Here are some photos from the large
Nagoya event on October 10, 2010 with over 1,000 participants who walked through the busy streets with banners and costumes, to protect biodiversity and protest against genetically modified organisms (GMOs)!
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Planet Diversity Event in Nagoya, Japan on October 10, 2010
No! GMO Campaign activists participated in the parade...
Members of the Seikatsu Club Co-op in Nagoya
Speeches and music at the Planet Diversity pre-event in Nagoya before the MOP5-COP10 conference
Farmers and consumers marched together on October 10, 2010 for biodiversity and safe food!
Over 1,000 people gathered for the biodiversity parade in Nagoya
Planet Diversity audience at the Sakae Mochi no Ki Hiroba in central Nagoya
At 15:00 sharp on Sunday, October 10, 2010, the Planet Diversity Parade started in Nagoya, Japan with invited guests from around the World