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Resilient Communities with Cristina Croc, Alec Baldwin, and Aaron Sherinian

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December 2015, world leaders gathered in Paris to complete a new global climate agreement — an extraordinary opportunity for the international community to meet the threat of climate change. Belize’s very own Christina Coc sat down with Alec Baldwin and Aaron Sherinian to discuss resilient communities.

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