Climate Justice Now: Report back from the UN climate change talks in Copenhagen

Friday, January 29, 2010 - 00:00 to 02:00

Keynote speaker Clayton Thomas-Muller of the Indigenous Environment Network will by joined by Dave Martin from Greenpeace Canada, Carolyn Egan from the Steelworker Toronto Area Council, and Kimia Ghomeshi from the Canadian Youth Delegation to give first hand analysis of the negotiations and to discuss how we can build a vibrant movement for Climate Justice in Toronto.

Admission: Free (Donations welcome)

Brett Rhyno, Toronto Climate Campaign

About Toronto Climate Campaign:

The Toronto Climate Campaign is a coalition of representatives from unions, environmental and social justice organizations, students, and citizens whose key initiative is to educate, motivate and mobilize a collective mass-movement to demand equitable and just solutions to global warming. Our goal is to effect an urgent shift by governments, businesses and institutions toward policies that aggressively promote sustainable living for all peoples and all species.



United Steelworkers Hall
25 Cecil St (south of college and just east of spadina)
M5T 1N1 Toronto , ON
43° 39' 24.624" N, 79° 23' 44.3004" W
Ontario CA

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