Planet Moving Day Saturday 24 September

September 18, 2011 at 6:02 pm 1 comment

Planet Moving Day  is a world wide event to draw attention to the fact that the safe level of CO2 for the planet is 350 ppm.

Melbourne people will converge – by bike, roller skates, tram, boat, train, pogo stick, skateboards and other non-fossil fuel transport- to form a giant human sign for 350 and a safe climate future in Waterfront City, Docklands.

Come along to this family-friendly event to hear inspiring speakers, have you face painted, meet great people, and be part of something huge.

Join the Climate Action Moreland bike and pogo convoy!

We’ll be meeting other groups at CERES at 12.30pm on Saturday 24th September and then join our friends from Darebin Climate Action Now at St George’s Road.

For more info on the day, including an answer to the question – what’s so special about 350? – check out: http://www.moving-planet.org/events/au/melbourne/337

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  • 1. takver  |  September 21, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    Expect a few people from Fawkner – we are meeting at Merri Creek Path at the end of Jukes Road, Fawkner at 11.45am leaving 12 noon to meet up with Brunswick people at Ceres at 12.30pm.
    http://fawkner.org/2011/09/21/moving-planet-350-day/

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This is the current C02 in our atmosphere. We need to get it below 350 for a safe climate.

Current CO2 concentration in the atmosphere

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