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  1. “Climate change is about people”: TV to encourage action in Cambodia

    Khuon Chandore

    Former Research Manager, BBC Media Action Cambodia

    “Climate change is about people”: TV to encourage action in Cambodia

    Hear from former Research Manager in Cambodia, Khuon Chandore, about our latest research into how climate change is affecting people in Cambodia, and how it informed our new climate TV show: Don't Wait For Rain.

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  2. UN Climate Talks: changing the conversation about climate change

    Delia Lloyd

    Senior Policy Manager, BBC Media Action

    BBC Media Action's Senior Policy Manager reports from a lively session at this week's UN climate change conference which shared best practice on climate change communication.

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  3. "Loss and damage from climate change": a view from Bangladesh

    Arif Al Mamun

    Senior Research Officer

    After rich nations' pledge to compensate poorer countries at the Doha climate change talks, BBC Media Action's senior research officer reflects on the realities facing his country.

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  4. How do you explain climate change to a taxi driver?

    Lottie Oram

    Assistant Project Manager for Asia, BBC Media Action

    Keeping specific audiences and their needs in mind was the topic of debate at the second annual climate communications day in Doha.

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  5. Know your audience

    Damian Wilson

    Project Director for Climate Asia

    BBC Media Action's Climate Asia team's challenge to attendees at the UN climate change conference in Doha.

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  6. Cross-cultural questionnaire design: A journey without end

    Chuanyan Zhu

    Research Officer

    BBC Media Action Research Officer Chuanyan Zhu on how surprising cultural differences have shaped the design of the Climate Asia survey.

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  7. Weathering change: opinions from the frontline

    Tan Copsey

    Research Manager

    While Rio + 20 is underway, BBC Media Action is undertaking the first ever Asia-wide study into the impact of climate change on people's lives, across seven countries and surveying 25,000 people.

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