Thursday, 25 February 2010

Climate change & Britain's Public Debt: A Public Meeting

Rich countries have grown wealth through a model of development that has pushed the planet to the brink of climate crisis. It is the poor communities, those least responsible for climate change who are already facing its worst impacts. In a world with a limited capacity to absorb carbon, rich countries have already used more than their fair share. We now owe a huge climate debt to the world’s poorest people.

A public meeting with Rt Hon Douglas Alexander MP, Secretary of state for International Development
Deborah Doane, Director of the World Development Movement
Rev. Ian Galloway, Convener of the Church of Scotland’s Church and Society Council

Friday 19th March 6-7.30 pm
At the Wynd centre 6 School Wynd Paisley

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