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A journalist from Studio Tamani reporting next to the Niger River in Mali. ©Fondation Hirondelle / Sébastien Rieussec. A journalist from Studio Tamani reporting next to the Niger River in Mali.

As COP 23, the international conference on climate change, opens in Bonn on November 6th, Studio Tamani, Fondation Hirondelle's information program in Mali, gives voice to Malian experts and representatives of Civil society organisations to discuss the possibilities of adaptation in this Sahelian country.

What are the effects of climate change?

Since the first COP in 1995, how has the situation evolved?

In concrete terms, is Mali on the path to adaptation?

What has been done and what remains to be done?

STUDIO TAMANI GUESTS FOR THE "GRAND DIALOGUE" TALK-SHOW ON NOVEMBER 1st, 2017:

    
Aboubacar Diabaté, former Director of the Environment and Sustainable Development Agency;
    
Ahmed Sékou Diallo, President of the National Climate Platform;
    
Safiatou Sékou Traoré, vice-president of Climate-Mali;
    
Adama N'diaye, communication officer of the NGO "Planète Verte 365 days".

Listen to this "Grand Dialogue" program here.

You can also watch the video recording of the talk-show :