One of many faces in the crowd on Saturday. Protesters came from all over the world to let conference delegates know that climate change, to them, is a social justice issue.
Published on Dec. 13, 2009
These dudes were so tired after their long march to the Bella Center that their skin fell off. So disillusioned by the COP15, they decided to just wait in the water outside the center until sea levels rise enough to drown them.
This was the view outside of Denmark's Parliament building on Saturday...Before the real crowds arrived.
This man was not alone on Saturday in his feelings about what comes next in the climate treaty process.
Things started getting pretty rowdy as the evening wore on...And this was after the 900 arrests.
Others were smaller, more intimate affairs.
After many miles of marching, the masses gathered outside the Bella Center and started building fires in the street. Some were big.
This is one of those moments when authorities weren't really in control.
Flaming pandas were in the house. No word yet if they were arrested.
Organizers and police tried to control the crowds along the way. Sometimes it worked and sometimes it didn't.
The scene outside of the Parliament Building late morning on Saturday. This was before the real crowds showed up.
Protesters took it to a new level today in Copenhagen. A reported 100,000 people marched from Denmark's Parliament building to the COP15 with more than 900 of them getting arrested along the way.