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Photos From 1st Day of the Global Climate March



Photos From The First Day of the Global Climate March That Bring Us Hope

The biggest U.N. climate conference of the decade starts in Paris on Monday, and hundreds of thousands of people around the world are marching for action.   

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Here are some of the photos from the first day of the Global Climate March that inspire us.
Even more are coming tomorrow. If you want to get involved, there are hundreds more marches around the world still to come:


If you’ve already marched,we need your photos to add to this amazing collection!


60,000 peopled turned out in Melbourne for Australia’s largest climate march ever. It was being lead by amazing young indigenous people from Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network. This is an incredible way to start a weekend of action:


Folks in Cairo, Egypt needed two selfie sticks taped together to capture this photo:


Photo Credit: التحرك الشعبى من أجل المناخ و البيئة

We’re not just fighting for the next generation — the next generation is joining the fight:





It’s time to keep fossil fuels in the ground and transition to renewable energy — and folks across the world are not shying away from saying it:

In Tokyo, Japan (Photo Credit: Hiroshi Okamoto):

In Samoa:


In Nepal:


And in Wellington, New Zealand:

Wellington, New Zealand

Frontline communities are not staying silent — this weekend, they are fighting for survival:

Tuvalu Climate March

Tuvalu Climate March


Dhaka, Bangladesh photo: Maruf Hossain

Dhaka, Bangladesh
photo: Maruf Hossain


“Mina (in front) is dressed in a contemporary mix traditional attire from the Highlands Region of Papua New Guinea. Due to climate change – what used to be fertile lands up in the highlands is now suffering from severe drought. PNG will not be silent anymore. We are standing in solidarity with the world!”


Photo Credit: Dagia. Aka

What is a movement without singing? We’re marching to our own beat this weekend:

We are ready for the solution. In fact, we’re already building it. Here’s a photo from Tokelau, the first nation in the world to go 100% renewable:

Tokelau, the first nation in the world to go 100% renewable. Photo by Litia Maiava

Photo by Litia Maiava


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It’s been awhile since Occupy Wall Street came and went. Now the revolutionary spirit is stirring again. We’re building a global people’s power bloc – and it all begins with the #BILLIONPEOPLEMARCH.

On December 19, I’ll be one in a billion! We’ll take to the streets in a global big-bang moment that will, for one beautiful day, make business as usual impossible. In every major city of the world, we will come together in our rage, sorrow, compassion, defiance and determination. A revolutionary carnival against the whole dysfunctional system that keeps us on the brink of climate catastrophe, financial meltdown and World War Three. Continue reading Yes!.. I’ll be One in a Billion!.. adbusters

After A Decade In Jail For Raising The Morning Star Flag, Political Prisoner ‘Filep Karma’ Freed

Originally posted on RED POWER MEDIA:

Jubilant crowds celebrate the release of prominent Papuan political prisoner Filep Karma Jubilant crowds celebrate the release of prominent Papuan political prisoner Filep Karma.

By Red Power Media, Staff

A high-profile West Papuan dissident leader has been released from prison after more than a decade behind bars for raising a flag.

Political prisoner Filep Karma walked free from jail in Papua, Indonesia last week, after spending 15 years in prison — charged with treason — for raising the banned West Papuan independence flag.

According to a Survival International article, Karma, 56, was arrested in 2004 after leading a peaceful demonstration in West Papua, calling for independence from Indonesia and raising the “Morning Star flag.”

He was named by Amnesty International as a prisoner of conscience. His detention was condemned as “arbitrary” by the United Nations.

In August this year when the government of Indonesia offered him a pardon in exchange for admission of guilt.

Amnesty International wrote, Karma refused because he felt it would…

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1000’s rally in UK and Spain against bombing Syria

Protesters call on their respective countries not to get involved in Syria, as Paris attacks fuel political momentum.
A British parliamentary vote on bombing Syria is expected next week [Andy Rain/EPA]

Thousands of people have protested in London and Madrid against the potential participation of their respective countries in air strikes in Syria, as political momentum mounted to broaden the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

At least 5,000 people gathered in central London on Saturday, carrying placards reading “Don’t bomb Syria”, “Drop Cameron, not bombs” and “Don’t add fuel to the fire.” Continue reading 1000’s rally in UK and Spain against bombing Syria

Paris Climate Activists Put under House Arrest Using Emergency Laws


Activists protest against French authorities using emergency law to ban demonstrations at the Place de la Republique in Paris. Photograph: Ian Langsdon/EPA

Activists protest against French authorities using emergency law to ban demonstrations at the Place de la Republique in Paris. Photograph: Ian Langsdon/EPA

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At least 24 climate activists have been put under house arrest by French police, accused of flouting a ban on organising protests during next week’s Paris climate summit, the Guardian has learned.

One legal adviser to the activists said many officers raided his Paris apartment and occupied three floors and a staircase in his block.

French authorities did not respond to requests for comment but lawyers said that the warrants were issued under state of emergency laws, imposed after the terror attacks that killed 130 people earlier this month.

The author and climate change campaigner, Naomi Klein, accused French authorities of “a gross abuse of power that risks turning the summit into a farce”.

“Climate summits are not photo opportunities to boost the popularity of politicians,” she told the Guardian. “Given the stakes of the climate crisis, they are by their nature highly contested. That is democracy, messy as it may be. The French government, under cover of anti-terrorism laws, seems to be trying to avoid this, shamefully banning peaceful demonstrations and using emergency powers to pre-emptively detain key activists.” Continue reading Paris Climate Activists Put under House Arrest Using Emergency Laws

Go-Ahead given for Belo Monte Dam,


“We can’t believe it,” said Antonia Melo, leader of Movimiento Xingú Vivo para Siempre, who was displaced by the dam’s construction. “This is a crime. Granting the license for this monster was an irresponsible decision on the part of the government and IBAMA. The president of IBAMA was in Altamira on November 5 and received a large variety of complaints. Everyone – riverside residents, indigenous representatives, fishermen, and members of the movement – talked about the negative impacts we’re living with. And now they grant the license with more conditions, which will only continue to be violated.” Continue reading Go-Ahead given for Belo Monte Dam,

Cameron + Labour Party traitors dying to bomb a sovereign country

Originally posted on Uprootedpalestinians's Blog:

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Shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn has openly opposed Jeremy Corbyn’s position on UK air strikes on SyriaGetty Images

Labour locked in ‘brutally honest’ debate over UK air strikes on Isis in Syria

Labour are locked in what one shadow minister has described as a “brutally honest” debate over whether the party should back David Cameron’s plan to launch UK air strikes on Islamic State (Isis) targets in Syria. The row broke out after Jeremy Corbyn wrote to MPs explaining that he was unconvinced by the prime minister’s case for war in the House of Commons.

“The prime minister did not set out a coherent strategy, coordinated through the UN, for the defeat of Isis. Nor has he been able to explain what a credible and acceptable ground force could retake and hold territory freed from Isis control by an intensified air campaign,” the Labour leader and former Stop the…

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