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Kayak4Earth Canberra finale & petition hand-over

February 24, 2017

25 February 2017, Saturday 11.00 am, Lake Burley Griffin West Basin
Meet on the banks of Lake Burley Griffin West Basin near the ferry terminal (between the boat hire and the bike hire places) to welcome Steve Posselt as he paddles ashore. Welcome speeches will be followed by mingling over a BYO picninc lunch. Please bring placards and banners (hand-held only)! Then, we’ll wander over to ANU for the presentation and seminar, details below.

Please RSVP via EventBrite for the following FREE afternoon events at ANU: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/kayak4earth-and-climate-emergency-declaration-petition-canberra-finale-tickets-32180524816

25 February 2017, Saturday 1.00 pm – 2.40 pm, Manning Clark Lecture Theatre 3, ANU
Steve Posselt’s lively audio-visual presentation and talk about his Connecting Climate Chaos kayak odyssey, followed by questions. Exact location (which building and lecture theatre) to be advised soon. Then, an afternoon tea break, followed by Part 3 at the same location.

25 February 2017, Saturday 3.00 pm – 5.30 pm, Manning Clark Lecture Theatre 3, ANU
Engineers Australia Climate Action Seminar
Engineers Australia welcome to Steve and climate emergency seminar program. Speakers confirmed so far include President of Engineers Australia John McIntosh, Ian Dunlop, Simon Corbell, and Philip Sutton, with MC David Hood.


27 February 2017, Monday 12.00 noon to 12.30 pm, Australian Parliament House forecourt
Petition handover to Adam Bandt MP

We’re already collecting petition signatures to help reach the 100,000 target, so please sign it online right now at http://climateemergencydeclaration.org/sign

Steve is an engineer, an adventurer, and a passionate climate campaigner. He is making the Climate Emergency Declaration petition the focus of the last leg of his Connecting Climate Chaos kayak odyssey.http://kayak4earth.com/

Starting on 1 January 2017, Steve has been paddling down the NSW coast, stopping to give public talks and collect petition signatures on the way. Currently he is dragging his kayak to Canberra on wheels to deliver the petition.

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