It pulls together activists and world leaders alike, and this year was no different. The Annual United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP23) in Bonn, Germany concludes over the coming days and we have selected six tweets which sum up the event so far.
https://t.co/uMGsmqfWtx launches; 25k strong #climate march; 52 companies urge just transition from coal https://t.co/x0CpgH0XvA; Munich votes to shut last plant; & @BloombergDotOrg commits $50M to global #coal work.
Big week for momentum #beyondcoal! pic.twitter.com/T67Rc9ksOf
— Beyond Coal (@BeyondCoal) November 9, 2017
25,000 people at #Bonn #Klimademo with one simple message… #EndCoal #BeyondCoal #ClimateJustice #COP23 pic.twitter.com/tdsxtOOKot
— Anton Lazarus (@_antlaz_) November 4, 2017
Live RN Indigenous People’s Caucus Action at COP23 in Bonn, Germany. Protesting the state platform 📽🎤 watch here > https://t.co/XvCdI4T9o0 #cop23 #indigenousrising pic.twitter.com/UM76ngoLeI
— IndigenousEnviroNet (@IENearth) November 14, 2017
Wir sind bereit für die #klimademo! Der Münsterplatz ist voll! Kommt noch schnell vorbei und fordert den #kohleausstieg mit uns #COP23 pic.twitter.com/jEUlXhYwr0
— Klima-Kohle-Demo (@COP23Demo) November 4, 2017
Protesters denounce impact of coal on #climate at mine near #Bonn, ahead of #COP23 talks pic.twitter.com/HqbFGzz3p1
— AFP news agency (@AFP) November 5, 2017
German Chancellor Angela Merkel at opening of #COP23 high level segment : “We have come here today because we are facing the definitive challenge for humanity. #Climatechange will determine our fate” pic.twitter.com/S3LugSDl0P
— UN Climate Change (@UNFCCC) November 15, 2017