A protester at England's Didcot power station contemplates the changing landscape. Photo: Kate Davison/Greenpeace It's half an hour or so after the end of Britain's biggest-ever protest against climate change, and I'm still hanging out in Trafalgar Square. A few groups of kids are milling around, and a couple of anarchists have set up a bicycle-powered disco. One or two old-timers are trying to get rid of their last remaining copies of the Socialist Worker. Most of the protesters have heeded the organizers' advice to reuse or recycle their placards, but the local cleaning crews are quick on the job, …
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Mike Wendling is a freelance journalist based in London.
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