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[creative-radio] "Youth Speak on Climate Change": Panos Radio South Asia | Latest Development Dilemmas Issue, 23 October 2009


Panos Radio South Asia | Latest Development Dilemmas Issue, 23 October 2009

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Youth Speak on Climate Change

We listen to four prominent Nepali youth vent out their views on climate change and the role their generation should play as the way forward for Nepal in view of the upcoming major climate change conference taking place in Copenhagen in December. Dawa Stephen Sherpa is a tourism entrepreneur and mountaineer who has scaled the world's tallest peak Everest twice and is now an ardent vocalist on the impact of climate change in the Himalayas; Gagan Thapa is a popular youth leader and the current Member of the Constituent Assembly; Nirvana Choudhary represents the younger generation of his widely successful family business that goes by the name Chaudhary Group in Nepal; and lastly, we listen to Shaliee Basnet who is a journalist turned mountaineer who was part of the First Inclusive Women Sagarmatha Expedition to scale Everest in Spring 2008.
Country: Nepal.
Upload Date: 23/10/2009

Duration: 22.14 Minutes

File Size: 40.7 MB

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