Posted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 12:04 pm Post subject: 24 Hours of Reality - The Cost of Carbon
The Australian Conservation Foundation is organising the biggest ever climate conversation.
Host a screening for the Australian hour of 24 Hours of Reality, from 10-11 AM AEDT on Wednesday, 23 October.
ACF will help you with a hosting kit, phone support and if you like, will promote your event to ACF members near you! The ACF team is standing by to support you.
"Never doubt that a small, thoughtful group of committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."
Those radical greenies are at it again. The heads of the OECD, the World Bank and the IMF just called for world leaders to price carbon. Meanwhile our new government plans to repeal Australia's carbon price laws.
We refuse to stop talking about climate. On Wednesday, 23 October the Climate Reality Project will bring the world together for the largest ever discussion about climate action.
ACF's Don Henry will join Al Gore in a global live stream event 24 Hours of Reality: The Cost of Carbon and youíre invited!
Will you host a screening? Hit reply to this email and our Community Coordinator, Linh Do, will step you through the process.
Don't give in to inertia, apathy or despair! If we look to past movements for inspiration, we see change begins by gathering a small group of committed people around a common purpose.
24 Hours of Reality provides that opportunity to gather people in your workplace, family or community to renew the conversation on climate change. The timely theme is The Cost of Carbon.
Even if your gathering is small, you'll be part of something BIG. Last year, over 16 million people around the world tuned in. This year we plan to smash this record.
If youíre in Melbourne or Sydney and donít plan to host your own gathering, Climate Reality and ACF are hosting central events and we'd love your company! Details coming next week, along with other ways to engage.
If you're keen to host a screening, all you need is a space, a screen, decent internet access and some colleagues, friends or family able to take an hour out to learn more about climate threats Ė and one big solution.
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