Sunday, November 29, 2015

PARIS COP21: 10,000 shoes remain after climate marches banned


Watch video, read more in The Guardian
Over 10,000 pairs of shoes on the Place de la Republique replace marchers who were set to take part in a climate cancelled protest as activists take to the streets around the globe. The Paris march was expected to bring 200,000 people onto the city’s streets but was forbidden by French authorities in light of security concerns. Elsewhere, thousands marched in Hong Kong, Seoul and Sydney ahead of the Paris climate summit on Monday

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Performers wearing masks of world leaders -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel, China's President Xi Jinping, US President Barack Obama, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Francois Hollande -- gather for breakfast in Paris.

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France places climate activists under house arrest before climate summit begins


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