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UN General Assembly debate
Entitled "Sustainable Development and Climate Change: Practical Solutions in the Water-Energy Nexus - General Assembly Thematic Debate", centre executive director Johan Rockström provided a scientific support for "an urgent world transformation to global sustainability".
The debate took place 16 May 2013 and included perspectives from Dr. Rajendra Kumar Pachauri, Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Director?General of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), and Prof. Jeffrey Sachs, head of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network and The Earth Institute, Columbia University.
Johan Rockström's presentation starts 1h:56 min into the debate.
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