Duncan Law will be showing a film and giving a talk about biomass at Brent Friends of the Earth's (Brent FoE) monthly meeting. It take place at Brent Civic Centre in Wembley on Tuesday October 14th at 7.30pm.
Duncan Law, from Biofuel Watch and Transition Town Brixton, will be presenting a short film and giving a talk about the issues around the use of biomass as an energy source.
“Friends of the Earth believes that bio-energy has a role to play in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, but only if it is done in a way that protects wildlife and people's livelihoods, and guarantees emissions cuts. Duncan will be explaining more about this important issue, and the questions it throws up regarding land use and protection of the environment,” said Pam Laurance, a coordinator of Brent Friends of the Earth.
Everyone is welcome to attend this free event, and would also be welcome to stay for the rest of the regular monthly group meeting.
The talk and film will start at at 7.30pm till approximately 8:30pm. Ask at the Civic Centre reception desk for directions to the 3rd Floor Drum, Boardrooms 7&8. Brent Civic Centre is in Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ, nearest tube Wembley Park. For more information see http://www.brentfoe.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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