Join us for our special Refugee Week campaign meeting. During the meeting we will explore how deforestation is linked to climate change and migration.

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About the meeting
The meeting is open to everyone whether or not you have been involved in the Planet Over Profit campaign before. We will start the meeting with a presentation about the campaign (what we are calling for and what actions we have done so far). This will be followed by a Q&A and a discussion. There will also be an opportunity for you to take action and help shape the next steps of the campaign.

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About our Planet Over Profit campaign
Friends of the Earth are calling on the UK government to pass a new law which will hold companies accountable for the damage they are causing to the environment and the people.

Poorly regulated supply chains for our everyday goods are fuelling destruction and abuse around the world. Despite lots of talk about sustainability in recent years, corporations are still not doing enough to clean up their supply chains. But these companies can’t avoid accountability forever. Together with the Corporate Justice Coalition, we’re demanding a new law to force companies to prevent environmental damage and human rights abuses in their supply chains. This law is well within reach – similar legislation is already in place in France and Germany.

You can find out more about the campaign on our website: https://birminghamfoe.org.uk/planet-over-profit-2

You can sign the petition here: https://action.friendsoftheearth.uk/target/tell-your-mp-stop-corporate-abuse

Accessibility
During the session we will use Zoom and Powerpoint. You don’t need to prepare or read anything before the session – it’s designed for everyone, no matter your campaign experience level.

Please let us know via the booking form if you have any accessibility requirements or alternatively you can email us on info@birminghamfoe.org.uk.

Other details
If you wanted to discover more about our campaigns before the meeting, have a look round our website or follow us on social media:
www.birminghamfoe.org.uk
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