Cut the Carbon march reaches London

A Christian Aid protest march branded by Hat Trick Design today reaches the last leg of its UK tour in London.


A Christian Aid protest march branded by Hat Trick Design today reaches the last leg of its UK tour in London.


The charity’s Cut the Carbon campaign set off 11 weeks ago from Bangor in Northern Ireland, and has rallied support from protesters in Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh.


Hat Trick was commissioned in March to create the concept, identity and marketing communications material for the march.



Protesters are calling on the Government to commit to cutting at least 80 per cent of the UK’s carbon emissions by 2050 in the forthcoming Climate Change Bill.



Campaigners will march through the city, from City Hall near Tower Bridge to St Paul’s Cathedral, listening to the London samba band and celebrating the end of the march.



For more information, see http://www.christianaid.org.uk.






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