28 Nov 2015
8:30pm - 12am
Salle de la ligne 13
Ligne 13 arrêt Porte de Paris ou Basilique Saint-Denis • Bus : 153, 239, 253 arrêt Place de la Résistance ou 154, 168, 178, 255, 256, 268 arrêt
Seine Saint-Denis, Paris, 93200
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After the success of the last edition, which was attended by the eminent artist Lucien Sainte Taj Weekes and lots of other artists in SAINT DENIS, Aphrika-Beat the Association reiterates its action.
An action that fits into the perspective of COP21, which is the 21th United Nations Conference on climate change, from November 30 to December 10, 2015 in France.
Aphrika-Beat wants to wear throughout the event to the general public and political actors, other ways of understanding the complexity of the climate challenge through a multiplicity of looks and creative and innovative proposals including the concept ''AND RASTA SUSTAINABILITY".
The association wants to bring to the general public and political actors, through philosophy Rasta, another way to understand the complexity of the climate challenge by a multiplicity of looks and creative and innovative proposals.
RASTA AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
From 30 November to 10 December 2015, France will host the COP21, the 21th Conference of Nations United on climate change. The COP21 is a key appointment for the international fight against climate change. Its objective is to engage all countries in a universal agreement to contain global warming to 2 degrees Celsius by 2100.
The rasta seeks to live in harmony with nature, living in harmony with the environment and the laws of Nature is one of the central ideas of Rastafari. Aphrika-Beat proposes to set up a real art movement during CPO21 in Paris to help awareness and still give advantage to echo this event by projections, concerts, meetings, workshops and experiments.
The objective is to echo the government's action to raise the population to have an attitude citizen, preserving nature concerning the global warming and the adverse effects of waste Plastics and their disastrous consequences on the environment.
VILLE DE SAINT DENIS, PLAINE COMMUNE