2/16 Copenhagen Report Back in Washington, D.C.

Movement Generation and allies host
Evaluating Copenhagen:
What it Means for Ecology, Economy, and Equity
Tuesday, Feb. 16, 7-9 pm

at the Jewish Community Center Theatre
1529 16th St. Northwest, Washington, DC 20036
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This free event will provide alternative perspectives on the Copenhagen summit, reinforce the critical need for a UN climate process, and point to possible ways forward for the December 2010 meeting in Cancun.

DC Report Back – Featured Speakers:
Martin Khor, Director of the South Centre
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Director of the Tebtebba Foundation and Chair of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Maude Barlow, Chair of the Council of Canadians and Senior Advisor on Water to the President of the UN’s General Assembly
Gopal Dayaneni, Movement Generation, head of delegation to Copenhagen for US grassroots leaders from urban, racial, economic and environmental justice groups
Victor Menotti, Executive Director, International Forum on Globalization

Sponsored by the International Forum on Globalization, Institute for Policy Studies, Oil Change International, Friends of the Earth, Movement Generation, and ActionAid.