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COP27: An Inside Look at the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference

November 29, 202223:02

In this edition of Need to Know, we are joined by Raoni Rajão, a Fellow of the Wilson Center's Latin American Program. He talks about his experience at COP27 and covers the climate change debates taking place at the conference. Rajão, also explains who the key players are, what challenges they face, and how talks have progressed since he attended his first COP seven years ago.

 

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COP27: An Inside Look at the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference

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