UofT COP15 Cheryl from Minden, ON message to Barry Devolin and the Canadian Government.





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Published on Nov 11, 2009

This December the world will meet in Copenhagen, Denmark to forge a new international protocol that will map our common climate future beyond Kyoto which expires in 2012. People from around the world are calling for their governments to work toward an effective, fair and binding global agreement in Copenhagen. Climate change is happening at an accelerated pace and we need strong, scientifically based, and immediate cuts in carbon emissions by 2020 and beyond to avoid dangerous levels that will affect our health, economy, infrastructure, water, ecosystems, food and coasts. The outcomes of Copenhagen will shape the type of world that we will live in and its time to start the conversation among ourselves and bring our voices together!

Have your say and let your individual voice be part of a movement. Submit your video to uoftcop15.

1)What would you like for Canada to do at the climate negotiations in Copenhagen?
2)How will you do your part to combat climate change?
3)My name is _______ I am from _______. My MP is _______. AND I VOTE!

Learn more and Act at www.uoftcop15.ca


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