3 December 2011–Thousands of people from around the world hit the streets of Durban, South Africa to protest the UN Climate Conference of Polluters.
Photo Essay by Orin Langelle/Global Justice Ecology Project and Anne Petermann/Global Justice Ecology Project-Global Forest Coalition.
Overview of the March. Photo: Petermann/GJEP-GFC
La Via Campesina Photo: Langelle/GJEP
Radical clowns. Photo: Petermann/GJEP-GFC
Nnimmo Bassey speaks to the crowd. Photo: Petermann/GJEP-GFC
Christina Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC, speaks. Photo: Langelle/GJEP
South African activist Virginia Setshedi. Photo: Langelle/GJEP
Interview. Photo: Petermann/GJEP-GFC
South African Waste Pickers. Photo: Langelle/GJEP
Nudes Against Nukes. Photo: Petermann/GJEP-GFC
Never trust a COPoration. Photo: Petermann/GJEP-GFC
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Thanks Larry–sorry for the long delay in responding!–Orin
thanks for the good work.
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Well done all!!!! keep it up. Reminds e of many of the posters/banners we have been carrying against corporate control at the OCCUPY support rallies in Burlington Vermont, and those we paraded around the White House in opposition to the Tar Sands Pipeline, on November 6 (12000 of us–over 350m from little Vermont). Work to be done here in USA..