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Climate Change in the Pacific - Oxfam Event

Oxfam event in Auckland Tomorrow

7 September 2011

8:45 am Welcome to our Pacific guests
Barry Coates on behalf of Oxfam New Zealand

9:00 am Climate Finance for the Pacific
Nic Maclellan

9:30 am Update on UNFCCC Negotiations – Looking towards Panama & Durban
Sarah Meads

10:00 am Morning tea

10:15 am Climate Action Network (CAN) in the Pacific
Pelenise Alofa Pilitati

10:45 am Pacific communities and churches responding to the effects of Climate Change
Fe'iloakitau Tevi

12:00 pm Lunch

12:45 pm Climate Adaptation in the Pacific
Prof. Alistair Woodward

1:30 pm Youth and Intergenerational Equity
Pacific Youth Leaders

2:00 pm Developing a local and regional strategy for change
Facilitated by Oxfam



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