Leaders Preserving Our Future: Pace & Priorities on Climate Change - Nov. 3, 2010, United Kingdom 6ème partie7ème partie
Des leaders qui préservent notre avenir : les priorités et progrès de la lutte contre le changement climatique - partie 1 / 7 Le 3 novembre 2010, Royaume-Uni
On November 3, the non-profit World Preservation Foundation co-hosted with Dods Parliamentary Services a unique gathering at the historic Central Hall Westminster in London, with speakers from government, science, media and advocacy organizations, to discuss the increasingly evident effects of climate change and explain how the production of food, and in particular livestock raising, is seriously impacting global warming, biodiversity loss, water shortages, and more.
“Leaders Preserving Our Future: Pace & Priorities Climate Change,” was attended by experts and dignitaries such as the Duchess of Norfolk; High Commissioner for Antigua and Barbuda, Dr. Karl Roberts; Dr. Ester van der Voet, a representative from the United Nations Environment Program, and the ambassadors of such countries as Russia, Bolivia, Nepal, and others.
The highlight of the afternoon was the presence of Supreme Master Ching Hai who delivered a message via video on solving the large environmental crises of concern in the meeting, as well as urging leaders and co-citizens alike to make courageous Earth-saving changes.
We now invite you to join us for part 1 of the 7-part rebroadcast of the live conference “Leaders Preserving Our Future: Pace and Priorities on Climate Change” on November 3, 2010, in Westminster, London, in the United Kingdom.
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