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Jamie Henn - Part 1 Panel Discussion - Be The Movement #c4cMovement @Connect4Climate

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Published on Dec 20, 2013

Part 1: Jamie Henn presents 350.org on the Climate Change Movement Maker's panel discussion at the Be The Movement Workshop in parallel to COP19.

Panel discussants were Jamie Henn (350.org), David Cadman (ICLEI), Wael Hmaidan (CAN) and Kelly Rigg (GCCA). Eliza Anyangwe of the Guardian moderated the panel.

Jamie Henn is the co-founder and Communications Director for 350.org, which grew from a group of six college friends and the writer Bill McKibben into one of the largest climate change campaigns in the world. The campaign now has over 40 staff members working on six continents and nearly a million supporters. Henn plays a key role in creating 350.org's strategy, coordinating its political advocacy, and helping the organization grow.

"We need to be a bit more like the world that we want to create. Instead of one big coal plant we want distributed solar panels. Instead of one campaign we many campaigns that work together and are interconnected and create power together."


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