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TAKE PART IN THE GLOBAL DEBATE LEADING UP TO THE UN CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE 2009

This article is quoted from The Royal Danish Embassy, Dhaka . The article was originally published on 2009-05-20.

The Danish government invites the world to participate in the global debate leading up to the UN Climate Change Conference 2009 (COP15), which will take place in Copenhagen in December 2009.

Today three initiatives will be launched at the host country website for the conference, www.cop15.dk, all aimed at reaching out and encouraging a global debate on climate change.
The Climate Quiz allows visitors to cop15.dk to test their climate knowledge. Visitors can also compare climate knowledge with friends. The quiz can be accessed at www.quiz.cop15.dk
Climate Thoughts is a unique visual representation of climate opinions from visitors to cop15.dk as well as well-known climate thinkers. Climate Thoughts can be accessed at www.thoughts.cop15.dk
The Climate Game allows visitors to cop15.dk to experiment with CO2 reductions in an entertaining environment. The Climate Game can be accessed at www.game.cop15.dk

The Danish hosts of COP15 have also launched a number of ways to get information about climate issues and participate in the climate debate:
On the Climate Thinkers Blog, visitors to cop15.dk can read and comment on opinions from some of the world’s foremost climate opinion-makers. The blog can be accessed at www.blog.cop15.dk
On Facebook, it is possible to show support of the UN Climate Change Conference 2009. The COP15 page on Facebook can be accessed through www.facebook.cop15.dk
On Twitter, the Danish government posts regular news updates on climate change. The COP15 Twitter account can be reached through www.twitter.cop15.dk

The Danish government expects to step up its web-based outreach efforts for COP15 in the period leading up to the conference. All activities are focused on allowing visitors to cop15.dk to interact with each other, to gain better understanding of climate change issues, and to allow visitors of the website to interact with participants of the climate change conference.

This article is written by Majbritt Thomsen, administrator on ‘Views On Tourism’.

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