Saturday, December 06, 2008

Diminishing CO2 hysteria in London

2006: Thousands rally in London for climate change action
More than 22,000 protesters converged on central London as part of global protests calling for urgent action from world leaders to tackle climate change, police and organisers say.
2007: Mark Tweedie | Climate change march
Back in December 10,000 hardy souls braved the cold, rainy British December to take part in a consciousness-raising protest march through the streets of London. The march walked simultaneously with others around the globe and, although we all froze and stood for several hours beneath the heavy winter rain, it was an incredibly moving event.
2008: Thousands march on Westminster to push for climate change
Organisers have claimed 10,000 people took part in the event, but police [said] the number was more like 5,000.

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