Saturday, August 27, 2005

I`m off to London on sep 1st

This event is on the 1st Sep, Come along, but phone Alex first for more details, it only takes a few hours of your time and is a very worthwhile cause.


Dear Friends,

Launch of Stop Climate Chaos!

Friends of the Earth has joined together with a huge coalition of organisations - including RSPB, WWF, Greenpeace, Oxfam, People and Planet, Christian Aid, Tearfund and the Women's Institute to form a massive public movement on climate change. The working title of this grouping was the climate movement, but the name chosen is now Stop Climate Chaos!

We are planning a big media stunt in central London on the morning of Thursday September 1st to mark the launch of Stop Climate Chaos. We really need you to help make this event a success!

All the details of what is happening, and where to be, are copied below. If you are able to be in London for that morning, and can take the time out from your usual schedule that would be fantastic!

We need to know in advance how many people will be coming, so please let me know if you are planning to come.
Email me alexp@foe.co.uk or ring 020 7566 1673.

Hope to see you there!
Alex

Climate Change Action

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3 Comments:

At 1:18 AM, Anonymous Series2 said...

I do hope you're going by train .....

 
At 1:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to apologise for my earlier post. I've been trying to configure my PC to let me participate in blogs like this, and my previous post was a test. (But I still hope you're going by train :) )

 
At 2:31 AM, Blogger Calvin Jones said...

Yes i am! you synical bastard! after my article on aviation you think i would fly? I also plan to carbon offset my travel using one of the sites in 'climate care' as linked from climate change resources. This isnt full proof but has the wwf gold standard so the carbon accounting is pretty vigorous, additionality is certain and uncertaity in reductions factored in.

 

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