Join us in solidarity with the synchronized demonstrations around the world calling on world leaders to take urgent action on climate change. These demonstrations conincide with the annual United Nations Climate Talks taking place in Durban, South Africa.
Coffee and a light snack will be available. Please BYO mug and lunch!
10 am - Speakers & Videos (Patrick Bond on system change, Wild Law with Cormac Cullinan)
Live updates from Durban:
Patrick Bonin (AQLPA, Association Québécoise de Lutte contre la Pollution Atmosphérique)
Crystel Hajjar (CYD, Canadian Youth Delegation)
Toby Davine (CYD, Canadian Youth Delegation)
Hannah McKinnon (CAN, Climate Action Network)
Steven Guilbeault (Equiterre)
Richard Girard (Polaris Institute)
Mardi Tindal (Moderator, United Church of Canada)
Discussion, action going forward
2 pm - March in solidarity with Occupy Toronto!
If your group is interested in tabling, please contact [email protected]
Organized and hosted by:
Toronto Climate Campaign
Council of Canadians Toronto Chapter
Toronto People's Assembly on Climate Justice
CESAR - Continuing Education Students' Association of Ryerson
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