Join the Youth Climate Coalition in a worldwide call for a Real Deal at Copenhagen!

Posted by jossc — 10 December 2009 at 11:53am - Comments

A message from the Youth Climate Coalition...

YCC poster

Over the next two weeks, our leaders will negotiate the most important agreement of our time – one that must stop a climate catastrophe.

But they will only aim as high as we demand.

That's why on Saturday December 12th thousands will gather at climate vigils in every corner of the planet to send a clear message: The World Wants a Real Deal!

The Global Day of Action by TckTckTck has over 1000 events already registered across the world, and we want you to be part of the event in London, which is being jointly organised by the Youth Climate Coalition.

Where: Old Palace Yard, Westminster, London

When: Saturday December 12th, 4pm

What: Candlelit vigil followed by a UKYCC Flashdance and maybe a few extra surprises...

Throughout the day at 5 iconic locations in London we will be snapping pictures of hundreds of individuals each sending a message to our leaders of what they want saving from climate change.

Want to your mug shot taken? From 12pm - 3pm our team of photographers will be at:

Oxford Street, Buckingham Palace, Camden Lock, The London Eye and Wembley Stadium

So keep that date free and come and energise our leaders into action at the most crucial stage of the talks.

Other ways to support us:

  • Join the Facebook group event here and invite all your friends!
  • Follow the UKYCC on Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date
  • Change your status and get the message out there that we want a real deal at Copenhagen!
  • Volunteer to make the day happen by contacting
  • And if you'd like to take part in the flashdance:

Be in London on December 12th - and make a real deal happen!

About Joss

Bass player and backing vox in the four piece beat combo that is the UK Greenpeace Web Experience. In my 6 years here I've worked on almost every campaign and been fascinated by them all to varying degrees. Just now I'm working on Peace and Oceans - which means getting rid of our Trident nuclear weapons system and creating large marine reserves so that marine life can get some protection from overfishing.

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