From: Suman Basnet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [Asiapacific-general] AMARC coverage of COP15: The voices of the
To: AMARC_AP_General_List <email@example.com>
Subject: [Amarc-info] - AMARC coverage of COP15: The voices of the
Received: Thursday, 3 December, 2009, 2:01 PM
Participate in AMARC coverage of COP15: The voices of the communities!
A delegation of journalists from the network of the World Association of
Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) will cover the United Nations
International Conference on Climate Change, in Copenhagen, December 7-18.
For further information please visit:
You will be able to download radio programs starting the 7th of December.
Besides the tree hours day broadcast in several languages you will also find
in the AMARC COP15 website, interviews, reports, other recordings, documents
and resources that will help you produce programs on what happens in
Copenhagen. You may use all the recordings and resources available on the
website to produce your own program locally. Let us know if you use the
programs and send us your comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would also like to highlight the voices of the communities, their
experiences on the local consequences of climate change. We would like to
use the website to share radio programs already produced locally, on the
impacts of the planet warming, pollution and environment. Send us your
interviews, reports and special programs on the subject. Share your
experiences, no matter the program duration or language. Send the programs
in mp3 via send it global (https://www.senditglobal.com/) If you have any
question or comments, don't hesitate to contact us.
AMARC Secretariat international
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