The programme for the 2011 Afri Hedge School includes a talk by Kenyan Pastoralist, Abjata Khalif, on famine, climate and conflict in the Horn of Africa, followed by an examination of how we can tackle the problem of climate change in Ireland by climate scientist John Sweeney.
The 2011 Hedge School consists of a selection of workshops, hedge planting, and beautiful African music! The day promises a stimulating engagement with the issue of climate change in the world and especially how it impacts on developing countries. Lunch will also be provided.
When? Saturday 1st October 2011, 10am – 4pm
Where? Kimmage Development Studies Centre, Whitehall Road, Dublin 12. For directions on how to get there, please click here.
How much? €10 (or €5 for students/unwaged)
You can download the brochure here to book on: Hedge School 2011