School children hold placards written “Tcktcktck” outside United Nations Building in Bangkok which will host a crucial UN Climate conference next month. The activity is a part of the launch of “Tcktcktck” campaign which aims to warn the world leader t...

Photo | August 28, 2009

School children hold placards written “Tcktcktck” outside United Nations Building in Bangkok which will host a crucial UN Climate conference next month. The activity is a part of the launch of “Tcktcktck” campaign which aims to warn the world leader that they have only 100 days to go before governments must agree on a new global climate treaty that will protect millions of lives and the planet’s ecosystem from devastating climate change impact.

The Tcktcktck campaign brings together an unprecedented alliance of faith groups, NGOs, trade unions and individuals at this crucial time to call for a new international treaty that will save the planet from the dangerous effects caused by climate change. As world leaders prepare to strike a climate deal in Copenhegen in December, tcktcktck will harness the voices of the people to demand an ambitious, fair and binding new international agreement that reflects the latest science.

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