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Videos of IPY Presentations
Introductory Presentation
IPY Multimedia; videos and podcasts of IPY participants in various languages. Also available from ‘Browse by’ menu at top of

Arctic Portal webcasts
IPY Opening Ceremony, March 2007 (follow links from webcast archive)

PolarTrec Live From IPY!
Presentations by IPY scientists talking to classrooms from the Arctic and Antarctic (over 30 events)

World Ocean Observatory:
Video and Audio Interviews with several IPY scientists
Webcasts from Live Events where students meet scientists

International Science School, July, 2007
Dr. Rhian Salmon; International Polar Year: The Poles & the Planet
Dr. Victoria Metcalf; International Polar Year: Fishy Tales from Antarctica
Mark Curran; Secrets from Antarctic Ice: Past Climate change through the study of Ice Cores
Prof. Michael Oppenheimer; How Warm is Too Warm? Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change

Global Warming Summit, February, 2008
List of speakers and videos including:

Dr. David Carlson, A Critical Time (keynote address), and What Next?
Frank Niepold, Teaching Climate Change
Dr. Jenny Baeseman, Involving Teachers and Students
Dr. Martin Jeffries, The Changing Arctic
Panel Discussion

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, Dec 10th, 2008:

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Good evening,

I’m working for Michel de Wouters Productions ( a belgium production company.
We have to realize a documentary for WMO on the “International Polar Year 2007/2008”.
For this we need to acquire a maximum footage.
We are very interested in all your Videos of IPY Presentations
I need to know the procedure to receive footage as soon as possible because we ‘re going to start the editing january 5th.
The documentary will be used for the closing ceremny of the International Polar Year in Geneva and for the press departement of the WMO. It ‘s not for a commercial using.

I wait for your answer.
Best regards,

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