November 4: International Day of Action Against Climate Change
Nov 4 (or thereabouts) will see potentially hundreds of thousands of people on the street demanding government action on climate change. Actions range between cyber-actions and "turn-off" boycotts, to street marches to pickets and blockades of carbon-producing industries, as the people of the world see the increasing effects of climate change hitting home.
This week the UN released a report saying the evidence for climate change is "far more robust" than ever before. A landmark report by UK Economist Nicolas Stern  has shook up the world with it's dire predictions of economic catastrophe. However dire as the cash-flow effect of climate change might be, we need to remember, as George Monbiot says, that "The principal costs of climate change will be measured in lives, not pounds" 
- find a rally near you!: www.globalclimatecampaign.org
Heatwave FM - Climate Rescue Radio reporting on events as they happen as the day unfolds. Tune in to the internet stream at www.heatwaveFM.net
Africa Nov 11 actions to coincide with the UN Climate Talks (MOP 2, COP 12) in Nairobi, Kenya from 6th to 17th November 2006.
[UN Climate Change Conference website]