Video Resources

Climate Parliament & UNDP: An Introduction

The Climate Parliament and the UN Development Programme are working together to build a global cross-party network of MPs and legislators dedicated to fighting climate change and accelerating the transition to renewable energy.

Fossil Fuel Subsidies & Climate Change

Every day, all around the world, vast sums are changing hands in the huge river of money that makes up the global financial system. Currently, far too much of this cash is flowing into the pockets of fossil fuel industries, fuelling dangerous climate change. We need to divert these fossil fuel subsidies to investing in clean, green, renewable energy from sun, wind and water.

Chile advances solar capacity technology leading much of Latin America - CGTN America

CGTN visited the Quilapilún Solar Generation Plant in Colina, Chile during our Regional Parliamentary in Santiago, Chile in September 2017. Hear from Chile's Energy Minister Andres Rebolledo and Climate Parliament Secretary-General Nicholas Dunlop. 

MPs working together for Renewables

With the support of UNDP and Climate Parliament, leading MPs from our network discuss their efforts to develop new laws, budgets and policies to ensure a cleaner, safer future.

The Climate Parliament Show - LokSabha TV "Astitava"

Weekly Environmental Show "Astitava" on LokSabha TV telecasted the "Climate Parliament show" - an interview with two of our active MP's (Dr Sanjay Jaiswal Ji & Ms Rajani Patil Ji), on 6th May 2017. They spoke about the role of the organisation, its activities and how MPs can contribute to Climate Change Mitigation.

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Parliamentary Action on Renewable Energy

Monsieur Secou Sarr

Entretien avec Monsieur Secou Sarr, Directeur, ENDA Energie

Mme Penda Seck Dieng

Entretien avec Mme Penda Seck Dieng, Députée, Sénégal

Charles Chauvel, UNDP

This is a presentation given by Charles Chauvel, UNDP, on MP's pivotal role in overseeing the executive branch on government, reallocating state budgets and advocating for more rapid policy change.​

Mr Saroj Dash

Interview with Mr Saroj Dash, Regional Technical Director Climate Change, Concern Worldwide​

Ms Salma Zenaidi

Interview with Ms. Salma Zenaidi, Member of the National Constituent Assembly, Tunisia

Mr Jitu Soni

Interview with Mr Jitu Soni, Member of Parliament, Tanzania

Ms Fouzia Ben Badis

Entretien avec Mme Fouzia Ben Badis - Membre du Conseil de la Nation (Majlis al-Umma) - Algérie 

Ms Nouara Saadia Jaafar

Interview with Ms Nouara Saadia Jaafar, Minister for Familly and the Status Of Women, Algeria

Mr Geoffrey Omara

Interview with Mr Geoffrey Omara, Member of Parliament, Uganda.​

Mr Kalikesh Singh Deo

Interview with Mr Kalikesh Singh Deo, Member of Parliament, India.

Mr Ahmed Zunaid Palak

Renewable energy in Bangladesh: The need for international collaboration. Interview with Mr Ahmed Zunaid Palak, Member of Parliament, Bangladesh.

Dr. Dhamir Mannai

Interview with Dhamir Mannai, Member of the Tunisia Constituent Assembly.

Ms Bernadeta Mushashu

This is an interview with Ms Bernadeta Mushashu, Member of Parliament of Tanzania and Chairperson of the Pan African Parliament Women Caucus, on how cross-party groups can leverage support for renewable energy development.

Tamam Al Reyati

Interview with Tamam Al Reyati, Member of Parliament, Jordan

Mr Papa Biram Touré

Entretien avec Mr Papa Biram Touré, Membre du Parlement, Sénégal

Hon Papa Biram Touré

Hon Papa Biram Touré, Membre du Parlement, Sénégal

Louis Seck

Interview with Louis Seck, Regional Coordinator for West Africa at Climate Parliament. Seck speaks to the need for renewable energy development in West Africa, and discusses policy measures that help catalyse investment.

Abed Al Rahim Boucai

An interview with Abed Al Rahim Boucai, a deputy in the Jordanian parliament describing the most important renewable energy resources in Jordan and the steps taken by parliament to attract and support investments.

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