Tomorrow, ahead of crucial climate talks in Copenhagen, tens of thousands of people from all walks of life will march through the streets of London, Glasgow and Belfast for The Wave – the UK’s largest climate mobilisation in history.
We’re sure you’ve heard all about it by now, but if you need any reminding, check out all the details on the Tearfund website – www.tearfund.org/wave
If you are coming, don’t forget to wear something blue – lets make The Wave spectacular!
People are coming from all over the UK to the marches, and here are some pictures of a few of them!
Richard Avery is currently cycling from his home in The Wirral, and will be arriving in London tomorrow in time for The Wave. Here he is getting a cracking send off:
And some of our supporters from Wales will be arriving tomorrow with a blue dragon in tow – look out for it on the march!
The Wave is our chance to tell the UK government that we want to see a FAB (Fair, Ambitious and Binding) deal at the talks in Copenhagen. Copenhagen is the best chance the world has to seal a climate deal strong enough to protect the world’s poorest people. But a lot of work still needs to be done. Why not take further action and help us with the final push to make sure Gordon Brown feels the UK public’s wave of support for climate justice. Badger him at http://apps.facebook.com/superbadger
And don’t forget to follow SuperBadger’s thoughts on the day, both on Twitter (www.twitter.com/superbadger) and on this very blog.