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*Another vigil by candlelight for climate change*

*2009/12/11 *
*Guy Rogers ENVIRONMENT & TOURISM EDITOR*

A SECOND candlelight vigil in support of a meaningful deal at the Copenhagen
climate change summit has been scheduled for Victoria Park in Port Elizabeth
tomorrow evening.

Like the event organised for Schoenmakerskop, anyone interested in the
issues should bring themselves, family and friends as well as a torch or
candle each. The rendezvous time is 5.30pm.

Dusty Brennan, of the international activist group Avaaz, who is co-
ordinating the event in Victoria Park (near the VP schools) said the two
Port Elizabeth vigils would be part of a network of similar events staged
simultaneously in 130 countries.

“Millions of citizens and hundreds of organisations are calling for a
three-point ‘real deal’ to be reached in Copenhagen. The three-point deal
has been endorsed by every major global environmental group including 350
(which is behind the Schoenies event), Avaaz, Oxfam, Greenpeace and WWF as
well as hundreds of other civil society, religious and eco-groups.”

The three points referred to a “fair” deal with R14-billion funding for
poorer countries to help them deal with climate change, an “ambitious” deal
with a 2015 carbon emissions peak and a safe carbon level of 350 parts per
million, plus a “binding” deal that was legally enforceable, Brennan
explained.

The lead event in Copenhagen will be hosted by South African Nobel laureate
Bishop Desmond Tutu and former UN Human Rights Commissioner Mary Robinson
outside the negotiation headquarters.

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