Sights and Sounds
Journalists visit CDM project site in South AfricaTwenty journalists from developing countries visited a CDM project site on the sidelines of the UN climate change conference in Durban. Under the first CDM programme of activities registered in South Africa (PoA 4302, SASSA Low Pressure Solar Water Heater Programme), thousands of solar water heaters have been installed in low-income households. more ».
Winners of the 2011 CDM International Photo and Video Contest announced01 December 2011 - The UNFCCC secretariat is pleased to announce the winners of its annual CDM International Photo and Video Contest, on the theme Changing Lives. Three photographs and three videos were selected from many entries for their ability to relay a compelling, visual story about the CDM. 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.
CDM Radio Club for AfricaRadio broadcasters and journalists in Africa are eligible to join the CDM Radio Club for Africa. Get your work promoted, win prizes, or get access to a wide variety of broadcast-ready radio material. more »
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Related audio files
CDM African Radio Contest
The first CDM African Radio Contest asked journalists based in Africa to produce five-minute radio stories on how the CDM can benefit their community.