On Saturday, April 29, people worldwide will advocate global action against climate change with “People’s Climate Marches” around the planet. Green Cross Sweden is one of the organizers of the “GBG March for Climate and Peace” together with Walk2Peace and Friends of Earth. The Göteborg march starts on the city’s western outskirts and will end with concerts and events in the centre of Goteborg.
In particular, Green Cross Sweden is hosting two inspiring events: at 16:00, “Indigenous Voices from Turtle Island and the Land of the Midnight Sun”, with speakers Tiokasin Ghosthorse and Laila Spik (both Green Cross Sweden ambassadors), will take place at Sea Rescue Society, Talattgatan 24 in Västra Frölunda. In the evening, at 19:00, a Green Cross musical event will be held at the Haga Church of Sweden with “A Concert for Mother Earth”. The concert features a special performance by Ebbot Lundberg, the acclaimed Swedish singer and acoustic guitarist, and also a Green Cross Sweden ambassador, together with Tiokasin Ghosthorse. Ghosthorse, who is from Cheyenne River Lakota Nation, plays the ancient Lakota flute. They are accompanied by Martin McFaul, Sofia Assarsson and Gunnar Frick. The day’s events will also include “The Peace Concert with 12 Prayers “, at 17:00 at the Masthugg Church of Sweden – a concert composed by Peter Elmberg uniting 12 prayers from different religions into a call for our planet, Mother Earth.
April 29 in Göteborg
11:00 – The Climate and Peace March begins at the Hjällbo Chruch of Sweden, with a silent procession to Göteborg
13:00 – The Climate and Peace March arrives in Göteborg for the Climate March on the Avenue, with speeches at Gustav Adolf’s Torg (square).
14:00 – The GCS event “Indigenous Voices from Turtle Island and Land of the Midnight Sun”, Sea Rescue Society, Västra, Frölunda 16:00 GCS Annual Meeting at the Sea Resuce Society, Västra Frölnda
17:00 – “The Peace Concert with 12 Prayers” at the Mastuggs Church of Sweden
19:00 – “A Concert For Mother Earth” held at Haga Church of Sweden
Participating in the Climate and Peace March, initiated by Walk2Peace, Green Cross Sweden and Friends of Earth, is: Greenpeace Göteborg, MusikForFred.se, Svenska Freds- & Skiljedomsföreningen, Internationella Kvinnoförbundet för Fred och Frihet, Haga Church of Sweden, Hjällbo Church of Sweden, Mastuggs Church of Sweden.
For more information, see: http://green-cross.se/