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November 29, 2015

As UN Climate Summit begins, global mobilisations call for urgent climate action

On the eve of the climate talks, hundreds of thousands took to the streets in over 2,300 events spread across 175 countries to demand that negotiating parties keep fossil fuels in the ground and finance a just transition to 100% renewable energy by 2050.

May Boeve, Executive Director issued the following statement:

“The scale and diversity of today’s events are astounding. Worldwide people are ready for the end of fossil fuels and the dawn of renewables. World leaders can no longer ignore this urgent call for action as the climate crisis continues to unfold. It is time for them to stand on the right side of history.”


  1. Photos from the weekend can be found here.
  2. Videos from the weekend can be found here.


Older Press Releases

November 25, 2015 The world takes to the streets ahead of Paris climate summit
November 24, 2015 World’s largest insurance company Allianz divests from coal
November 22, 2015 Réponse à l’annonce du plan sur le climat du gouvernement de l’Alberta
November 22, 2015 Responds to Alberta Climate Plan Announcement
November 19, 2015 360,000+ Signatures Delivered to Department of Justice Calling for Exxon Investigation
November 18, 2015 Response to French Government Prohibition of Climate March and December 12th Mobilization
November 17, 2015 “Pathway to Paris” Concert with Thom Yorke, Patti Smith, Flea & More Will Go On in Paris for COP21
November 16, 2015 on COP21 Plans: “The tragedy in Paris has only strengthened our resolve.”
November 14, 2015 Thomas Piketty & Tim Jackson call on investors to divest from fossil fuels and national governments to end subsidies
November 13, 2015 G20 Must #StopFundingFossils Ahead of Paris Climate Talks


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Pictures from 350 events across the planet are available for free download and use at our Flickr site, where you’ll find high-resolution images.

For photos from the Tar Sands Action campaign against the Keystone XL pipeline, please click here.