40,000 of Us Walked Against Warming

By Jeremy Meltingtallow

From todays Age newspaper

The organisers expected 10,000 people to turn up at the State Library yesterday to walk against warming.  We wanted to send a strong message to the politicians at Copenhagen that we want a deal that will tackle climate change.

Meeting at the State Library

It takes a long time to walk down Swanston Street

Passing the centre of consumerism - Bourke Street

Flinders Station in a sea of people

Once on the bridge, we were corralled into letters

To try to spell Safe Climate Do It

We were in the cross bar of the E of SAFE. You can’t tell, even when you look at the biggest photo on the Walk Against Warming web site. But we were there.