For those natives of Edinburgh who like a good grump, here's something to make you particularly miserable:
Amnesty International Scotland, Christian Aid Scotland, WWF Scotland and The University of Edinburgh invite you to a very special event examining Scotland's role in delivering climate justice, featuring Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond as a keynote speaker
Scotland is positioning itself as playing a key international role in helping to deliver climate justice, with the world's first parliamentary debate on the subject and the launch of the Climate Justice Fund earlier this year.
Taking place during the Doha Climate Change Conference, this event provides an opportunity for Scotland's First Minister to outline how we can take this international role forward; as well as reiterating Scotland's commitment to tackle climate change and the impacts of climate change on the world's most vulnerable communities.
Following the speech there will be a panel discussion featuring the First Minister, Dr Richard Dixon, Director of WWF Scotland; Kathy Galloway, Head of Christian Aid Scotland; and Amnesty International.
The event brings together key individuals and organisations working across the inextricably linked areas of human rights, the environment and international development to inform and debate Scotland's role within climate justice.
7:30pm Arrivals and refreshments
8.00pm Welcome from Siobhan Reardon (Amnesty International Scotland) and Edinburgh University
8:10pm First Minister Alex Salmond to deliver keynote speech
8:30pm Dr Richard Dixon and Kathy Galloway response to First Minister Alex Salmond
8:40pm Q&A / Panel Discussion
9:00pm Event concludes
Refreshments will be served following the event and opportunity for audience to network
I'm sure that will get the toes curling. Book here.