Monday, October 30, 2006

March For Global Climate Justice
This Saturday, 4th November a demonstration and rally are being held in London just before the next round of UN Climate Talks to be held at Nairobi on 6th-17th November. It begins at 12pm with a rally at Grosvenor Square outside the American Embassy before marching to Trafalgar Square at 2.00pm. Check the details at
See you there?


At 5:49 pm, Blogger Matt Burge said...

Didn't Pete say he was going? Something about hiding in the food delivery van as it goes into the US Embassy. I could be wrong!

At 6:54 pm, Blogger Pete Smith said...

If you meant me, you are indeed wrong. That day is the first session in my electric blues guitar master class, so I shall be physically and mentally drained, as will be anyone who had to sit and listen to me play.

At 6:51 am, Blogger Matt Burge said...

You'll be mastering a nice, gentle melody for us then Pete, to send us all to sleep as the planet draws its last breath in the not too distant future.

Well, it must be Stephan then. Think he's trying to get past the US Embassy security dressed as an 'intelligent man'. That's bound to confuse those machine gun toting thugs.

At 1:48 pm, Blogger Matt Burge said...

Keith, are you going Sat?

P.S. You might want to send your answer via carrier pigeon, as I'm sure I just heard the metallic clatter of tiny robotic web scrawlers in the background, that have CIA written all over them. ;-)

At 9:29 pm, Blogger Keith Scott said...

I went along to the march on Saturday with about 25,000 others. Yet when the march against the war in Iraq had perhaps 2,500,000 there and 76,000 watched Manchester United beat Portsmouth it seems that public support for action on global warming has some way to go.

At 7:32 am, Blogger Matt Burge said...

I agree.

War is a sudden rush to the head dilemma and therefore passions can rise quickly for a march. CC on the other hand is a slow burn/ slow death scenario and complex to understand. Besides, people are enjoying the warmer weather. They're hardly going to protest against that!

This is why I believe that there will never be a mass movement for change and therefore to bring positive changes about 'the few' are going to have to herd the masses into their tax and legislation pens to instill needed behavioural changes. Interesting at the moment UK political parties are scrambling over each other to do just that. We'll see if they hold their nerve as the masses begin to bay for their blood!


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