PARIS / COP21 BAN SUSTAINABLE CITIES

04-Dec-2015 00:02:24
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrived in Paris for the second time this week as negotiations on a climate agreement continue at COP21. Ban and his Special Envoy on Cities and Climate Change, Michael Bloomberg, took part at the High Level Closing of the Summit of Local Leaders. UNIFEED-UNTV
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STORY: PARIS / COP21 BAN SUSTAINABLE CITIES
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SOURCE: UNIFEED-UNTV
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 04 DECEMBER 2015, PARIS, FRANCE
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04 DECEMBER 2015, PARIS, FRANCE

1. Wide shot, exterior Hotel de Ville, Paris municipal administration
2. Wide shot, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon shaking hands with Paris Deputy Mayor Patrick Klugman
3. Various shots, Ban signing board
4. Wide shot, Ban and Klugman climbing stairs
5. Various shots, Ban meeting with Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo
6. Various shots, Ban meeting with Anne Hidalgo
7. Various shots, Ban meeting with his Special Envoy on Cities and Climate Change, Michael Bloomberg
8. Wide shot, Ban posing with local leaders from cities from around the world
9. Various shots, Ban meeting with local leaders from cities from around the world
10. Various shots, Ban meeting with Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon
11. Pan left, Ban with French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius at the High Level Closing of the Summit of Local Leaders
12. Med shot, Ban and Fabius
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Bloomberg, Special Envoy on Cities and Climate Change:
“Mayors and local leaders recognize the power of collaboration and the spirit of partnership is flourishing.”
14. Med shot, Mayor of Amman, Jordan, Akel biltaji
15. SOUNDBITE (English) Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General:
“Here in the great city of light I urge to continue to shine your light on a more sustainable future. Ladies and Gentleman, let us work together to make this world better for all and friendly to our planet earth.”
16. Wide shot, Ban, Fabius, Bloomberg, Hidalgo and mayors holding Paris Declaration
17. Wide shot, audience applauding
18. Zoom out, children chorus
19. Zoom out, Ban and mayors
STORYLINE
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrived today (04 Dec) at Paris City Hall during his second trip to the city this week, as negotiations on a climate agreement continue at the UN climate change conference (COP21).

Ban added his name to the list of participants of the Climate Summit for Local Leaders, taking place on the margins of COP21.

The Secretary-General met with the Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, as well as with his Special Envoy on Cities and Climate Change, Michael Bloomberg. Ban also met with the Mayor of Seoul, Park Won-soon.

Addressing the High Level Closing of the Summit of Local Leaders, Bloomberg said “mayors and local leaders recognize the power of collaboration and the spirit of partnership is flourishing.”

During his remarks Ban said “here in the great city of light I urge to continue to shine your light on a more sustainable future. Ladies and gentleman, let us work together to make this world better for all and friendly to our planet earth.”

Since the beginning of the week, governments have been meeting to adopt what it is hoped will be an ambitious global climate change agreement, which is aiming to limit global temperature rise to below two degrees Celsius. The UN chief said mayors and local leaders “are essential to this effort.”
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