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Shows featuring Saleemul Huq

  • U.N. Climate Panel Issues Dire Warning of Threat to Global Food Supply, Calls for Action & Adaption Driedcrops2
    The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has issued its most dire warning yet about how greenhouse gases have driven up global temperatures and extreme weather, while threatening sources of food and water. "Throughout the 21st century, climate-change impacts are projected to slow down economic growth,...
    April 02, 2014 | Story
  • After Global Failure to Cut Emissions, Will Poor Nations Get Help to Deal With Climate Change? Saleemul_huq_
    Saleemul Huq, a Bangladeshi-born scientist with International Institute for Environment and Development, discusses what he calls the key issue at the Warsaw climate summit: With talks on emissions cuts delayed until 2015, poor nations are seeking funding for the "loss and damage" that global warming has already...
    November 20, 2013 | Story
  • Climate Change and the Global South: A Roundtable Discussion Global-south-dn_copy
    We host a roundtable discussion with three guests who have extensively studied how climate change is affecting poor populations around the world: Saleemul Huq, a Bangladeshi-born scientist and lead author on parts of the last two reports by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; Lidy Nacpil of Jubilee South; and Tom...
    December 07, 2009 | Story