Thursday, October 9, 2008

3rd Carbon Neutral Dance will focus on Ghana reforestation projects on Friday 24 October which is also United Nations Day!

Reduce your carbon footprints by taking small footsteps on the dance floor!

We invite you and your friends to join us at our third fundraising party this year which aims to raise funds for our climate change mitigation projects combine with our sustainable livelihoods projects for long term poverty reduction in Ghana.

Friday 24 October on the 2nd floor of The Cuban from 7.30pm to 12.30am

The address is Camden Lock stables market, 23 Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AH London.

Entry is £15 for two people and £15 for three students with valid University IDs which is the actual cost of planting and maintaining a rubber tree for 35 years, with environmental, social and economical benefits creating sustainable livelihoods for the poor whilst mitigating climate change.

Live performances!

DJ Alordia is back - dance to African music from Ghana and other rhythms throughout the night with your friends and colleagues. You will hear famous Ghanaian singers from Accra like Sydney and Castro below sing for you as we also celebrate the United Nations Day on 24 October 2008. As you know former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan is also from Ghana.

We also want to share with you that the second series of Element individuals, all climate changers, was launched on September 11 as part of the MTV Switch global climate change campaign.

Element TV is now going out to 165 TV channels in 162 countries to reach half a billion viewers on planet earth and there is more info on

We are very grateful to UnLtd for supporting the 3rd CND. We hope to see you all on the dance floor dancing to some powerful and colourful African music!

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