01 Sep 2009
On Wednesday 9th September 2009, 999 It’s Time and WorldShift 2012 will make essential moves towards creating a more sustainable world.
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The 999 It’s Time team has identified 9 coreaction areas where we can all engage with positive change. Thisinteresting group of individuals, who are championing each causeinclude, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on consumerism, Sam Roddick who istackling activism and founder Rory Spowers who will be promoting theissue of awareness. On 9th September 2009, 999 It’s Time willorchestrate 9 maximum profile events and actions, aligning itself withthought-leading activists, artists, scientists, politicians, economistsand thinkers, to wed the most credible and creative ideas into the 999It’s Time Manifesto.
On the same day, WorldShift 2012 willalso be launched. This global movement is dedicated to co-creating thefoundations of a peaceful, just and sustainable world by the end of2012. The organisation believes that an enlightened government isneeded to address these issues and seeks to unite and engage everyonein this process by signing the WorldShift 2012 Declaration to commit totransformational change.
Worldshift 2012 has a global launch on Wednesday 9th September 2009 between 17.30 – 18.30 at the British Museum Great Russell Street London WC1 in the Stevenson Lecture Theatre and West Foyer with Dr Ervin Laszlo.
Dr Laszlo is the Founder President of the Club of Budapest and author of WorldShift 2012: Making Green Business, New Politics and Higher Consciousness work together.
For more information visit www.worldshift2012.org
Image courtesy of the Worldshift Network
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