Check Out the Climate Action Tour 2006

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This just in! If you’re in Vancouver and are interested in being part of creating solutions… then read on.

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Join Canadians across the country in developing a “Made by Canadians” climate action plan!

You are invited to participate in an interactive workshop to put your energy and ideas into a vision for what we should do as a country to address climate change.

Thursday September 21
6:30 pm, (doors 6:15 pm)
UBC Robson Square – Room C180 (800 Robson Street)

Admission is free, register your spot at www.climatetour.ca or contact
Chris Mott – [email protected], 604-839-4408

The Climate Action Tour 2006 is crossing the country collecting input from Canadians. The workshop will  feature a briefing on climate change and Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions, and then the evening will be devoted to input from citizens on the following questions:

  • How is climate change affecting you?
  • What should be in a Canadian climate change plan?
  • How can we make it happen?

A summary of the ‘Made by Canadians’ recommendations will be presented to the Prime Minister in fall 2006.

This event is hosted by the BC Sustainable Energy Association and the Climate Action Network of Canada.
www.bcsea.org
www.climateactionnetwork.ca
  

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