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28 August 2009


Tackling climate change together - preview
Coverage of Yearly Meeting Gathering in the Friend has focused on the momentous changes in the way the Society deals with committed relationships and this was the main topic discussed in the plenary sessions
  • However, climate change and how we deal with it was the focus of over ten workshops
  • Sadly there were only about ten minutes left to devote to it at the final plenary, since so much time had been spent on agreeing a minute on committed relationships

  • Some workshops, such as those orga

    Gerald Conyngham

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