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Francis Yeoh on CNBC's 'Business and Climate Change: Too Hot to Handle?'

   

Kuala Lumpur, 20 September 2006

On the sidelines of Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in New York, where top leaders meet to focus on issues such as Energy and Climate Change, CNBC has gathered top personalities including YTL chief Tan Sri (Dr) Francis Yeoh to discuss global warming.

The Clinton Global Initiative is an effort by the 42nd President of United States of America, Bill Clinton. It is a gathering of a powerful group of statesmen, politicians, businessmen, academicians and thinkers from around the globe to be agents of change to make our globe a better place, by tackling the most serious issues facing us with innovative, practical and effective solutions.

With him on the programme entitled "Business and Climate Change: Too Hot to Handle?" are Jeffrey D. Sachs, Dean of the Earth Institute at Columbia University; Jim Hansen, Head of the Goddard Institute; Fred Smith, President of The Competitive Enterprise Institute; and Jeremy Leggett, CEO of solarcentury.

Hosted by Germany's top talk show host Sabine Christiansen, the one-hour Global Players show features hard-hitting dialogue with top international political and business leaders, produced on location at key international events from around the world.

Airing Times for Business and Climate Change: Too Hot to Handle?

Asia
13.00 on Friday 22nd September and 23.00 on Sun 24th September

Europe
22.00CET on Friday 22nd September and 20.00CET on Sunday 24th September on the PE Feed
19.00CET on Friday 22nd September on the German only feed

USA
22.00EST on Sunday 24th September with a repeat at 01.00EST in the early morning of Monday 25th September





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