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Climate Radio interviews Ricardo Navarro

by Krista Stryker — last modified Jul 16, 2009 12:35 PM

The director of Friends of the Earth El Salvador (CESTA) talks about raising awareness about climate change.

redd-ricardo-tnRicardo Navarro from was recently interviewed on Climate Radio to give a Southern perspective on the current climate emergency. Ricardo won the Goldman prize for sustainable development in 1995.


He spoke about how a new regional Movement of Climate Change Affected Peoples is responding to the pressures of climate change with awareness raising, permaculture techniques and low-level technologies as well as putting up resistance to inappropriate development. He also gave a wider perspective on the United Nations climate talks which he has been attending since 1992.


Listen to the interview here.

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