What’s your view on climate change?

Participants are invited to join the citizen consultation in Bangaluru to voice opinions about the issue of climate change, as part of a world-wide consultation on the topic to be held this Saturday.

Centre for Social Markets (CSM), a non-profit organization dedicated to making markets work for the triple bottom line- people, planet and profit, is conducting a citizen consultation in Bangalore to voice opinions about the issue of climate change. This is part of a world-wide consultation on the topic to be held on Saturday, 26 September 2009.

26 September is the World Wide Views day and will be the first ever and largest citizen consultation of its kind! Thousands of citizens all over the world will meet and vote about the same questions.

This is to invite you to participate in this day long event on 26 September at Hotel Chancery from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm. Lunch and refreshments are taken care of.

The citizen opinions will be collated and combined with data from around the world live on that day. The results of these consultations will be given to all the negotiating teams that will be at Copenhagen, Denmark in December 2009 at the Conference of Parties to agree on a global treaty to mitigate climate change.

CSM is  trying to have as diverse a group as possible, therefore pre-registration is required. Kindly send in the following details, by 24 September, to sangeeta [at] managementnext [dot] com.

CSM  will respond to you with confirmation.
· Full name
· Gender
· Age (you must be 18 years or older)
· Profession
· Contact number (preferably mobile)

Each individual must submit a separate email application. ⊕

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