Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Climate Camp Pitch in Parliament Square

This Saturday Dec 8th, the Climate Camp pitch at Westminster for the International Day of Action on Climate Change.

On 8th December 2007, the Climate Camp will be pitching the Climate Change message to the Nation from the grassy knoll of Parliament Square.

The 7th great public demonstration on Climate Change will wend its merry way from the seat of the British Government in Westminster to the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square, where a rally will be held, demanding that America join the winning team.

"We just want the US to play ball on Global Warming policy", said one
camper, "so we're pitching them a curve this weekend. Don't play up in Bali -
just play ball !"
To continue with the American sports metaphors, we hope to see you on the home run with us, starting at 12 o'clock noon midday at Victoria Gardens, Milbank, close to the Houses of Parliament, London, England.

Wear sports clothing adorned with appropriate slogans, carry placards with relevant team messages, and put on baseball caps - for a legally binding capping of Greenhouse Gas Emissions.

Taking part :-
Global Climate Campaign
Campaign against Climate Change
Climate Camp
u4d8 : United for December 8th

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At 1:38 AM, Blogger C.H. said...

As an American, I must say that I prefer the "wait and see" aproach in regards to climate change. We should wait to see if reducing emmissions will actually make a difference before we do anything drastic. I think that's the big difference between you guys in the UK and us Americans.


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