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COP21: Climate March in the Philippines 

COP21: Climate March in the Philippines 

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Around 15,000 advocates representing climate-impacted communities, religious groups, youth, labor unions, anti-coal and renewable energy campaigners, and other concerned citizens took to the streets to join the Global Climate March on the weekend before the Paris talks begin.
The Filipino marchers set out a call for climate justice on behalf of vulnerable nations like the Philippines, and to demand a strong, fair and ambitious global climate agreement ahead of the international UN climate talks that will start on Monday, November 30.

The Global Climate March consists of 60 other major marches, plus more than 2,300 events, in over 150 countries on the eve of the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). In the Philippines, communities across Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao are holding a week of actions for climate justice with 20,000 people expected to join. 
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