This is not a Greenpeace event but touches issues important to most supporters. More information about Biofuelwatch (and the fiction that a significant part of our energy needs can be supplied by biomass and biofuels) is available at http://biofuelwatch.org.uk/ or via Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Biofuelwatch/232061670199471. Twitter @Biofuelwatch .
Energy Minister and local MP Ed Davey and Duncan Law from Biofuelwatch will give their views on the hot topic of energy policy, the various options available for a secure, reliable, low-carbon energy future, and which sources of energy are truly sustainable - with plenty of time for your questions.
There will be displays to browse and the Club bar will be open before and after the discussion so do come early and carry on talking afterwards.
The event is free, but donations to cover cost will be welcome. Please go to http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/discussion-energy-for-the-future-is-policy..., print out your ticket and bring it with you on the evening to speed up admissions.
Kingston Workmens Club & Institute is behind Wilko, first left after the falling telephone boxes at the start of Old London Road, close to Kingston rail and bus stations.