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.+The '''Peoples Climate March''', held on 21 September 2014 across the world, was attended by over 700,000 people world wide in 166 countries.
-* 30,000 people attended in Melbourne, Australia+* 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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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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