Monday, October 3, 2011

The 15th Carbon Neutral Dance in London!

Another fantastic Carbon Neutral Dance will take place in London on Thursday 6th October 7.30-11pm at Cuban Restaurant & Bar, Camden. It promises to be a jammed packed fun night full of dance and live music!

There will be Third Sector Edge Award winning short film project made by students at Shooters Hill School about the Carbon Neutral Dance and a short film about our Paradise Farm Project. This will be followed by a great unplugged performance from our Carbon Neutral Artist, Milli Moonstone as well as live latin music from Mariano Ortiz from 'Latinos in London'. We will also have a special perfomance from Viktoriya Wilson from 'Inspiration 2 Dance'.

This event is even more special as it celebrates the UN International Year of Forests 2011. Forests are home to up to 300 million people around the world and support the livlihoods of over 1.6 billion. UN-Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon noted that 'Forests are vital to our wellbeing. They habour 80% of land based biodiversity, and store more than 1 trillion tonnes of carbon'.

Entry is £15 per person which is the actual cost of planting and maintaining a rubber tree for 35 years, with environmental, social and economic benefits, creating sustainble livelihoods for poor local communities in our Paradise Farm Project VIDEO. We will also be serving organic tea direct from Paradise Farm!

This will be a great night, for a great cause and where those attending will really feel they are making a personal difference. Please buy you TREE ticket here and see you there!

Date: 6th October 2011

Time: 7.30-11pm

Venue: The Cuban Restaurant and Bar, Camden

Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8HA