Time To Act meeting on the 10th June

Come along to The Time to Act on Climate Change meeting, which will be held on 10th June from 7-9 pm in the October Gallery (24 Old Gloucester St, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3AL).
The purpose of this meeting is to bring together all of us working on climate, to share what we are currently working on and find key moments within our campaigning where we can support each other.
We are many, but are often spread out. By working together we can have the public presence that we know we should have.
There will be a dedicated space at the meeting for all representatives to share what they are currently working on, with the aim to encourage cross support for all our activities.
The Time to Act Campaign aims to highlight the urgent need for effective policies to tackle climate change in the run-up to the 2015 General Election and at the international climate change summit on climate change in Paris in December 2015. Change is possible. A move away from fossil-fuels is essential. Investment should be in renewables, not fracking; in public transport and modern, climate-friendly technologies. Millions of jobs can be created.
Campaign against Climate Change is staging a series of exciting events as part of Time to Act, including The Climate and Energy Revolution Tour, in which we are travelling to film stories of people already blazing a trail in harnessing wind and solar energy in a democratic and non-corporate way. The end result will be a film called Time To Act on Climate Change: Join the Energy Revolution.
As well as this we are organising with students for national climate occupations at the time of the COP talks in Paris, having a 2 day conference this December as part of a global day of action during this year's COP. There will also be a mass mobilisation and carnival in London on 7th March 2015.
We do hope you will be able to join us for the Time to Act on Climate Change meeting, and we would love if you could be part of the wider campaign.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 - 19:00 to 21:00