Building a Global Climate Movement – COP21 and Beyond 17/11/15

November 17th at 7:30pm, Keynes Hall – Kings College. All welcome!

A positive agreement at the COP21 conference in Paris this year is essential. As carbon emissions continue to rise, and we come closer to the 2 degree cut off, it is vital that our leaders come together to make real political change. But what is COP21? What do we need from it? How can we put pressure on our politicians to act? And, if negotiations fail, what next?

Join Zero Carbon Society, *TABITHA SPENCE*, (co-international Secretary of Campaign against Climate Change, co-author of the One Million Climate Jobs project and part of the team at Fossil Free Cambridgeshire) and *SAMA BAKR* (Reclaim the Power and Time to Cycle) on November 17th at 7:30pm where we will be hosting a discussion about COP21, international civil society processes and direct actions in the lead up to COP. Zero Carbon Soc will also be on hand if you have any questions about our campaign and how to get involved.

It is #timetoact.

*In conjunction with CUSU Ethical Affairs as part of Ethical Affairs week: November 15th – 21st*