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COP 15 – TelePresence Connects Czech and Hungarian Delegates

- December 22, 2009 - 0 Comments

Although the recent UN Climate Change conference left open many important questions, some of the participants were able to experience that it is actually possible to do things differently and in a more environmentally friendly way, thanks to collaborative technologies.

Delegates from the Czech Republic and Hungary took advantage of the Cisco Global Climate Change Meeting Platform to hold press briefings via Cisco TelePresence. As a result, journalists could stay up-to-date on what’s going on in Copenhagen, without having to travel there physically. 


The Global Climate Change Meeting Platform will stay in place until the end of 2010 and will support future climate change discussions by allowing delegates from around the globe to join discussions in a more environmentally sustainable, efficient and inclusive manner.

Judit Sinko, PR Manager, Emerging East

Delegates in the Czech Republic and Hungary participate in COP 15 virtually via Cisco TelePresence.

Czech and Hungarian Delegates participate in COP 15 via Cisco TelePresence

Read more about Cisco’s participation in the COP 15 conference here:

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