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Here are some of the photos I took at pro-environment marches in London, during the early years of the Campaign against Climate Change (CaCC).
Like a child with a new toy, I couldn't resist using the image processing software that came with my laptop computer, to make elaborate collages of my early pics. The first of these features a "Global Warning" [sic] rally outside the American Embassy in Grosvenor Square. Then, 5 days later, we reassembled at Buckingham Palace, to mark US President George W Bush's visit to London with an "Unwelcoming Party" (and btw the "Outlaw" banners were translucent, I didn't flip the image!).
This march went from Lincoln's Inn Fields, via Exxon Mobil's office in Aldwych, to the US Embassy. Speakers included Green Party MEP Jean Lambert, and CaCC Co-ordinator Phil Thornhill.
Friends of the Earth organised the "Tractors and Trolleys (against GM)" march, during a year when the subject of genetically-modified organisms (GMO) was, let's say, something of a hot potato...
Another Bush visit, and another CaCC march to Grosvenor Square. As ever we were accompanied, and entertained, by the bicycle-powered sound machine known as "Rinky Dink" (photo 2). The first speaker, at around 9pm, was ex-Environment Minister Michael Meacher.