Geoffrey Lean on climate talks: “What a mad way to run a planet”

Imagine if you had come to UN climate talks for 20 years and still not seen any sign of concrete progress.

RTCC caught up with journalist Geoffrey Lean, Britain’s longest-serving environmental correspondent, and asked him what he made of the negotiations, and if we can expect to see some signs of progress at the end of the Doha talks.

This may be our most amusing answer to date – enjoy.

Daily Telegraph Environment Correspondent Geoffrey Lean from Responding to Climate Change on Vimeo.

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