EU-kommissionen inbjuder europeiska vetenskapsjournalister till internationell mediakonferens om klimatfrågor. Alla kostnader för resa och uppehälle täcks av organisatören.

On behalf of the European Commission, the European Journalism Centre invites the environment/science/foreign affairs correspondent from your media to the ‘Climate Action Conference. Climate Change: The EU Perspective’, an event exclusively for international media, to be held in Brussels from 25–27 October 2010.

This international event will gather climate change experts from government, NGOs, media and academia, with keynotes from Connie Hedegaard, European Commissioner for Climate Action, and other top EU speakers. This conference will invite 100 EU journalists, including 15 media representatives from the rest of the world.

The event will address a number of critical themes in the run up to the UN Climate Change negotiations in Cancún, December 2010. With in-depth insights into major sectoral topics, including deforestation and the growing carbon market, the conference will feature debates and panel discussions between environmental thinkers and policy-makers -- presenting vivid examples of environmental co-operation.

Participating journalists will be able to report first-hand on European and international approaches to climate change ahead of Cancún.

All costs related to the event (flight, accommodation) will be covered by the organisers.

Please let me know as soon as possible if you are interested in attending the conference.

Thank you very much in advance and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,
Diana
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Diana Lungu | Research Associate | European Journalism Centre
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Email : lungu@ejc.net

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Utlagt den 14 oktober 2010 av Kaianders Sempler