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segment 4 / hour 14:
09:00 November 15, 2012

Bangladesh & South Asia

Overview

Environmental refugees, overtaxed infrastructures, and the potential for public health disasters – courtesy of Dirty Weather! As governments struggle to overcome resistance to climate action, meet the people behind some of the world’s most forward-leaning collaborations to bolster resilience to climate change in South Asia, one of the most vulnerable regions in the world to the impacts of climate change.

Panel Discussion

Climate Change Refugees and Public Health in South Asia

Special Guests

Charles Cormier, Program Manager for Climate Change, South Asia, World Bank
Scott MacMillan, Communications Manager, BRAC USA
Scott Mandia, Professor of Earth and Space Sciences, Suffolk County Community College

Panel Discussion

Adaptation and Resilience in South Asia

Special Guests

Charles Cormier, Program Manager for Climate Change, South Asia, World Bank
Scott MacMillan, Communications Manager, BRAC USA
Scott Mandia, Professor of Earth and Space Sciences, Suffolk County Community College

Hour 14