Video view on climate

PUBLISHED: 16:52 24 July 2008 | UPDATED: 09:21 10 June 2010

THURSDAY, JULY 24: A Little Peace Boat stopped off at Exmouth on its way to a climate change meeting and the Houses of Parliament. Be Disarming anchored in Exmouth for a couple of days to raise awareness on climate change on its way to the annual Climate Camp at Kingsnorth

A Little Peace Boat stopped off at Exmouth on its way to a climate change meeting and the Houses of Parliament.Be Disarming anchored in Exmouth for a couple of days to raise awareness on climate change on its way to the annual Climate Camp at Kingsnorth Hoo, and then onto the River Thames to Westminster.Peter Le Mare, of St Just, Penzance, has been stopping off at coastal towns to raise awareness of Climate Camp and the Little Peace Boat Project.Climate Camp is a week of protesting, meetings and rallies organised by environmental groups who camp in areas environmentalists have huge issues with. This year the area is part of a proposed site for a new coal-powered power station. The sailor said: "We wish to bring to your attention the problems of climate change and peace."l Visit www.exmouthjournal.co.uk to view a video interview on climate change with Peter Le Mare.


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