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A Community Meeting to Confront the Global Warming Crisis in Bali on Saturday, April 28, 2007.


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(4/22/2007)

Bali's Canggu Club will host a live multi-media presentation on the Climate Crisis Project - The Science & Solutions featuring certified Climate Project® presenter, environmental engineer and long-time Bali resident, Emerald Starr, on Saturday, 28 April, 2007 from 6.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m..

Starr, selected and trained by former U.S. Vice-President, Al Gore, is now part of coordinate effort to bring the message of Global Warming to the world. Based on the internationally acclaimed Oscar Winning documentary and book, An Inconvenient Truth, Starr's presentation endeavors to expose the myths and misconceptions surrounding the controversial issue of global warming and present ways the Bali community can work together to halt the deadly progress the coming man-made catastrophe.

Canggu Club's General Manager, Marc Dressler says: "The Club has adopted and continues to implement many environmental strategies within our facility and operations and fervently believe in doing whatever we can to contribute to our island and make our planet ecologically better. We have invited Emerald Starr - one of only 1000 certified presenters worldwide - to present this exclusive first time event to the Bali community as part of our Canggu Outreach Program. The Club is in avid support of improving Bali's eco stance and have also invited several environmental groups to participate in the event with educational booths, kids recycling and making paper activities and entertainment for this event."

The special evening includes the participation of several environmental groups in Bali including the Environmental Bamboo Foundation, Bali Teak Farms, Bali Green Team Five Elements and Wisnu Recycling who will all operate educational booths and provide information on their work at the April 28th event.

Emerald Starr is one of nearly 1,000 people trained by The Climate Project® to deliver a science-based presentation. The presenters were selected from a pool of thousands of applicants and, in return for their training, have agreed to share the fruits of their training with their local communities. The Climate Project presenters have targeted to reach more than one million people in 2007.

According to Starr: "We are at a turning point in human history on Earth. Our actions now will determine the quality of life for our children and many generations to come. There is not an issue more critical for us to take action on. I want to do all that I can to insure the health and well being of my children and grandchildren. In 10 years I want to be able to look back with pride and satisfaction that I did everything that I could do."

Climate Crisis - The Science & Solution - A multi-media slideshow on global warming and discussion of solutions

Saturday 28 April 2007, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Canggu Club Bali, Jalan Pantai Berawa, Canggu

The presentation is suitable for children age 12 years or older. For more information contact The Canggu Club at telephone ++62-(0)361-844 63 85. Limited seating. Bookings recommended.


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