In the build up to the United Nations summit on environmental laws to be held in Paris in December, thousands of climate change activists from all over the UK marched through London to Parliament Square. There were similar demonstrations in cities around the world on March 7.
Demanding government moves towards renewable energies, the discontinuation of use of fossil fuels, and a general conversion of the population to veganism they drummed, sang and danced their way through central London, halting traffic and having a damn fine time doing it.
One group, from Hackney, began the day of action at Dalston Square and before heading to central London.
Upon arriving to Lincoln Inn’s Fields at around half past 12 in the afternoon, the marchers were greeted by huge numbers of people and glorious sunshine.
The beautiful day gave way to beautiful vibes and a crowd of generally happy and hopeful people. As the speeches went on through the afternoon many people dispersed, but a strong core group of supporters stuck around.Pictures: Elena McDonough