Climate change talk to take place at County Hall

Posted on - 1st November, 2015 - 8:00am | Author - | Posted in - Campaigns, Preston City Centre, Preston News, What's On in Preston
Lancashire County Council offices

Lancashire County Council offices

A climate change talk will take place at County Hall in Preston.


The event will on Tuesday, November 3 and start at 6.45pm.

Organised by Global Justice Now and Friends of the Earth, the event will be free of charge and is open to anyone who is interested in any way in climate change.

The subject of the discussion will be “Are Big Corporations Controlling Climate Change?”

Food will be provided at an earlier time of 6.00pm for anyone who is travelling home from work and needs a convenient place to eat to attend.

Sam Lund-Harket will be speaking on behalf of Global Justice Now with Jas Singh representing Friends of the Earth.

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