A Change in the Climate : Christiana Figueres at St Paul’s Cathedral

Author: | Date: 11 May, 2014 | Category: Action Climate Change | Comments: 3

Christiana Figueres of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the body that publishes the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports, spoke at St Paul’s Cathedral last Wednesday on the subject of “Building the Will for Action”, followed by a debate with Dr Tony Juniper, and James Jones, former Bishop of Liverpool, Rear Admiral Neil Morisetti, and Peter Pereira Gray. More resources can be found here.


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Robert:

May 12, 2014

Dear Stephanie and Jim, I'm sorry to hear that you had difficulty with the sound at last week's event - we have heard a range of views both positive and negative on this, and it seems to be a localised problem on very specific parts of the audience that sat under the dome. Your information on where you were seated is useful so that we can make sure that our future events have even better sound in a very difficult acoustic space! I'm glad to say that the full recording of the event is now available, as included here, so that you can hear anything you missed on the night. All the best, Robert Gordon Manager of St Paul's Institute

Stephanie and Jim Lodge:

May 11, 2014

Sorry to the right of the stage!

Stephanie and Jim Lodge:

May 11, 2014

It would've been lovely if we could've heard the speakers. There was a lot of bounceback, sometimes the sound came from the far side and then our side (to the left of the stage). Sometimes it went down the centre of St. Paul's, at least they said they'd put it on their website. I'm not too sure about the title: Building the Will for Action, haven't we been doing that all these years? It's an uphill struggle and you can't ignore the kind message from the Lordships to go a-fracking as if there's no tomorrow!


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