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People's Assembly on Climate Justice

Organize Empower Transform

Saturday December 4 2010

Venue: Sidney Smith Hall
Address: 100 St. George St
Cost: PWYC

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What: People’s Assembly on Climate Justice

When: Saturday December 4th, 2010, 9:30am-5pm

Where: Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George St, SS2118

Cost: PWYC (breakfast and lunch included)


This June, in advance of the G20, Toronto held its first People’s Assembly in community response to the climate crisis. Now on December 4th, 2010, we will gather again for the second Toronto People’s Assembly on Climate Justice.

Join fellow community organizers, activists, groups and neighbourhood participants to discuss what we can do to achieve a stronger and more united movement for Climate Justice in Toronto.

Using a horizontal process, the People’s Assembly continues the tradition of grassroots communities using collective principles to organize and empower themselves in order to transform the society they live in.

The December 4th Assembly is happening as part of a Global Day of Action initiated by Global Climate Campaign, and is in solidarity with La Via Campesina’s call for 1000 Cancuns as well as the national call by Council of Canadians for People’s Assemblies across Canada.

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Sponsors: Continuing Education Students' Association of Ryerson, Council of Canadians, Environmental Justice Toronto, Greenpeace, KAIROS Toronto, Now Magazine, OPIRG-Toronto, Ryerson Student’s Union, Sweets from the Earth, Toronto Climate Campaign, Toronto Bolivia Solidarity, United Church of Canada, UTERN


Endorsers: ActCity Ottawa, Air Pollution Coalition, Breathe Toronto, Barrio Neuvo, Canadian Youth Climate Coalition, Canadian Animal Liberation Movement, Canadians for Action on Climate Change, Climate and Capitalism, Code Pink Toronto, Common Frontiers Canada, CommunityAIR, Community Solidarity Response Toronto, Earth Rangers, Earthroots, ecoSanity, Environmental Justice Toronto, Food Not Bombs Toronto, Frantic City, Greater Toronto Workers' Assembly, Green Awakening Network, Greenspiration, Indigenous Environment Network, Just Earth, Latin America Caribbean Solidarity Network, No One Is Illegal -Toronto, Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, People’s Voice, Polaris Institute, ProtestBarrick.Net, Science For Peace, Sierra Youth Coalition, Tinto Coffee House, Toronto Vegetarian Association, Voice of Women Ontario, Women’s Healthy Environments NetworkZoocheck Canada

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