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Archbishop Desmond Tutu is filmed by a young reporter at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen
School Reporters from Maidenhill School in Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, interview their very own climate change correspondent on location at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.


Students in Nairobi, Kenya, explain how drought is affecting their communities.
Gordon Brown makes clear to Ed Miliband that his department should listen to youth advisors.
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