Sights and Sounds
New films showcase the benefits of CDM
Bonn, 3 November 2015 - From offsetting the 2014 World Cup to improving health and wellbeing in rural Nepal, two new films have been produced to showcase the benefits of the CDM. More
2013 CDM photo and video contest winners announcedWarsaw, 15 November 2013 - UNFCCC head Christiana Figueres announced the winners of the 2013 CDM International Photo and Video Contest today at a ceremony at COP19 Poland. The winning pieces were selected from many entries for their ability to relay compelling stories about the mechanism. photo » video »
Christiana Figueres presents the winners of the CDM photo and video contests and the CDM African radio contest 2012Doha, Qatar, 29 November 2012 - The UNFCCC Executive Secretary, Christiana Figueres, has presented the winners of the CDM photo and video contest and the CDM African radio contest at the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha, Qatar. The winning works were selected from many entries for their ability to relay compelling stories about the Kyoto Protocol's clean development mechanism. more »
The UNFCCC secretariat launched the now-annual CDM International Photo and Video Contest in 2008, on the theme Changing Lives. The photos tell an interesting CDM story, whether it is about the creation of new jobs, the greening of industry, or the development of rural services and infrastructure.
Recognizing the growing popularity of web video, the UNFCCC secretariat added a video category to the Changing Lives contest in 2010, aimed at spreading the word about the CDM, on the theme
CDM Changing Lives; People should know about this CDM project because?
The UNFCCC secretariat is pleased to offer audio files aimed at raising awareness about the Clean Development Mechanism. The files cover a range of topics, from basic workings to current issues, as told by a cross section of people directly involved in the mechanism.
Related audio files
Broadcast-ready radio stories
The UNFCCC secretariat has produced five ‘broadcast-ready’ radio stories for dissemination to radio stations in Africa.