Greetings to all paying attention to #COP21

Greetings to all those paying attention to the Climate Change Conference #COP21.

We’re asking how well the conference connects with remote participants and we want to know what’s taking place and what’s making news. This is a call for public facing with rewards and kudos forthcoming. Please share suggestions and comments below.

Transcript: Hey world. Ron Mader here from Planeta.com and Planeta Wiki

Like many of you, I am really keen on finding out what’s going to take place this week at the world climate change conference #COP21 taking place in Paris. And like many of you I am not going to be there so I’m speaking on behalf of remote participants: What can we access? What can we see? And does it make sense? There’s a question I think we should ask of this event in terms of its being public-facing or facing the public. Do the words and do the jargon make sense? Or how do we best make sense out of what’s being said and what’s being done? So we will pay attention using that #cop21 hashtag. Wish you all the best and thanks for helping us out.

Observation: On Twitter, if I want to shed a few followers, all I need to do is write in Spanish or mention about climate change. To the index of followers, such actions are toxic. That said, I’m genuinely curious — what are we doing about the climate? And I want to be able to ask this at a neighbor’s Thanksgiving dinner party or at a Oaxacan market (where Spanish and indigenous languages are a must).

Updates on our wiki
COP21
COP 21 Headlines
COP 21: Recommended Listening
COP 21 Buzzwords

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Climate Change
Paris, France
Events
Public Facing
Remote Participant

Climate Change Conference Hashtag #COP21 (Wheeler Peak Photo @ Paul Jonusaitis)

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