Peoples Climate March September 2014

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-The '''Peoples Climate March''', held on 21 September 2014 across the world, was attended by over 500,000 people world wide.+[[Image:2014-09-21 Peoples Climate March Melbourne 600 0584.JPG|thumb|right|300px]]
 +[[Image:2014-09-21 Peoples Climate March Melbourne 600 0445.JPG|thumb|right|Mark Butler MP|300px]]
 +[[Image:2014-09-21 Tim Flannery Peoples Climate March Melbourne 600 0485.JPG|thumb|right|Professor Tim Flannery|300px]]
 +[[Image:2014-09-21 Christine Milne Peoples Climate March Melbourne 600 0479.JPG|thumb|right|Senator Christine Milne|300px]]
-* 30,000 people attended in Melbourne, Australia+The '''Peoples Climate March''', held on 21 September 2014 across the world, was attended by over 700,000 people world wide in 166 countries.
-==External links==+* In New York, over 400,000 people marched past Central Park including Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations
 +* In Australia, 58,000 people participated in over 130 events. 30,000 people attended in Melbourne. Senator Christine Milne called for Australia to acheive zero net carbon emissions by 2050.
 +==Images==
 +<Gallery>
 +Image:2014-09-21 Peoples Climate March Melbourne 600 0368.JPG
 +Image:2014-09-21 Peoples Climate March Melbourne 600 0388.JPG
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 +Image:2014-09-21 Peoples Climate March Melbourne 600 0550.JPG
 +</Gallery>
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 +==External links==
 +* [https://twitter.com/hashtag/PeoplesClimate?src=hash Twitter #PeoplesClimate]
* [http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/melbourne-rally-for-climate-change-action-attracts-30000-people-20140921-10jxwl.html Melbourne rally for climate change action attracts 30,000 people], The Age * [http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/melbourne-rally-for-climate-change-action-attracts-30000-people-20140921-10jxwl.html Melbourne rally for climate change action attracts 30,000 people], The Age
* [http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-09-22/thousands-march-in-new-york-climate-change-protest/5759184 People's Climate March: Hundreds of thousands march in rallies calling for action on climate change], ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) * [http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-09-22/thousands-march-in-new-york-climate-change-protest/5759184 People's Climate March: Hundreds of thousands march in rallies calling for action on climate change], ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
 +* [http://www.theage.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/c02-emissions-from-burning-fossil-fuels-surge-to-highest-level-in-human-history-20140921-10jwyn.html C02 emissions from burning fossil fuels surge to highest level in human history], The Age
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Mark Butler MP
Mark Butler MP
Professor Tim Flannery
Professor Tim Flannery
Senator Christine Milne
Senator Christine Milne

The Peoples Climate March, held on 21 September 2014 across the world, was attended by over 700,000 people world wide in 166 countries.

  • In New York, over 400,000 people marched past Central Park including Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations
  • In Australia, 58,000 people participated in over 130 events. 30,000 people attended in Melbourne. Senator Christine Milne called for Australia to acheive zero net carbon emissions by 2050.

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