Global Warming 5/5 Connect the Dots Event

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Global Warming 5/5 Connect the Dots Event

Postby Lynn » 01 May 2012, 21:05

Want to learn about Climate Change and Taiwan?
Want to meet other people who care?
Come (along with an umbrella) to Taipei's Connect the Dots Climate Change Event!

When: this Sat 5 May, 2-4pm (rain or shine!)
Where: SongShou Square Park (Xinyi District, a 10-min walk from Taipei City Hall MRT Station Exit 2. Walk towards Taipei 101--the park is between ShinKong Mitsukoshi Dept Store A8 Area and Taipei City Hall.)
--Make groups based on umbrella colors--discuss How We Fight Global Warming Now

--Short speeches by:
Prof. Wang Chin-Shou (王俊秀) from National Tsing-Hau University (NTHU): The Impact of Global Warming on Taiwan
Greenpeace: Climate Change and Food Safety in Taiwan
Young Taiwanese representatives to the upcoming Rio+20 international Global Warming Conference
Green Party of Taiwan: Government Policy about Climate Change

--Photo: Form a map of Taiwan with our umbrellas and bodies to show the effects of Climate Change on Taiwan. The photo will be uploaded to the international Connect the Dots Event website!

Here's a registration form:
(Register if you can, but more importantly, just come!)
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