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Connect4Climate: Right Here, Right Now

February 11 2013

Please join World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, Sustainable Development Network Vice President Rachel Kyte, External Affairs Vice President Cyril Muller, Africa Vice President Makhtar Diop, the Global Environment Facility’s CEO and Chairperson Naoko Ishii, and the Italian Minister of the Environment Corrado Clini for an evening to celebrate youth engagement in creative climate action.

The event's Master of Ceremony is John Raatz and the evening features opening remarks by President Kim, the ‘Voices4Climate' competition awards with MTV's Izzy Lawrence, the launch of a C4C special edition Rhythms del Mundo: Africa charity CD, live performances by Kenyan rappers TS1 and award-winning Malian musician Rokia Traore.

You can participate on March 1st at 6:00pm EST via the livestream above and on Twitter with the hashtag #c4climate. Check back here for more information leading up to the event!

Watch the event chapter by chapter below or watch the playlist on our Connect4Climate YouTube channel

 

 

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"We will never end poverty if we don't tackle climate change."

- Dr. Jim Yong Kim
President, World Bank Group

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