The Zero Carbon World Concert – a fossil-free weekend of fun – for a Zero Carbon World is an international series of concerts taking place worldwide during the weekend before the next UN climate summit (27/28 November 2010).
The aim is to demonstrate to all of society – governments, businesses, and ordinary people, that reducing the reliance of today’s society on fossil fuels is entirely possible by tackling one of the biggest generators of carbon – leisure activities.
Transition Towns are organising lots of groups at the grassroots from all over the world to hold leisure events which don’t cause the emission of carbon dioxide, or at least get as close to zero carbon as possible.
The Melbourne Concert is being held at Edendale Farm in Eltham on Sunday 28th November from 10am to 6pm.
Edendale Farm will be literally generating all the energy for the concert on the Future Spark bike power trailer. They estimate they’ll need around 300 riders over the course of the day. So you could form a team and be part of the whole event?? You can register here.
Just come along, cheer, enjoy the concert and participate in the challenge and celebration of what is possible when we work together with creativity and passion.
Just rock up and jump on a spare bike when one becomes available