Video of the AU Forum "The Climate Change Generation: Youth, Media, and Politics in an Unsustainable World"

More than 200 students turned out tonight for the AU Forum on climate change and youth and approximately 700,000 audience members in the DC area listened in via the live public radio broadcast by WAMU.

There will be much more tomorrow including blog reaction, news coverage, a transcript, a podcast of the WAMU program, and the release of a new survey report on young people and climate change. But for now, you can watch archived video feed of the panel above and you can discuss the panel at the student built social media site for the event. Also check out the twitter feed and discussion.

Check back here tomorrow for more.

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Matthew: The volume and audio fidelity are low. Any way to improve the audio?
thanks, Don