The symposium organisers are grateful to the Arch Diocese of America, who produced video of the symposium. The symposium videos can be found at www.youtube.com/greenpatriarch.

Main listing of videos below:

The Interconnectedness of all things
Full session (1h 40m)
Mrs Jacqueline Clarkson of New Orleans City Council, Mr John M. Barry, Mr Hylton Murray-Philipson, Director of Wingate Ventures and Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker, Senior Lecturer and Senior Scholar, Yale University.

Can Religion Help Save the Planet?
Part One Bishop of London, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick
Part Two Margaret Barker & Patricia Cochrane
Part Three John Hart, followed by panel discussion

Climate Change, Consequences
Part One Dr Gavin Schmidt, climate scientist, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and Brigadier General Michael Walsh followed by questions
Part Two Graeme Kelleher on behalf of Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd & Dr Robert Corell, Chair of the Climate Action Initiative
Part Three Dr Peter Bridgewater, Chairman, Joint Nature Conservation Committee  and Dr Robert Harriss, President and CEO, Houston Advanced Research Center
Part Four Professor Minik Rosing followed by questions
Part Five Professor Dr Hans-Peter Duerr, Max-Planck Institute for Physics and Astrophysics
Part Six Video presentation from Anastasia Marakieva & Viktor Gorshkov
Part Seven Professor Larry Li, Professor of Mathematical and Theoretical Ecology, University of California at Riverside
Part Eight Dr John Briscoe, Gordon McKay Professor of Practice of Environmental Engineering, Harvard School of Engineering and School of Public Health

Katrina, What Went Wrong and Lessons Learned
Part One Tom Spencer introduction, followed by Dr. Tran Thuc, Chairman of the Vietnam Institute of Meteorology, Hyrdology and Environment, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, "Mekong River"
Part Two Professor Gerald E. Galloway Jr., Glenn L. Martin Institute, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland
Part Three Lt General Robert L. Van Antwerp, Chief of US Army Corps of Engineers
Part Four Mr Carl Pope, Executive Director, Sierra Club
Part Five Question and Answers with the first set of panelists from the Third Plenary Session

Should Inhabited Coastal Areas Be Defended Or Abandoned? Global-Warming Refugees
Part Six BBC Report on Bangladeshi Refugees
Part Seven Dr. Jerome Delli Priscoli, USACE Senior Advisor on international water issues
Part Eight Professor Gerald E. Galloway Jr. Glenn L. Martin Institute, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland
Part Nine Dr. Ivor van Heerden, Deputy Director of the Louisiana State University Hurricane Center and Director of the Center for the Study of Public Health Impacts of Hurricanes
Part Eleven Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker, Senior Lecturer and Senior Scholar, Yale University, offers closing remarks for the Third Plenary

Energy - Pollution Represents the Failure of Economies to Develop without Harming Our Ecosystem
Part One Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz, Columbia Business School (video presentation of interview)
Part Two Professor Herbie Girardet, co-founder and Director of Programmes, World Future Council
Part Three Mr Mark Schleifstein, Journalist, The Times-Picayune
Part Four Mr. Andrew Mitchell, Executive Director Global Canopy Programme, Senior Advisor to Prince of Wales in Rainforest Project
Part Five Reverend Jim Ball, Ph.D., Senior Director, EEN Climate Campaign

Can Contemporary Global Corporate Capitalism and a Habitable Planet Coexist?
Part Seven His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America offers some remarks
Part Nine Mr. Benedict Haerlin, Director of the Foundation on Future Farming and Director of Save our Seeds Initiative
Part Ten Professor Aaron T. Wolf, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University
Part Eleven Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker on 350.org, an international campaign dedicated to building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis
Part Twelve His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America reflects on the presentations of the panel

The remaining sessions are available in text summary, only:
Plenary 5, morning: The Future, Restoring and Protecting
Plenary 5, afternoon: Media, Successes And Failures
Closing Speech: Closing Speech by Minik Rosing