Tackling Peak Oil, Climate Change and Economic Breakdown
After two years of Ringing the Changes, we'll mark this year's International Day of Action on Climate Change by surfing The Wave of desire for a just international treaty at Copenhagen.
At an outdoor concert and mass action, organised by Stop Climate Chaos Northern Ireland, you'll be able to enjoy great music and entertainment. The Wave action itself will involve the crowd holding up blue objects, like painted placards or a pieces of cloth to form a vast sea of colour.
The event will take place on Saturday 5 December in Bank Square in Belfast city centre- just behind Tesco and right next to the famous Kelly's Cellars pub - from 1pm onwards.
Those wishing to participate in the event are asked to bring along anything blue that can be held aloft during the action. People can dress in blue or paint their faces or hands blue. The organisers will also have a few blue placards available on the day for those without a prop.
Stop Climate Chaos needs help in promoting the event throughout Northern Ireland. Anyone interested in spreading the word can get materials and ideas by emailing Niall Bakewell or phoning 028 9089 7592.
To find out how best to get to Belfast on 5 December go to Translink's website for bus and train times from your area.
Please join the Facebook group for the event and invite all your friends to join it as well.
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