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Climate summit: Livestation debate
Put your questions on the UN climate conference to Oxfam's Phil Bloomer.
Last Modified: 18 Dec 2009 10:47 GMT
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Phil Bloomer, head of an Oxfam division pushing for a fair and safe global deal on climate change, will be taking your questions on the UN climate conference in Copenhagen.

Log into the Al Jazeera English chatroom on the Livestation player at 16:00 GMT on Friday, December 18, to put your questions directly to him.

Make sure you have the player downloaded first, available at Livestation.com.

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