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by Stephen Logan on 11th December 2009
Google has called for more people to get involved in its televised climate change debate after seeing what the organisation called some "top notch" questions sent in.
Writing for the official Google blog, non-profits and activism representative for YouTube Ramya Raghavan commented that the final panel for the video debate has been confirmed.
The event, which will be televised on CNN and YouTube, will see the public’s climate change questions posed to former UN secretary general Kofi Annan, journalist Thomas Friedman, Author Bjorn Lomberg and UN exexcutive secretary Yves de Boer.
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Mr Raghavan said: "The top questions will be posed to leaders during the debate and also projected onto the CO2 Cube, a three-story art installation now residing in the centre of Copenhagen."
The debate takes place on December 15th, at a time when representatives from all over the world will be at the UN Climate Change Conference in the Danish capital.