The Iowa Global Warming Campaign’s Copenhagen Closing Party
When: 4pm to 6pm, Friday December 18th
Where: Office of the Environmental Law & Policy Center, 505 5th Avenue, Suite 333, Des Moines
Who: The Iowa Global Warming Campaign, and dozens of area residents interested in climate change and clean energy.
(Des Moines) – World leaders have been meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark to negotiate an international treaty to fight climate change. The Environmental Law & Policy Center’s Iowa Global Warming Campaign will be hosting a “Copenhagen Closing Party” this Friday. This is a good opportunity for a local story about the President and other leaders’ attendance at the Copenhagen summit.
We will watch President Obama and other world leaders as they address the world about the importance of an international accord to reduce greenhouse gases. Des Moines area residents will also be writing Christmas cards to Senator Grassley asking for his support of a Renewable Electricity Standard to increase clean energy production and jobs.
“What’s been happening half a world away in Copenhagen has an effect on our actions to fight climate change and power our economy right here in Iowa” said Andrew Snow, Director of the Iowa Global Warming Campaign.
Food and Drinks will be on hand, come out and help us enjoy the last day of the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference.
More information please contact Christian at 515-244-3113 or firstname.lastname@example.org