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segment 4 / hour 13:
08:00 November 15, 2012

Indonesia & Southeast Asia

Overview

In Indonesia, coalitions of citizens, governments, religious leaders, and businesses are collaborating to offset Dirty Weather, which has included torrential rain, deadly floods, and landslides. Meet the inspiring leaders who are drawing attention to this critical issue.

Panel Discussion

Lessons from Indonesia: Impacts of Dirty Weather

Special Guests

Tania Ellersick, Forest Ecologist
Dr. Amanda Katili-Niode, Communication, Information, Education Coordinator, Indonesian National Council on Climate Change
Dr. Henry Pollack, Professor of Geophysics, University of Michigan
Adeline Tiffanie Suwana, Leader, Inconvenient Youth Indonesia
Ibrahim Abdul Matin, Islamic Society of North America

Panel Discussion

Partnerships to Offset Climate Change in Southeast Asia

Special Guests

Dr. Amanda Katili-Niode, Communication, Information, Education Coordinator, Indonesian National Council on Climate Change
Dr. Fachruddin Mangunjaya, Imam and Associate Lecturer, Faculty of Biology, Universitas Nasional and the Islamic College for Advanced Studies
Dr. Henry Pollack, Professor of Geophysics, University of Michigan
Tania Ellersick, Forest Ecologist
Ibrahim Abdul Matin, Islamic Society of North America

Hour 13