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Our Parliamentary Debates

   Working alongside the All Party Climate Change Group (APCCG) the FREdome Visionary Trust organises UK Parliamentary debates on the merits of Carbon Cycling.

Forthcoming debate

A new opportunity out of economic crisis?

A UK-led Carbon Cycling industry, growing resources to stabilise economies worldwide. Is this the only solution?

Wed 7th March 2012, 4 – 6 pm Jubilee Room, House of Commons, Palace of Westminster SW1 1AA

Previous debates

Carbon Cycling – the Missing Link in the Carbon Debate?

On Thursday, 18th November 2010 FREdome Visionary Trust convened this debate with the UK All Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group (APCCG) at the Boothroyd Room Portcullis House, Westminster.

This debate outlined the threat of soil degradation and desertification to global carbon, water and nutrient cycles and proposed a sustainable solution based on the principles of Carbon Cycling.

Listen to the speeches from our 2010 Carbon Cycling debate in Parliament

Associated pages

The Missing Link in the Carbon Debate  8.11.2010

PRESS RELEASE:  ST ALBANS TEENS TAKE DESERT PLAN TO PARLIAMENT

PRESS RELEASE: CAMBRIDGE SIXTHFORMER CALLS ON ADULTS TO RECOVER THE DESERT WITH TREES

Carbon – Friend or Foe?

OASIS Project debate gets Global Entrepreneurship Week Badge of Honour 27.1.2011

Carbon Cycling to be discussed at Westminster 31.08.2010

University of Herts signals interest in developing the Carbon Cycling concept 05.07.2010

So near….politicians and academics get interested in our project!!! 29.06.2010

APPCCG lobby: St Albans Greens offer support 14.06.2010

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