From 27 to 29 November, activists of the "Aetas" environmental organization of the Russian city of Arkhangelsk, together with the Norwegian environmental organization «Natur og Ungdom» hold their climate march.
This weekend, the organization also holds the V International Civil Forum 2b sustainable for joint discussion of environmental projects with city authorities and representatives of environmental organizations of Northwest Russia, Norway, Indonesia and Uzbekistan.
According to organizers, the purpose of the march is to appeal to the world leaders and to call for the transition to renewable energy sources by 2050, on the eve of the UN climate summit in Paris.
This weekend, hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world are expected to hold climate marches in more than 150 countries to urge the leaders of the world's countries to sign a global climate agreement.
Next week, world leaders in the industry, governments and major financial players from over 150 countries will gather in Paris for the 21st Conference - Global climate negotiations (COP21), organized under the Framework Convention of the United Nations on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Participants will seek to conclude the first ever legally binding agreement on global transition to green economy, limitation of industrial greenhouse gas emissions, and creation of financial tools for more efficient models of sustainable growth.