to providing a forum for voices, views, and issues not often heard in the mainstream media. Non-profit media, development and other organizations can download Development Dilemmas free of cost for air or online use. Credit should be given to Panos Radio South Asia (PRSA), an undertaking of Panos South Asia. If you have suggestions for future programs please contact us at:
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