jeudi 26 novembre 2009

Fwd: PTV to Copenhagen


We have been invited by Peter in Copenhagen and Climate TV to partake in The Copenhagen Climate Summit forum called Klimarforum 09.

We are just working on our schedule and how to get there at the moment.

We will working from a broadcast studio every day throughout the conference doing key interviews with key players. We have
screens too and will pushing our content out paritcularly the work of Worldshift 2012 and the WSA.

If there is anyone you would like us to interview or put our way do please let us know.

We are working closely with Polly Higgins and Trees have rights too and co-producing reports with ClimateTV.

We are planning our editorial slant on the conference with Polly and The Ecologist team on Monday and will feed back
to you all next week for you feed back.

Here info on the forum:

Klimaforum09 - the people's climate summit

Klimaforum09 is your climate summit, the global civil society counterpart of the official UN conference in the Bella Center.

With ten thousand daily visitors, participants from over 100 countries and a comprehensive programme of events, Klimaforum09 will be the biggest climate event in Copenhagen besides the official UN conference.

The programme features international guest speakers, over 150 open debates, 60 exhibitions, music, film and art.

Klimaforum09 is not an NGO (non-governmental organisation) we have no special causes, interests or agendas.

We are here to represent ordinary concerned citizens from all around the world.

We DON'T represent vested interests such as bureaucratics, politicans, business or civil servants.

We DO represent scientists, grassroots activists, academics, writers, artists and people from all walks of life.

The idea behind Klimaforum09 is to create an open space, where people, movements and organisations can develop constructive solutions to the climate crisis.

Thousands of participants from all continents are expected to take part in Klimaforum09. Special efforts are being made to invite people from regions in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Oceania who will suffer most from climate change.

Klimaforum09 takes place in DGI-byen, a huge conference complex in the centre of Copenhagen just 50 metres from the central station.

Klimaforum09 opens 7 December and ends 18 December

Klimaforum09 is organized by a broad coalition of Danish and international environmental movements and civil society organizations.

Klimaforum09 is free and open to all.

Dana Amma Day

Dana Amma Day is CEO of Positive TV.

Positive TV reports on what's breaking through rather than what's breaking down. From a local and global perspective there is a huge amount happening in the world to excite and inspire viewers however much of this news never gets reported. Positive TV looks to reach across generations and energise us with positivity at a time when we may feel overwhelmed by the negative prognosis for the future of humanity and the planet. Positive TV reports on people and events from around the globe that are helping to create and shape a Positive future at this critical time where we believe we are on the verge of a new renaissance.

Dana is Creative Member of The Club of Budapest and one of the co-initiators of Worldshifit 2012

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