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VOTE EARTH!

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Tuesday, 08 December 2009 00:00

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Cop15 is finally here. Still wondering how to make your voice count? It’s not too late. After the great success with Earth Hour March 2009, when millions of people from 88 countries showed their support for the climate, WWF now challenges people from all across the globe to “vote for earth”. On the webpage www.earthour.org you can give your voice by adding your message, name, address and see it appearing on a specially designed world map.

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Make a Wave for the Climate

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Wednesday, 02 December 2009 00:00

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Only with a massive pressure from the people will political leaders commit themselves to save the climate. On Saturday 5 December, ahead of the crucial UN climate conference in Copenhagen, thousands of people will march through the streets in Belgium and the UK to demonstrate their support for a safe climate for all.

As part of a global series of public actions, The Wave will call on world leaders to take urgent action to secure a fair international deal to stop global warming. The Wave is not just a huge march but a whole day of campaign activities. It is organized by various organizations, groups and unions, aiming to bring together mass support by people from all backgrounds for a better, low carbon future for the world.

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BB2B - from Big Ben to Brussels

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Thursday, 26 November 2009 00:00

Roz Savage and the Golden Gate Bridge by rozsavage.

The British born Roz Savage who is an ocean rower and an environmentalist, on Friday 20 November set off to walk 200 miles from Big Ben in London to Brussels with four friends.

The aim of the walk is to send at message to COP15, expressing the desire for action on climate change. During the walk, Roz Savage and her friends, Jane Hornsby, Alison Garnnett, Nora McDevitt and Laura Hazell will gather signatures on inflatable “earth” balls, which will be delivered at the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference as a petition calling on delegates to take decisive action on climate change.

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