Newcastle Climate March

On Sunday, nearly 650 people marched through Newcastle calling on politicians to deliver a clean energy future free from climate chaos.

This weekend’s Global Climate March broke records to become the largest climate mobilisation in history. It saw an estimated 785,000 people worldwide take part in 2,300 events across 175 countries.  The Newcastle Climate March, organised by ACT! and Avaaz, was one of several in the North East, and people turned out in their hundreds despite the blustery weather. I’ll let my photos of the event tell the story.  We’ve all made our voices heard, and now it’s over to the climate change negotiators at Paris COP21 to deliver the legally binding agreement on greenhouse gas emissions that we need


About Adam Vaughan

Adam Vaughan is an architect with a passion for low-energy environment-friendly buildings. After working abroad in Paris and Dublin, Adam returned to his native Newcastle in 2005 to join JDDK Ltd, a practice with a reputation for environmentally low-impact design, where he is now a Director.

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