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We Know Enough about Climate Change

The film focuses on the process of adaptation to climate change from a development perspective. We developed it for training programs and conferences in the target countries including Indonesia, Tunisia and Mexico. It premiered in 2011 at the UN-Climate Conference in Durban, South Africa. So far it has been translated into seven languages.

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