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Election Question Time - What kind of Britain? Visions of a sustainable economy

Join Cambridge Parliamentary candidates on behalf of Transition Cambridge and University of Cambridge Department of Geography - for a discussion of a resilient, sustainable economy and society.

General election hustings on behalf of the Amnesty, Oxfam, and No2ID Cambridge groups. Chair: Andie Harper of the BBC. Location: Emmanuel United Reformed Church. Time: 7:30 for 8pm, ending at 10pm

What kind of Britain? Visions of a sustainable economy

A debate with Cambridge's general election candidates:
* Nick Hillman (Conservative)
* Tony Juniper (Green)
* Daniel Zeichner (Labour)
* Julian Huppert (Liberal Democrat)

Engage the candidates in a discussion on a range of pressing issues: from peak oil, economic growth and energy policy to food security, climate change, global justice and biodiversity.

All are welcome and admission is free (donations much appreciated). Bring your friends and your most pressing questions for Cambridge’s candidates.

Please spread the word! Use this link to invite your friends on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=111967265505185

For more information and directions, go to www.transitioncambridge.org


Mr Tony Juniper | talks | www
Nick Hillman | talks
Julian Huppert | talks
Daniel Zeichner | talks


Date and Time:

28 April 2010 at 8:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Emmanuel United Reform Church
Trumpington Street

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Organised by:

Cambridge Green Party
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