It seems that climate change talks have stalled in the face of the global recession, and that less and less is getting done. It has been brought to our attention that a lot of people seem to want to do something about this, and we thought we’d join in.
Tomorrow, 22nd September is the next UN Summit on climate change. Today is the day to make sure something gets done.
From lunchtime today, thousands will start flooding government and media offices with telephone calls, demanding action. In addition, two thousand rallies, demonstrations and marches are being held all over the planet.
Fancy adding your voice to the clamour? Give any of these guys a call, and make sure they know how important you think it is that they get to Tuesday’s meeting and commit to a “Fair, Ambitious and Binding” agenda on climate change.
- Gordon Brown, Prime Minister – 020 8144 7459
- Ed Milliband, Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change – 0207 979 7777
- David Milliband, Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs – 020 7008 1500
- Peter Mandelson, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills – 020 7215 6740
Get calling, or to find out more, visit http://www.avaaz.org/en/sept21_hub/