Dates

Monday 5 October 2009, 9am – 5.30pm
Friday 4 December 2009, 9am – 5.30pm

Venue

The Resource Centre,
356 Holloway Road,
London,
N7 6PA
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Adapting to climate change with floating garden rice cultivation in Bangladesh

Invitation from Practical Action

As climate change becomes increasingly urgent, more people are seeking to expand their understanding of the issues which surround it. This course not only clarifies the basics, such as how weather differs to climate, but also explores the myriad of factors that impact the negotiation processes involving our governments as they discuss this global crisis.

Practical Action has a wealth of experience in working with those currently facing the realities of climate change – the poor in the less developed world – and will showcase some of the projects it has already delivered to help people adapt their lifestyles and infrastructure in the face of their changing environment.

The two separate dates are timed with December’s 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in mind.

Sign up now to the 5 October course and become better informed as pre-conference negotiations continue. Find out more here

Alternatively, attend the 4 December course which falls a day before the Stop Climate Chaos Coalition’s ‘The Wave’ event, also in London. Be an informed member of the wave!

To confirm your place, please complete the booking form for your chosen date and send it, along with payment, to the address provided on the form.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Register

To book a place on the course, please complete the booking form below for your chosen date and send it, along with payment, to the address provided on the form.
  • Booking form 5 October: Word | PDF
  • Booking form 4 December: Word | PDF

Further details

Find out more about the course here

If you have any questions about the course, please email Sophie Peachey at consulting at practicalaction.org.uk or call 01926 634 403.

Read more about Practical Action's work to reduce the impact of climate change on poor communities here