An estimated 100,000 people marched through the streets of Copenhagen this weekend to rally against climate change, the largest of such gatherings in history, demanding that an effective, legally binding agreement comes out of the UN climate conference that is happening this week.
With a range of slogans from "climate change kills" to "there is no planet B" to "nature doesn't comprised," diverse groups of people from all over the world came to show their support for climate justice as they cried out for real leadership against global climate change. Some people even came dressed as a threatened global warming animal, like the panda or polar bear.
Check this collection of photos of the peaceful protesters:
Watch this awesome on-the-ground video of the protests by Project Survival Media made by Ekta Kothari: