The next major international gathering on climate change COP21 is scheduled to open in Paris on 30 November at Le Bourget airfield.
More than 80 world leaders are expected to attended despite the heightened security fears in Europe in the wake of the recent Paris attacks.
Listen to the full conversation below:
CapeTalk’s Pippa Hudson spoke to James Reeler, representing World Wide Fund for Nature South Africa (WWF) as well as Neoka Naidoo of project 90x2030, an NGO base in Kenilworth about their hopes and expectations of the event.
According to Reeler more than 97% of scientists are convinced that climate change is here and it is real, although many people are still in denial.
COP21 is actually a political process about how do we address it, who is responsible and what are we bringing to the table as individual countries— James Reeler, representative of World Wide Fund for Nature South Africa (WWF)