Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Towards a Safe Climate - 14th April - A great event organised by the Climate Network

The Community Climate Network Queensland (CCNQ) has a great event coming up on the 14th of April. The Transition Towns network in Brisbane, including Transition Kenmore is part of the CCNQ and we encourage everyone to head down to this event.

Please join us for a great evening!

Towards a Safe Climate: A community forum and networking event
When: Wednesday 14 April 6.30 - 8.30pm
Venue: ETU Building, 41 Peel St, South Brisbane (MAP)

The night features speakers who will share their experiences at Copenhagen and the National Climate Summit; updates from Queensland on coal and sustainable jobs; and an open forum.
This event gives you a chance to learn about what is happening locally and around the world and how you and Transition Kenmore can contribute to the movement in Queensland to help reach a safe climate.

Free, Everyone is welcome.
Please RSVP online so we can cater light refreshments:
http://www.climatenetworkqld.org/RSVP

Here's the poster, click to enlarge

SPEAKERS

MC and speaker on the International scene post-Copenhagen:
David Hood, Adjunct Professor (QUT) and Climate Project Presenter

The National Scene: issues & actions from the National Climate Summit
Ewan Saunders, CCNQ

Coal, Climate and Queensland
Hava Mendelle, sixDegrees.org.au

Sustainable Jobs
Peter Simpson, Electrical Trades Union

Communities and the Climate Movement
Howard Nielsen, Pine Rivers CAN and Transition Towns.

1 comment:

  1. We need to adapt. Take a look at this article The Great Transition: http://www.scribd.com/doc/21656220/The-Great-Transition-Navigating-Social-Economic-Ecological-Change-in-Turbulent-Times

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