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Darren to host Climate Emergency Conversation Event

In October 2018, a United Nation’s IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report provided evidence that we have twelve years to save the planet from catastrophic climate breakdown consequences. Additionally, Parliament and local governments across the UK, including Bristol City Council, have declared a climate emergency. All of the warning lights are on and it must be brought to the top of the agenda both nationally and globally.

Join Darren Jones MP on Saturday 14th September 2019, for a discussion and Q&A’s on the biggest threat facing the environment and humanity, and why urgent action is needed now more than ever to create a sustainable, green future.

Please reserve your free ticket here.

Venue details available on ticket registration website.

Darren hosted Parliament’s first debate on climate change since the launch of the UN’s report, you can watch his full speech calling for increased attention and action on climate change, here.

You can keep up to date with Darren’s work on the environment and animal welfare here.