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The National Climate March

Nov 11

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11/11/2008 10:59  RssIcon

Join the March in London on December 6th.

 

The National Climate March in London on December 6th is organised by the Campaign Against Climate Change as part of their focus on raising the public profile of issues related to Global Warming.


This year's March will be absolutely critical, as it takes place while the UN climate talks are in train and decision makers won't yet have made up their minds ahead of the Copenhagen climate talks in 2009, where the successor to the Kyoto agreement will be finalised. So this is our chance to influence their decisions.


The march in London will be part of a Global Day of Action, with at least 70 other countries calling for a strong agreement on the same day. It will also be a chance to bring the issues of Coal, Aviation, Biofuels and Renewable Energy together to the streets of London. The aim is to make the event so big that the government will have to take notice.


Details on the website and available by e-mail: info@campaigncc.org or by phone: 020 7833 9311.

 

 

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