Invitation: CUT YOUR COMMUTER CARBON with WWF National Climate Change Office

Do you take a bus, train or minibus taxi, or bicycle or walk, to work or study? Congratulations, you are already part of the solution to climate change. Or are you hoping to afford your own car some day?


You have every right to affordable, safe and convenient transport – or to have access to services near where you live.

How can we achieve this for all South Africans, in a way that serves your needs?

WWF National Climate Change Office invites you to our workshop, to share your experiences and ideas, and to learn from others.

You will even get a free session with a “transport counsellor”.


Date:    Saturday 26 October 2013

Time:   10 am to 3 pm (with refreshments and lunch provided)

Venue: The Station Lounge at central Pretoria Station, 546 Paul Kruger Street

If you come, you will get free tickets for your choice of bus or train.

Please let WWF know if you are coming: Email

When you RSVP, we will give you the full programme and a public transport journey planner to the venue.

See you there!



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