UK Prime Minister, Tony Blair is in the last chance saloon on climate, according to environmental campaigners. The Stop Climate Chaos coalition has pledged to turn up the heat on the Prime Minister with the launch of its “I Count” campaign highlighting that, as Mr Blair’s premiership melts away, climate change is the most important single issue on which he can leave a lasting legacy.

The launch will be marked with an unveiling of a 4ft high ice sculpture of Mr Blair’s head in Trafalgar Square on 4 November, on the eve of climate talks in Nairobi. For more information and how you can get involved, click here.

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  • 10.00am Cycle protest assembles at Lincoln’s Inn Fields, South side (Holborn/Temple tube). Goes via ExxonMobil offices, Australian Embassy and Downing Street to arrive at US embassy at 11.30 am.

    11.00am Rally opens : Messages from around the world, performance poetry & musical protest with “Seize the Day” and others.

    12 noon Main Rally at US Embassy, Grosvenor Square. Speakers include George Monbiot, Colin Challen MP, Caroline Lucas MEP, Norman Baker MP, Zac Goldsmith.

    1.00 pm March for Global Climate Justice from US embassy to Trafalgar Square

    1.45 – 2.00 pm March joins i-Count’s.. Mass Gathering in Trafalgar Square

    1.00 – 3.00pm i-Count Mass Gathering in Trafalgar Square

    Stop climate chaos are limiting their activities to the UK but the march organisers, CCC, are keen on international solidarity, more on:

    Join us for the biggest event of the year to stop climate chaos!

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