Not too long ago, many people figured environmentalism was the preserve of vegetarians, gap year students, residents of Brighton, burn outs, and crusties with a few too many guages in their earlobes. These days, everyone's on board (sort of), because even normal folk have realised that if we don't do something about climate change, our very existence could cease to exist. Which would be a shame, to say the least.
But for all our good intentions, very little will happen unless the powers that be know the score. Unfortunately, the powers that be appear to know the score about as well as a cowboy from Kentucky watching test cricket. In an effort to change this, the Campaign Against Climate Change is staging a march in London on Sunday 29 November to demand our governments take action.
The protest comes on the eve of the crucial Paris climate talks, when the most powerful nations in the world will attempt to reach an agreed stance on climate change - and then figure out what to do about it.
It's never been more important to make your voice heard. The planet depends on it.
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