Fossil Free Tour

October 31 - November 1, 2013

Take part in the Fossil Free Tour this autumn and find out about the fossil free movement calling for disinvestment from fossil fuels. The tour features dynamic speakers Bill McKibben (International Climate Campaigner) and Kumi Naidoo (Greenpeace International Director), plus other speakers from across social movements, including Christians who are campaigning for UK Churches to disinvest. For more information see Operation Noah’s Bright Now campaign about church disinvestment: The events will be a 2-hour interactive show with powerful videos, including Naomi Klein and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, live music from the ground-breaking artist Filastine and representatives from grassroots climate campaign groups.

30 October, Edinburgh. Assembly Hall, New College Church of Scotland Building. 7.00pm

31 October, Birmingham Great Hall, University of Birmingham. 7.00pm

1 November, London Troxy, 490 Commercial St, E1 0HX. 7.30pm (doors 6.30pm)

The Fossil Free UK campaign could not come at a more vital time. The latest research has shown that the fossil fuel industry has 5 times more carbon in their reserves than is safe to burn. Put simply, we need to stop them. The divestment movement has led to great social change around the world, from Apartheid to the tobacco industry. In under a year the Fossil Free movement has already seen 36 institutions abandon their links to dirty fossil fuels including church denominations in US, Australia and New Zealand. It's time for the UK to follow suit, and the Fossil Free tour will explain how we can successfully bring the energy of this movement here.

Be part of a unique and complete experience and find out how you can take action on disinvestment. There is small cost on a sliding-scale donation of between £5 to £20 to cover venue costs.