Are you interested in learning more about climate change and holding those in power accountable? Climate Action Movement (CAM) is a student-led non-hierarchical society at the University of Sussex committed in effective action to combat climate change on a global level through learning, teaching and doing. Our meetings consist of activities, presentations, discussions, speakers, events and much more. We organise peaceful protests throughout the year and engage in events related to climate change.
A lot of our members are volunteers of Plan B Earth, which is a nationwide environmental charity currently involved in a lawsuit against the British government challenging their inadequate and inconsistent climate change targets, and a second lawsuit against the expansion of Heathrow airport. This is a picture with some of our members at a peaceful protest outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London, UK:
You can follow Plan B's movement on Facebook (@ThereIsAPlanB), Instagram (@planb.earth) and Twitter (@PlanB_earth).
You can become a member by pressing the "Add this membership to basket" button under the "Join Us" section for free. We meet at Fulton 213 every Tuesday from 18:00-19:30 starting on 1st of October 2019. You can attend any and all meetings and events, everyone is welcome!
If you would like to meet the Climate Action Movement society in person to discuss any questions before joining, find us at the Freshers' Fair on 23rd of September 2019 from 11:00-16:00.
If you have any questions, ideas or thoughts feel free to contact us via messenger through our facebook page (@CAMSussex) or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/CAMSussex/
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