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The 2015 Paris Climate Conference begins Monday. Climate Central has prepared a special page of content including a ready-to-voice package, special graphics and animations, background on the widely discussed 2°C warming threshold, and a special attribution study regarding 2015 as the globally hottest year on record. The page includes:

  • Full video package and additional soundbites
  • On-site updates from Paris (contact us if you would like to set up an interview)
  • Special supplemental graphics for use on air and online
  • Surging Seas: Mapping Choices - Maps & multimedia resources
  • Background resources on COP21

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