Oxfam, Islamic Relief, Birmingham Friends of the Earth, Birmingham TUC and Practical Action invite you to:

A discussion evening with Roger Godsiff, MP for Sparkbrook + Small Heath and Nazmul Chowdhury, a Climate Change Project Officer from Bangladesh

While the UK continues to discuss action to take on climate change, developing countries are already seeing the consequences.

We are joined by Nazmul Chowdhury to hear his first hand experience of the effects of climate change and how he is working to deal with the consequences on the ground in Bangladesh.

Local MP, Roger Godsiff will explain what he believes the Government should do in the way of climate change legislation for the UK and answer questions from the public in attendance.

Where: Moseley School, Wake Green Road, B13 9QD
(enter via Gate B, Spring Hill College entrance)

When: Friday 16th November, 7:15 for 7:30pm. End time: 9pm.

Open to all, free of charge. No need to book but to register interest or for more info or if you'd like to help with some leafleting to publicise the event,
call Chris Williams, 0121 632 6909 or email info@birminghamfoe.org.uk