Kofi Annan: “Polluters must pay”

23 04 2008

with Ambassador Walter Fust, CEO of GHF The nice thing about my job is that I have the chance to meet and see some important players on the global scene. Yesterday in Geneva, the director of the press agency which I work for took me with him to a press conference with Kofi Annan. The former UN Secretary-General talked about climate change and food crises worldwide. His NGO – he’s the founder and president of the Global Humanitarian Forum – headquartered in Geneva, will hold a meeting on June to talk about climate change and its global consequences.

I was quite happy for the opportunity to watch an important personality talking about such important an issue for our survival and the future of humankind. But I’d like to see journalists a bit more challenging, asking questions to make people think before answering and kind of forcing the interviewed to give stronger and more forceful answers. Kofi Annan was asked … Read the full article, click “Happening”


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24 04 2008
Gabriela Campedelli

Hi Ana, how nice too see things are happening. It is a long time we don’t talk to each other. You made such good job in this conference. Hope to talk to you soon.

Best
Gabi

25 04 2008
Marina

Loving the new blog Ana !
really interesting the last post, and it’s so cool that you took part in the conference wow🙂
looking forward to the next post, keep up the good work !
Marina

29 04 2008
VerĂŽnica

I thought Koffi ana is not UN General-Secretary. Vou terminar em portuguÊs. NĂŁo Ă© um homem da CorĂ©ia do Sul?

Oi VerĂŽnicA. EntĂŁo, ele Ă© o ex-SecretĂĄrio Geral da ONU, agora presidente dessa ONG chamada GHF. Obrigada. Ana Paula de Andrade

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