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Mr. Isaac Kabongo, Executive Director of Ecological Christian Organization and Programme Fellow for Climate Action Network (CAN) Uganda, discusses the necessity for climate change adaptation to be a collective intervention, involving all stakeholders and sectors. He also talks about the necessity for East Africans to be educated not about climate change in general, but rather the best ways for adaptation. Lastly, he addresses the efforts of faith-based organizations in acting on the ground for adaptation as well as calling governments and the private sector to take action.
Interviewed by Emily Bowie on December 9, 2012, COP 17, Durban, South Africa