Get your own bit of earth for Earth Day and help stop the third runway

Posted by tracy — 21 April 2010 at 12:24pm - Comments

Thursday's Earth Day and what better way to mark the occasion than by getting your own piece of  earth that will help block the third runway at Heathrow?

Last year we bought a piece of land slap bang in the middle of the proposed site for third runway at Heathrow and we'd like you to join us as a beneficial owner on the deed. We've got to close the deeds by April 30th so this is pretty much your last chance to join. The land is already shared by over 80,000 owners and we need you to help us reach 100,000 by the end of the month.

Once the deed is sorted we'll be handing it over to the new government to show the scale of opposition to Heathrow expansion and that we are prepared to block the proposal every step of the way. Because if this runway goes ahead, Heathrow will be the largest single source of emissions in the UK.

Sign up here to join Airplot and get your name on the deed - we'll also keep you up to date with other ways you can help protect the plot, the climate and the planet.

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For Earth Day 2010, WAVE, a European Commission initiative, is launching a unique, visually enabled debate forum specifically dedicated to the impacts of air travel on climate change and we would like to invite Greenpeace to join the Wave and participate in a global day of action conversations.

The forum, which is free of charge to all users, will use ground breaking graphical techniques to enable everyone, regardless of their level of knowledge, to exchange views on complex climate change issues.

The results of the discussions will be shared with politicians across Europe to help them make better informed decisions on climate change measures.

To join the debate and contribute to WAVE’s Earth Day discussions prospective participants visit www.jointhewave.org

For Earth Day 2010, WAVE, a European Commission initiative, is launching a unique, visually enabled debate forum specifically dedicated to the impacts of air travel on climate change and we would like to invite Greenpeace to join the Wave and participate in a global day of action conversations. The forum, which is free of charge to all users, will use ground breaking graphical techniques to enable everyone, regardless of their level of knowledge, to exchange views on complex climate change issues. The results of the discussions will be shared with politicians across Europe to help them make better informed decisions on climate change measures. To join the debate and contribute to WAVE’s Earth Day discussions prospective participants visit www.jointhewave.org

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