The Wave – why the trees are preparing… on film! (#3)

The Wave is this weekend!

As governments from all around the world try to negotiate a deal on reducing CO2 emissions at Copenhagen in December, global forest destruction which accounts for nearly 20% of human induced CO2 emissions, will be high on the agenda. World media attention will be focused on reporting negotiations to stop the loss of  global forest cover.

To mark our support our remaining trees are looking forward to joining tens of thousands of people, from all walks of life, on Saturday 5th December on the streets of London and Glasgow in this peaceful, positive demonstration of support for a safe climate future from the Copenhagen talks…

Walk with our trees on the Wave and show your support for the UK Government in leading on an agreement for a strong deal for forests everywhere, and then taking action at home as a result…

(Keep an eye out for more films between now and the 5th; this is number 3 in a series of 4!)


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About Alice Farr

Senior Campaigner - ancient woodland
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