September 28, 2007 E-Newsletter: Special Update

Pew Center on Global Climate Change                                                   E-Newsletter Update

                                    September 28, 2007
In This Issue
:: Eileen Claussen Statement
:: In the News
:: Pew's Eileen Claussen Addresses Major Economies Meeting
:: Press Briefing
Pew Forum on International Climate Action
On September 26, representatives of China, the European Union, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Portugal, and South Africa participated in a forum on international climate action hosted by the Pew Center. Moderated by Pew's Eileen Claussen and Elliot Diringer, the event drew an audience of government and NGO officials, as well as domestic and international press.

     Presentations of National and Regional Climate Programs

Please Note: We recommend following the presentation materials when viewing the webcast of the National and Regional Climate Programs.

Eileen Claussen Statement
The Pew Center's President shares her thoughts on this week's major climate summits in New York and Washington, D.C. (September 28, 2007)
In the News This week's Science Friday (NPR) featured the Pew Center's Elliot Diringer discussing the past week's climate meetings and the potential for change in U.S. climate policy. (September 28, 2007)

Pew's Eileen Claussen Addresses Major Economies Meeting in Washington, D.C.

Agriculture, deforestation and other land use activities account for nearly a third of greenhouse gas emissions globally.  Eileen Claussen remarks before the public and private sectors session on why a successful climate strategy must include land use activities. (September 27, 2007)
Press Briefing
Pew Event Previews Major International Climate Summits
(September 19, 2007) Last week, at a press briefing in Washington, Pew experts discussed the status of international action on climate change and provided key background information on international climate issues, the upcoming meetings, and the UN climate negotiations later this year in Bali.
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