Which is more scary?
Stepping out and blocking a road OR talking to someone about Extinction Rebellion
We need more people to start the journey you’re already on – learning, involvement and action.
The “Heading for Extinction” talk is designed exactly for this.
Probably the most effective way for people to hear about it, is for us to tell our friends, colleagues, acquaintances about it.
And, for many of us this can be as challenging as blocking a road (or more!).
And it may be as effective (or more!).
Are YOU up for the challenge?
Simply copy and paste the email text below into an email to people you know
(perhaps whether or not you think they would be sympathetic)
And as it’s online, anyone in the UK can join. In fact anyone around the world! (with consideration to the time difference).
HEADING FOR EXTINCTION – and what to do about it
An online Zoom “talk and discussion” evening
An opportunity for anyone concerned about the climate and environment to learn more about what’s really happening, what can be done, and about Extinction Rebellion (XR)
Speakers from Extinction Rebellion will share the latest climate science on where our planet is heading, discuss some of the psychology around climate change and the contribution that social movements can make to accelerate positive change.
Forthcoming available dates (all from 7 to 9pm – UK time) with links to more information
- Wed 23 Sept
- Thu 1st Oct
- Tues 13th Oct
- with more dates coming (so if you can’t make these, still register below and we’ll keep you informed)
There will be time to ask questions and discuss afterwards.
It’s targeted at people new to XR, but everyone is welcome.
If you’d like to join one of the Zoom evenings (or can’t make the dates, but are interested in future ones)
Register by clicking this link https://forms.gle/W38wktoeWXhNhJJR6 and you’ll receive an email with a link to the Zoom meeting
There is a groundswell of climate issue pressure building for the radical changes and strategies we need the Government to put into action. Dabbling round the edges of climate change is beyond inadequate. Only heightened awareness, groundswell mobilisation across the country and forward planned actions and decisions can make a difference re what is inevitable if we stay passive.
Tell your friends about it (simply forward this email)
Any questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org