Posted by: vickim57 | 5 November 2009

Climate Emergency conference, London, Saturday 7 November

Save Vestas campaign will be at the following event on Saturday. Come and see us on the stall and pick up some of the new Vestas campaign postcards to distribute.


Newsflash: just in time to make it into the programme for the Forum Colin Challen MP has submitted an Early Day Motion to Parliament based on our Climate Emergency Demands – EDM 2057. With more than 30 MPs having signed the EDM in just a few days the Forum will give us an opportunity to take the EDM forwards beyond Copenhagen and generate further support for the demands.

When: Saturday 7th November, 12-6pm
Where: South Camden Community School, Charrington St (nearest tube Kings Cross)

Open to everyone and free to attend, hosted by the Campaign Against Climate Change the Public Forum will bring together leading figures to discuss and debate the Climate Emergency and what we can be doing to tackle it. See below for the programme for the day.

11:45 Doors Open
12:15-13:15 Session 1 “10% Cuts by end 2010: the case for emergency action
13:15-13:45 Break and Workshops including:
Introduction to campaigning against Agrofuels, hosted by Biofuelwatch and Food Not Fuel
13:45-14:45 Session 2 “Green Jobs Now – a million climate jobs by end 2010
14:45-15:15 Break and Workshops including:
Discussion of the role of Trade Unionists in building the Climate movement before and after Copenhagen, hosted by Campaign Against Climate Change Trade Union Group
15:15-16:15 Session 3 “Decarbonising our transport fast – the way ahead
16:15-16:30 Break with music entertainment
16:30-17:30 Session 4 “Copenhagen – the deal we need and the deal we’re likely to get
17:30-17:45 Climate Emergency CALL TO ACTION

Details: Abi Edgar, Campaign against Climate Change,
Tel: +44 (0) 207 833 9311
Mobile: +44 (0) 7859 970 709


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