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UN World Environment Day

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United Nations World Environment Day

This event, that was originally to be convened in Parliament, has been moved to 43 Lancaster Gate, London, W2 3NA. Nearest Tube station Queensway on the Central Line.


6th June, 2017 - 6 pm to 8 pm


Lawrence Bloom (TBC)


Nathaniel Peat: Co Founder of Genex Solar: Black Powerlist 100, UPF Youth Achievement Award


Tania Songini: Ex-Finance Director at Siemens Specialising in the Energy Field


Robin Marsh: Secretary General Universal Peace Federation UK



United Nation's World Environment Day is a good opportunity to draw attention to the state of the environment that we are passing onto to the generations to come. We are called to live sustainably and facilitate human development within the parametres of maintaining the quality of the natural world for our descendants to enjoy and use. The control of diseases and the growth of life expectancy will lead to the expansion of the human population. The use of materials that damage the world around us and endanger life needs to be regulated well.


We will be considering climate change developments as well as projects that can support human development without endangering our planet. We will also look at opportunities to sustain the movement to overcome poverty while not being toxic to the planet.


Kindly register using the attend button above. While the event will be free, donations for refreshments will be gratefully received.


Kind regards,

Robin Marsh: UPF-UK Secretary General Mobile: 07956210768

Margaret Ali: UPF-UK Director Mobile: 07723024750

Joyce Suda: UPF-UK Director Tel: 07903311052

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Lawrence Bloom

He considers the role of humanity goes beyond mere trusteeship or stewardship, believing that we must become positive contributors to the ecology of the planet, recognising the imperative of our inherent common and shared journey with all forms of life and the systems upon which we depend for our survival.

Professor Akiko Yamanaka has another commitment on this day and cannot now speak on this occasion.

Nathaniel Peat: Co Founder of Genex Solar: Black Powerlist 100, UPF Youth Achievement Award


In 2016 Nathaniel was listed in the UK Financial Times published Upstanding Top 100 black ethnic minority executives in USA, UK and Ireland. He was listed in the top 20 with position 17. In October 2016 Peat was entered into the 2017 UK Black Power-list. Nathaniel's life continuous to inspire many people and he remains connected to the community that he serves, he is an international acclaimed speaker, youth advocate and ambassador for various social causes.

Tania Songini: Ex-Finance Director at Siemens Specialising in the Energy Field

Today Tania is the Finance Director of Siemens Energy in the UK and the Controller for Siemens Energy Region North West Europe (4 billion EUR business), also leading the Siemens Diversity Programme in North West Europe. Since 2003 Tania has also been active as a Board Member of ViaNinos Germany and UK, a charity that supports projects helping street and working children in Ecuador.


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