Submit and vote questions on Climate Debate (COP15)

Next week 192 countries will participate in Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen — the first step in setting new international commitments for carbon reduction. Google now allows you to submit and vote on questions to ask world climate leaders during a televised town hall on CNN. With Google Moderator on YouTube for the first time, […]

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Next week 192 countries will participate in Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen — the first step in setting new international commitments for carbon reduction. Google now allows you to submit and vote on questions to ask world climate leaders during a televised town hall on CNN. With Google Moderator on YouTube for the first time, you can view, add and vote on video or text questions in one spot, until December 14. Questions will be translated into numerous languages using the Google Language API, giving you a chance to read and vote on text questions from around the world.

Visit: COP15 YouTube channel

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