Robin Sowden-Taylor, Wales international and Cardiff Blues star, got his hands dirty to support The Wave - the UK's biggest ever demonstration in support of action on climate change - which will take place in London on Saturday, December 5th.
Hundreds of people from across south Wales will be travelling to London to take part in the demonstration, all dressed in blue to drown the streets of London, in the run-up to international climate talks starting in Copenhagen next week.
Robin Sowden-Taylor said, "Climate Change is something that we are all worried about, and it's important that we all play our part. The Wave sounds like an amazing event - I only wish I could be there. There's still time to make sure that you are - book your ticket now!"
The SCC coalition believes that rich countries should take the lead by committing to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Julian Rosser, Chair of Stop Climate Chaos Cymru, said "We have to see a FAB deal come out of the critical talks in Copenhagen - one that is FAIR, AMBITIOUS and BINDING - if we are really going to tackle this global crisis."
There's still time left to book your place to go along to the Wave on Saturday, 5 December in London, or are interested in getting involved, please e-mail email@example.com; for more information about how to get to the mass march in London, please visit: http://www.stopclimatechaos.org/tags/Copenhagen
SCC Cymru includes RSPB Cymru, WWF Cymru, Friends of the Earth, Oxfam Cymru, Christian Aid, Cafod, Sustrans and the National Federation of Women's Institutes, the combined membership of which far exceeds that of the political parties: it therefore represents a powerful public voice for action on climate change.
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