Bournemouth 350 – Saturday 24th October

World Climate Change Day of Action – local event

Get together with friends and family to walk, cycle or bus down to Bournemouth beach to send an urgent message to world leaders in the lead-up to climate talks in Copenhagen.

We’ll be for

ming a giant ‘350’ (see www.350.org) and taking a photo from the cliff top.

Wear something blue. Bring a picnic. Help to build a giant sandcastle.

Local groups involved include East Dorset Friends of the Earth, B’mouth&Poole Greenpeace, local Transition Towns, Poole Agenda 21,
SE Dorset Green Party and Christian Aid.

Meet below the West Cliff cable car

at 12.00 noon.

Why 350? Leading scientists and climate experts now believe that 350 parts per million is the upper safe limit of

CO2 in our atmosphere. We’re currently at 386 ppm.
Why Blue? It’s the colour for “The Wave” – the big Stop Climate Chaos March in London on December 5th. Be There Too!

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