Orin Langelle speaks on REDD

During the UN Climate Conference Meeting in Poznan, Poland in December 2009, one of the most important issues being discussed was REDD (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation).  Film maker Rebecca Sommers http://www.sommerfilms.org/ was documenting REDD and the impact of REDD on Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous Peoples’ rights.  Although not wanting to be interviewed, Global Justice Ecology Project’s Co-Director and Strategist, Orin Langelle, finally consented to be interviewed.
Langelle comments on Indigenous Peoples’ rights, the failure of the UN Climate Conferences, biodiversity and more.
Notice he is in full UN NGO camouflage:
REDD UNFCCC T13 Orin Langelle 1 A
REDD UNFCCC T13 Orin Langelle 1 B

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