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In pictures: Climate change protests

An environmental activist poses with a placard during a protest in Denpasar, on Bali island

Demonstrations are taking place in at least 50 cities across the world to coincide with UN climate change talks in Bali - including this one on the island itself.

A climate change protester on the streets of Denpasar, Bali island

The rallies come midway through a summit which is considering how to cut greenhouse gas emissions after current Kyoto Protocol targets expire in 2012.

A climate change protester waves a placard outside the Houses of Parliament in London

Marchers in London are delivering a letter to Prime Minister Gordon Brown calling for a strong UK climate change law.

Greenpeace campaigner holds an alarm clock during a climate change rally in Istanbul, Turkey

Hilal Atici was one of hundreds of Turkish environmental campaigners that gathered in Istanbul.

Climate change activists in the Philippines stand beside solar panels to raise awareness of solar energy

Hundreds of people rallied in the Philippines capital, Manila, to highlight the use of solar power.

An ice sculpture of a polar bear in the German capital, Berlin, draws attention to climate change

In Berlin, an ice sculpture of a polar bear was carved out of 15 tonnes of ice as a memorial to climate protection.

A young girl holding a placard, takes part in protests in Beirut

Lebanon was one of six Arab nations taking part in the day of action for the first time. This girl is among the 2,000 people who marched through Beirut. Picture: Wael Hmaidan.



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