Global Climate March - Madrid, Spain (29/11/2015)

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Thousands of protesters marched through the center of Madrid (Spain) during the Global Climate March on Sunday. The protest aimed to draw attention to climate change and force world leaders to implement serious actions against climate change on the '2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference' (COP21) in Paris.
In Spain, the protests were organized by Alliance for the Climate, a coalition of more than 400 organizations including Greenpeace. The coalition organized several climate change marches in different Spanish cities. Apart from Madrid, there were protests in Barcelona, Valencia, Bilbao, Zaragoza, Valladolid, A Coruña, Pamplona, Murcia etc.
Worldwild there were more than 2000 Climate Marches on 29 November.

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  1. M/S Protesters holding placard, reading (in Spanish): "Against the climate change: Let's change the model" C/U Protester holding placard, reading (in Spanish): "The thermometer of the life" M/S Protesters marching M/S Protesters marching M/S Protester holding placard reading: "Planet Not Profit" M/S Protesters of Greenpeace singing M/S Protesters holding placard, reading (in Spanish): "NO FRACKING" M/S Protester holding board, reading: "Stop CO2" M/S Protesters marching M/S A group of protesters drumming M/S Protesters holding a inflatable thermometer C/U Placard, reading (in Spanish): "Let's change a dirty past, for a clean future" M/S Placard, reading: "I love clean energy"

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    Thousands of protesters marched through the center of Madrid (Spain) during the Global Climate March in order to draw attention to climate change and global warming and force worldleaders to take serious actions against climate change on the '2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference' (COP21) in Paris. Several climate change protests were organized across Spain on 29 November by Alliance for the Climate, a coalition of more than 400 organizations, including Greenpeace.