Friday, 1 February 2008

Climate change events in Liverpool

A plug for events being organised by Liverpool Friends of the Earth this month.

There is one next Saturday (the 9th) an another the following Saturday at the FACT Centre.

Details posted below. Do come along to one or both if you can.


Join The Big Ask On-Line March! In and around FACT

Join Jude Law, KT Tunstall and your mates in a virtual march to act on climate change! A free filming session to place your own mini-blog on Friends of the Earth's climate website.

Have your say – log on – see yourself! See

A crew from tenantspin ( FACT's and Arena Housing's pioneering community TV station will be around the FACT building from 11am – 1pm and 2 – 3.30pm collecting interviews with members of the public for the Big Ask which will then be uploaded to the mini-blog.


Film Focus: Liverpool's Response to Climate Change

A special showing of Crude Awakening (tickets £3.50*)

in FACT Screen 3

Followed by 'speed dating' chat sessions in the Bar.

How are local communities, businesses, and our City's Capital of Culture activities aiming to keep the emissions down? Hosted by Frank Kennedy of Friends of the Earth NW. Speakers from a business, a community group and the City itself will mix it with the rest of us until 4.30pm. Extra time if needed (no penalties!)

Before and after – spot yourself on film! The Big Ask web footage from last Saturday will be projected in the bar.

*FACT box office: 0151 707 4450


Patricia said...

The root cause of the environmental declines we are facing throughout the world is a fulfillment of Bible prophecy. Once one-fourth part of the earth is destroyed (Re.6:7-8) we will move forward to the next Seal events, followed by Trumpet events, followed by Plague events. The earth is on a downhill slid; it will not recover. The first four Trumpet events will destroy an additional one-third part (Re.8:7-12).

Patricia (ndbpsa ©) Bible Prophecy on the Web

Paula said...

Well, taking that view we should all just accept we are doomed and it wouldn't matter what we did to cause damage. In fact however I remember that there is material in the Bible about stewardship and many leading church people talk about the need for responsible stewardship and protecting the planet. These are diametrically opposing views and I know whichone I prefer.