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10.24.2009

350.org International Day of Climate Action in Moncton

350 Moncton! Represent!

Pas juste une constatation d'un fait. Nous souffrons déjà des actions environnementalements destructives de nos ancêtres. Allons-nous faire encore pire à nos propres enfants?

A beautiful group of people out in the cold fall rain to tell our Canadian deleguation to the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen that we want Canada to commit to reducing our emissions to move below the safe threshold of 350 parts per million of CO2 in the atmosphere.



Loosening up with a bit of laughter therapy.

Behold! Brussel sprouts!

Copenhagen or bust!


Like so many things in New Brunswick, Brunswick News is owned by Irving. Times and Transcript is a part of Brunswick News. It would seem that Times and Transcript supports Canada taking action on climate change. Can you guess what the next association is?

Un beau groupe du haut du pont de train


Un des posters...merci pour tout ton beau travail Françoise!


Being polite and not disturbing Main Street traffic...even though we should have

Paul Pellerin, Moncton City Councillor and President of the Environmental Committee (one of the good ones)

Françoise, notre organisatrice extraordinaire



There seems to be a theme to these signs...


350 pointing to our Canadian flag

Giving Steve-O a call!

Silver deers in support of politicians getting their act together.

Stephen Steeves, Green Party of Canada


Du haut de l'hôtel de ville de Moncton...cette photo et d'autres ont été envoyées pour afficher sur le site 350.org avec tout les autres de partout au monde


Chris Collins, Member of Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick supporting climate change initiatives

1 comment:

SamuelB said...

J'espere que la population du NB sera d'avantage sensibilisee.

C'est pas comme si elle n'etait pas concerne par le rechauffement climatique et la hausse du CO2 dans notre atmosphere...