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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Things to do - Saturday 24 October 2009

Support's International Day of Climate Action on Saturday the 24th of October, along with WWF and hundreds of other partner organisations around the world as you
Vote for Earth!
Show your vote on and help create a global mandate for a fair and effective climate deal in December in Copenhagen.

What is 350 all about?
350 is the number that scientists have indicated is the safe upper limit for carbon dioxide—measured in "Parts Per Million" in our atmosphere. 350 PPM—it's the number humanity needs to get back to as soon as possible to avoid runaway climate change.
Source: Love Our Environment

Hike up Table Mountain this Saturday!...

TABLE MOUNTAIN HUMAN "350" (08h00-13h00)
Join a hike up Table Mountain via Platteklip gorge. We will be forming a human 350 on the table top which will be filmed from a helicopter to send out a powerful message to the world. We are meeting at 08h00 at the Lower Cable Station, Table Mountain Road. Wear Red, Orange or Yellow to symbolise global warming.

Take your ice blocks to Muizenberg this Saturday!...

MUIZENBERG MELTING "350" (09h00-16h00)
Join us on Muizenberg beach and gather around the number 350, set up in giant ice blocks. Use blastic lined cardboard boxes and 5L ice cream tubs to make ice blocks. Bring your ice blocks, be part of the photo, or take your own pictures from the beach or up on Boyes Drive.

March with your own banners down the street in Stellenbosch this Saturday!...

STELLENBOSCH "350" march (13h00-16h00)
Join us for a 30min march through Stellenbosch, starting on campus and passing through the historical centre. We will meet in the car park outside the General Administration Building B of Stellenbosch University on Victoria street and leave at 13h00 sharp! Draw 350 on your face or t-shirt and come with home-made 350 flags or banners. At the end of the march, we will gather on the grass in the shape of a big 350 for a final picture.

For more information on these and other actions happening in your area, visit or contact Africa Liaison, Samantha Bailey on

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