Jean-Marie Kileshye Onema on the Democratic Republic of Congo’s position in the climate negotiations

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Mr. Jean-Marie Kileshye Onema, Democratic Republic of Congo Negotiator and Research Coordinator for the Southern Africa Development Community, discusses what climate change means for the Democratic Republic of Congo, the importance of a second period of the Kyoto Protocol for the DR Congo and what other countries agree with that importance.

Interviewed by Christine Burns on December 1, 2011, COP 17, Durban, South Africa

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