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London Climate Rally Photographs 2015

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They came and they came and there was easily more than 50,000.  There were old-uns and young-uns , teenies and tweenies.  I hadn’t seen so many join together for a long time and it was inspiring and heart warming.

One People, one Planet and one Purpose.

London Climate Rally 2015 DSC_1513And every now and then a roar would arise and it would travel along the rally like a Mexican wave.

London Climate Rally 2015 DSC_1468And they sang.

London Climate March 2015 DSC_1544And they rocked.

London Climate Rally 2015 DSC_1587And they drummed.

London Climate March 2015 DSC_1613And they danced.

London Climate March 2015 DogAnd Towser (has to be a Towser) thought it was mellifluous.

London Climate March 2015 DSC_1576And they wore costumes.

London Climate Rally 2015 DSC_1573And they brightened the day.

London Climate March 2015 DSC_1592And they were serious.

London Climate March 2015 DSC_1595Every one of them. And, every day there are more.

With thanks to The Campaign Against Climate Change, Avaaz, 350.org, Change,org and everybody who made this happen right across the world.

Making a Difference ⇒


2 Degrees

I very much like this pro-active content. If the inherent lethargy of the decision makers is to be overcome, it will be because the larger population show their will. Further, it encourages others to do likewise with the prospect that the approach will become viral. Yay

Rachel

There’s a new climate movie out called 2 Degrees which follows the failure of the UN climate negotiations while finding hope in the communities at the bottom (h/t HotTopic). You can watch the film online. Here’s an excerpt from their About page:

The war on climate change has two major fronts: the fight against global deforestation and the battle to stop the burning of fossil fuels. Lose either of these battles and we lose the war. 2 Degrees weaves together stories of a top-down and bottom-up approach to climate change and the charismatic people driving them forward.

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