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BBC runs major interview with UN Secretary General - with the Windsor event prominent

November 1, 2009:

BBC ran a major interview this morning with the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon - with the Windsor event prominent, and the Secretary-General highlighting the importance of the religions in the initiatives against climate change. "Without full support and cooperation of religious leaders it will be very difficult to obtain... a binding agreement in Copenhagen"

Meanwhile you can listen to the whole programme here. The Secretary-General's interview with World Service Religions Correspondent Christopher Landau comes in at the 23 minute mark. There is a feature on the Jewish Seven Year Plan, launched in New York 10 days ago, at the 15 minute mark.

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