Nelly Bassily | December 14, 2009
Farm Radio International suggests the following news sources for coverage of the United Nations Climate Change Summit (COP15) that is particularly relevant to the African farming audience. If you have a favourite news source for this topic, please share it with the FRW community by using the “Post a Comment” link below.
-COP15 Live, a series of podcasts produced by a delegation journalists from The World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC): http://www.amarc.org/index.php?p=AMARC_cop15_2009_podcast
-IPS TerraViva, a publication of Inter Press Service: http://www.ips.org/TV/copenhagen/
-United Nations Integrated Regional Information Networks (IRIN), Global Issues page: http://www.irinnews.org/Global.aspx
-FAO Media Centre (media releases from the Food and Agriculture Association of the United Nations): http://www.fao.org/news/newsroom-home/en/
-G-1 Billion, a unique new model of real-time media distribution by youth at COP15, published in six different languages: http://www.g-1billion.org
-Noize from the Future, a news agency of the Global Humanitarian Forum’s Youth Forum. See report: “Africa’s demands at COP15”: http://www.ghfyouthforum.org/index.php/events/access/noize-from-the-future/cop15-reporters-noize-from-the-future/139-14dec-jkguest