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WWF Arctic tent

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. The WWF Arctic Tent is an opportunity for the people of Copenhagen and delegates to the COP to get a taste of the Arctic, a region of the world that is being affected faster and more severely by climate change than almost anywhere else on earth.
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17 Dec 2009
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The message from the Arctic is that it is urgent for a new climate deal to be hammered out in Copenhagen, a deal which will save the Arctic from the turmoil of total ecosystemic change. This theme will be taken up in different ways on different days by scientists, youth, indigenous peoples, political leaders, artists, and adventurers. The Executive Director of the EEA, Professor Jacqueline McGlade, will participate in the opening ceremony on 5 December from 14:00. The EEA will be contributing with Arctic-related content.
Organiser: WWF (www.panda.org/arctic/cop15)
Contact: nikolaj.bock@eea.europa.eu or WWF: Clive Tesar, ctesar@wwf.no

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