Demands for action on climate change, Bonn, Germany

Photo: Women gather for Germany's biggest climate demonstration ever, with 25,000 people marching before the start of the world conference. What do we want? Climate Justice! Another focus of the march was shutting down polluting coal plants. See the websites of the movements focused on the climate summit:

    Photo: H. Campino/WLOE, November 4, 2017

And from WLOE in Bonn, our reports:

Climate Activism in Bonn: System Change not Climate Change  December, 2017

Demonstration in Bonn for climate action, no coal, gas or nukes.
November 11, 2017   (H. Campino/WLOE)

From the Connecticut River to the Rhine: local reporting for climate action November 11, 2017
(An earlier version appeared in the Greenfield Recorder)


Citizen action, social movements come to Bonn, November 2017

UN Climate Talks: The Republic of Fiji as COP23 President. November 3-17. Bonn, Germany. Learn More from

Find out about citizen action during the climate agreement here:

Hear from people in Fiji and Germany about how the struggle to keep fossil fuels in the ground and fight off worsening climate impacts connects them.
Check out the websites for the following events in Bonn and the huge open-pit coal mine north of the city (Ende Gelände -- stop coal):