Bountiful Bristol Bulletin


Climate Change – a Global Injustice – A Talk by nadiacatkinhillman
September 16, 2007, 11:08 am
Filed under: Transition

Rich countries are most responsible for climate change
It is poor countries who will suffer the worst effects.
George Monbiot (journalist, campaigner and author of Heat – How to
stop the
planet burning)
Andrew Simms of the New Economics Foundation
Kate Raworth. – Senior Researcher, Oxfam
Chaired  by  Vala Ragnarsdottir, Professor of Environmental
Sustainability,
Bristol University
Thursday, Oct 18th 6-9pm, Broadmead Baptist Church.
Union Street, Bristol BS1 3HY (near to Tesco Metro)

A  whole range campaigning organisations will be present and will take
part
in  an action marketplace from 6-7pm followed by speakers, Q & A and
debate
between 7-9pm.
Tickets   £2  (£1concessions)  available  from  Oxfam  Shop,  Park
Street,
http://www.agoraspace.org, 0117 9574652
Or rja@oxfam.org.uk 0117 916 6473
.
This event is part of the Agora/COIN speaker series and is in
partnership
with Oxfam
This event takes place as the UK Climate Bill begins its passage
through
Parliament and in the run up to crucial International Climate talks in
Bali
in December – action now is vital!

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