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Wherever you are - your voice in Copenhagen!

A few weeks ago I made a short video for the YouTube/CNN debate, asking to include water in the list of priorities at the COP15.

I was surprised to see an excerpt of my video in the official reel, which has been viewed more then 170 thousand times.

The two winners will be selected by public voting on YouTube from Nov 6-30, and may be aired in front of world-leaders and decision makers in this global TV debate on climate change. If you want to vote for my video follow these instructions:

  • Go to http://www.youtube.com/cop15
  • Click "vote"
  • search for a specific video and write "Priority number one"
  • Vote with the thumb up (green button)


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p.s. This article was crossposted on the TH!NK ABOUT IT - Climate Change blogging competition.

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COP15 Priority number one

Between December 7 and December 18, 2009, the world leaders will meet up at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Copenhagen Call does not include water in the list of priorities, even though billions of people are affected by shortages of the most essential ingredient to life.

This is a call to action.

p.s. This article was crossposted on the TH!NK ABOUT IT - Climate Change blogging competition, on Vimeo and on YouTube.

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(Video) Prometeus - The Media Revolution: from 2.0 to 42?

Wow. I could not believe this video was made by 'CasallegioAssociati', the same people that run Beppe Grillo's blog. A provoking, (not really flawless) prediction of the future of media, surely interesting in so many aspects.

Prometeus - The Media Revolution


Prometeus - The Media Revolution
Prometeus - The Media Revolution
Prometeus - The Media Revolution

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