I was reading a local blog Greening St Johns about a church's journey towards becoming an eco-congregation. Vary interesting.
They announced coming hustings:
Reading East Election 2010
Quiz the Candidates on sustainability issues with Professor Chris Garforth of Reading University on Tuesday 13th April, 8.00 pm, at The Warehouse.
Climate Change, a sustainable Reading, who gets your vote? In 2010 Reading East will elect its MP for the next five years. Find out what your candidates would do to combat Climate Change and help build a more sustainable Reading Do you have a burning question: Environment, Energy
Transport, Biodiversity, Sustainable Economy? Submit it in advance at www.gren.org.uk
Question YOUR candidates
Reading East: Monday 19 April, 7.30pm, at Reading Hindu Temple (car parking on local roads)
Then in Reading West on Monday 26 April, 7.30pm, at Tilehurst Methodist Church (parking at the local Co-Op) Reading Faith Forum are giving you the opportunity to meet and question your candidates. We need your questions before the meeting, so please send them to Jan Hearn (firstname.lastname@example.org 35-39 London Street Reading RG1 4PS) by April 6.
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