The 300-350 Show: forests in the Copenhagen deal

| 14th October 2009
At the close of the Bangkok climate talks last week, Europe blocked the protection of natural forests. Why?

We also ask if the Prince of Wales' Rainforest Project (PRP) Emergency Package is an appropriate alternative solution for forests, and we speak to Tony Juniper, special advisor to PRP and former director of Friends of the Earth.

We’ll continue to dig into the forestry story next week.

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