07 May '12, 6pm

1,000 Rallies in 100 Countries 'Connect the Dots' on Extreme Weather & Climate Change

1,000 Rallies in 100 Countries 'Connect the Dots' on Extreme Weather & Climate Change

The action at Battery Park was one of many taking place concurrently around the world—over 1,000 rallies in 100 different nations were staged in support of 'Connect the Dots', a 350-led effort to highlight the link between climate change and extreme weather events and other real-world impacts. Participants were encouraged to send in photos, which 350.org collected at its website. The end result is a colorful real of international climate action. Here, for example, are citizens in Lebanon calling for more bike-friendly laws and infrastructure:

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/environmental-policy/1000-ralli...

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