Karen Inwood , director of IPES (the Permaculture Institute of El Salvador), is giving a talk at the School of Geography on Monday 30 November at 7 pm at the School of Geography Lecture Theatre (School of Geography East building). Her talk will focus on IPES’s efforts to develop the structures and knowledge base to best tackle climate change in rural communities in El Salvador. Karen is an insping speaker.
A vegan Meal by the Cafe Collective* accompanied by Short Films and a Talk on the 1999 WTO protest at Seattle and how this relates to the mass mobilisations happening in Copenhagen next month. Followed by a nice game of Activist Bingo.
£4 all proceeds go to help people from the Uk get to Copehagen for the COP15 mass actions!
In 1999 tens of thousands of protesters shut down the WTO conference creating a global anti-capitalist movement. Come and find out more.
A question weve all pondered to ourselves and Iv often lost a good nights sleep over, Nows your chance to find out!!
Make a guess on how many people you can fit in the G.A. Co-op with the chance to win a bag of Veggie/co-op goodies. worth 15squid!!
Sign up at the co-op, a pound a guess, then come along on Wednesday 2nd Decemember 1pm to see how many we can actually fit in, nice chance to catch up with your Green action buddies (in close proximity) and find the answer to that burning question.
Old Sleningford Farm is an amazing place well worth a visit - a thriving informal community dedicated to having a good time whilst demonstrating a low impact way of life, inspiring self reliance through sharing ideas and resources.