Bolivia Conference – outcomes

April 25, 2010
by phil
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The World People’s Conference on Climate Change and Mother Earth Rights in Cochabamba, Bolivia (20-22 April) has now ended and the final declaration is now available as is a submission from Bolivia to the UN process.

According to the final conference press release, over 31,000 people from more than 140 countries attended including representatives from 48 national governments.

The conference resulted in proposals for:

Arthur Girling has been in Bolivia for Climate Radio and his report for ResonanceFM, “The Bolivian Climate Revolution” is now available below. You might also be interested to check out the coverage on Democracy Now! and OneClimate.net plus Naomi Klein‘s comment piece in The Guardian.

Conference Main Site: http://pwccc.wordpress.com/
Conference Live Webcast Site: http://envivo.cmpcc.org.bo/?lang=en
Democracy Now! Daily Broadcasts from Cochabamba: http://www.democracynow.org/
OneClimate.net coverage: http://www.oneclimate.net/bolivia

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