Voices from Bolivia and Venezuela on the fight for climate justice after Copenhagen featuring Pablo Solon, Bolivia's representative at the United Nations, lead spokesperson on climate change at the Copenhagen Summit, and Federico Fuentes, a participant in the revolutionary process in Venezuela and writer, on Sunday, March 7, 2010 at the Unitarian Church of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada.
Welcome by Adriana Paz, Canada-Bolivia Solidarity Committee RT: 2:05
Eric Doherty, GatewaySucks.org RT: 2:34
Adriana Paz introdcues the featured speakers RT: 3:31
Federico Fuentes, Venezuelanalysis.com RT: 18:34
Pablo Solon, Bolivia's Ambassador to the United Nations, Part 1 of 2 RT: 16:51
Pablo Solon, Bolivia's Ambassador to the United Nations, Part 2 of 2 RT: 17:13
Audience Questions 1/3 RT: 13:25
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