Thousands march in Bonn calling for an end to coal now
Tomorrow the UN Climate Talks are set to begin in Bonn. Over the weekend Germany held its largest climate march ever with tens of thousands marching the streets demanding an end to coal. Leading the front were the Pacific Climate Warriors calling on world leaders to keep fossil fuels in the ground.
Pacific Climate Warriors leading the climate march in Bonn. November 4, 2017. Photo credit: Hoda Baraka, 350.org
The march was joined by thousands of bikers who came from Cologne. November 4, 2017. Photo credit: Hoda Baraka
The march brought together tens of thousands, including younger generations. November 4, 2017. Photo credit: Hoda Baraka
Climate justice means an end to coal. November 4, 2017 Photo credit: Hoda Baraka
COP23 is our moment to shine a light on the growing global leadership already underway and remind world leaders what we expect of them: keeping all fossil fuels in the ground. November 4, 2017. Photo credit: Hoda Baraka
At COP23 civil society will remind politicians that they must prioritise their people over the polluters. November 4, 2017. Photo credit: Hoda Baraka