World-wide Protests Urge Action To Combat Global Warming

Over 100,000 people in 30 countries urges countries to combat global warming.

"The marches - timed to put pressure on the most important international climate change negotiations since the agreement of the Kyoto Protocol eight years ago - took place against a background of a blizzard of new research showing the heating of the planet is seriously affecting the world sooner than scientists predicted.

The protests were directed primarily at US President George W. Bush, who ruled out even talking about setting targets for reducing pollution past 2012, when present targets expire."

Full Story: Global warming protest stretches around world

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