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Carbon Neutral Edinburgh planning 6pm Wed 13 Feb

Carbon Neutral Edinburgh planning 6pm Wed 13 Feb

Concerned about the Climate Emergency? We invite you to a Planning & Plotting session for turning the tide in 2019.

6 for 6.30pm, Wed 13 Feb. Free Refreshments from 6pm.

David Hume Tower Room LG07

George Sq

Edinburgh

EH8 8JX.

The focus will be on Edinburgh: The practical action we can do ourselves and the changes we can achieve in 2019. Contributions invited from Extinction Rebellion Edinburgh, Friends of the Earth Edinburgh, Radical Independence Campaign Edinburgh, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland and Scot.E3 Employment, Energy and Environment

All welcome. – a great opportunity to bring our ideas together, share dates for actions and meet others deeply worried about the low priority given to tackling Global Heating and Climate Disruption.

Please book your place through Eventbrite.  Show that you’re attending and share the event with your networks.

Details

Date:
February 13
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://cne13feb.eventbrite.co.uk

Venue

David Hume Tower LG07, George Sq, EH8 9JX
George Sq
Edinburgh, EH8 9JX United Kingdom
Website:
www.transitionedinburgh

Organiser

Transition Edinburgh
Phone:
07743 759 528
Email:
Edinburgh@transition.scot
Website:
www.transitionedinburgh.org.uk

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