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Come solve climate change challenges with Tree Africa’s CEO – London event

Africa will feel the brunt of the adverse effects of climate change. But how prepared are we to meet these challenges? How do we make sure that Africa’s development drive takes adequate consideration of the environment? What interesting environmental initiatives are already being implemented on the continent that we can plug into?

These are some of the questions we’ll be addressing at the June New Ideas for Africa in London. The theme is “Environment and Sustainable Development” and we’ll be joined by Charlene Hewat, CEO of Zimbabwean NGO, Tree Africa who will share some of the work of her organisation. We will then open the session up for everyone to share their views and experiences about living sustainably.

After the discussion, we will have the ideas workshop and welcome practical initiatives around enviroment and sustainable development in Africa.

Please extend this invitation to other people in your network who have a passion for the environment and stimulating positive change in Africa.

Date: Wednesday 24 June 2009
Time: 6:30pm-9pm
Venue: UnLtd, 123 Whitecross Street, Islington, London, EC1Y 8JJ
Map:http://tinyurl.com/UnLtdOffice (nearest tube: Old Street/Barbican/Moorgate)

There is a £5 contribution to support the event (light refreshments included).

We look forward to a fun, inspiring and knowledge sharing evening!

Femi and the Africa++ team

Learn more here.

– New Ideas for Africa –

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June 22, 2009 at 10:07 pm 2 comments


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