Catch up with the delegates at the second day of the 2014 Development & Climate Days with the highlights from interviews, scenes from the day at the conference, and reflections on what the two days accomplished.
Tara Shine, Head of Policy and Research at the Mary Robinson Foundation - Climate Justice, tells us at D&C Days 2014 that working towards zero poverty and zero emissions are 'fully compatible strategies'.
Ali Tauqeer Sheikh, CEO of LEAD Pakistan & Director for Asia at CDKN tells us that #zerozero 'will require fundamental changes in institutional structures, financial allocations and overall political will to move in this direction'.
We talked to Red Cross volunteers about their experiences at D&C Days 2014. One told us that she felt 'very inspired' and that the goal of zero poverty and zero emissions within a generation could be accomplished if the right steps are taken.
Neil Leary, Director of the Center for Sustainability Education at Dickinson College, talks to us at D&C Days 2014 and tells us that right now, the most important thing is that we 'start taking that first step - we don't have to have the solution...just start moving in that direction'.