By Anjali Nambissan:
Editor’s note: On 27th November 2015, right before representatives from nations took part in the United Nations climate talks in Paris, the people of Australia organised one of the largest climate change rallies the nation has ever held. In hopes of conveying to the representatives their concerns, Australians held marches in eight cities throughout the country, carrying messages of the action they expect from global leaders on climate change.
Here are a few glimpses of the Melbourne Climate March which started from the State Library of Victoria, and came to a close at the Parliament House.
Hope you liked these photographs of how thousands in Australia are demanding climate justice. Now, take a look at what lessons the Indian government needs to learn when it comes to climate change, here.