ArtCOP21

Pathway to Paris

Meeting

04 Dec 2015, 6:30 - 11pm

Le Trianon, Paris

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When

04 Dec 2015
6:30 - 11pm

Where

Le Trianon
80 Boulevard de Rochechouart
Paris,  75018
France
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“PATHWAY TO PARIS” AT LE TRIANON, PARIS, DECEMBER 4th 2015 WITH THOM YORKE, PATTI SMITH, FLEA, BILL MCKIBBEN, NAOMI KLEIN, VANDANA SHIVA, JANE FONDA AND MANY MORE

Pathway to Paris is a dynamic collaboration between musicians, artists, sustainability consultants, cities, yogis, innovators and activists to highlight solutions to climate change in the lead-up to a critical UN meeting in December 2015 in Paris.

Pathway to Paris is an initiative in partnership with 350.org that brings these people together to participate in a series of events and dialogues to help raise consciousness around the urgency of climate action and the importance of establishing an ambitious, global, legally binding agreement at the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris in December 2015.

Co-founded by musicians Jesse Paris Smith and Rebecca Foon, Pathway to Paris kicked off with an intimate evening of music and speakers at Le Poisson Rouge immediately following the People’s Climate March in New York City in September 2014, with a series of similar events unfolding in New York and Montreal over the ensuing year. The final Pathway to Paris concert will take place December 4th 2015 in Paris and will include the musicians and speakers listed below (among others still to be announced):

PATHWAY TO PARIS
December 4th 2015
Le Trianon, Paris FR
BILL MCKIBBEN • NAOMI KLEIN • VANDANA SHIVA
PATTI SMITH • THOM YORKE • FLEA • DHANI HARRISON • JANE FONDA
TENZIN CHOEGYAL • JESSE PARIS SMITH • REBECCA FOON
Doors: 18:30 Show: 19:30
Tickets go on sale September 2015
www.pathwaytoparis.com

All participants donate their time, skills and talents; while the primary aim of Pathway to Paris is consciousness-raising and call-to-action, the events also raise funds, with all proceeds going to 350.org. Supported by Ben & Jerry’s, Pathway to Paris is a collaboration with 350.org, with additional support from Tree Laboratory, Sustainability Solutions Group, Modo Yoga NYC and The Flux.

For more information:
Production and French media requests: Alain Lahana - pathway.to.paris@gmail.com 
Coordination and interview requests: Rebecca Foon – rebecca@ssg.coop
Communication related to 350.org: Jamie Henn – jamie@350.org