National Climate Change March in London on 6 Dec, 2008. Organised by the Campaign Against Climate Change. The day started with cyclists in Lincolns Inn Fields, who rode as a 'critical mass' around various offices of companies involved in climate damaging activities including biofuel production and the promotion of coal-fired power stations.
The march started in Grosvenor Square with around 4000 people, although the US - the major world polluters - got an easy ride this year on Obama's promises. Marchers carried banners and posters reflecting the four major themes - no coal-fired power stations, no airport expansion, no agrofuels and a big yes to a renewable energy revolution and green jobs. But perhaps the biggest banner was that proclaiming 'Capitalism Isn't Working' surrounded by a group of anarchists.