Relive all the action from the climate change gigs on NME.COM

Live Earth saw over 150 acts take part in nine concerts around the globe yesterday (July 7).

The event, the brainchild of former US vice president Al Gore, aimed to raise awareness about climate change issues and global warming.

The first leg kicked off in Australia, before event’s sprung up round the planet with the likes of Madonna, Foo Fighters, The Police and Kanye West among the acts taking part.

NME.COM brought you coverage live from yesterday’s events and you can relive that online now, including our special coverage from the Sydney, London and New York legs.

Just choose from the links below:

London

Kick off

Genesis

Johnny Borrell: Al Gore made me go green

Razorlight

Snow Patrol

David Gray & Damian Rice

Kasabian

Simon Le Bon: Pressure your government

Paolo Nutini

John Legend

Black Eyed Peas

Duran Duran

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Bloc Party

Corinne Bailey Rae and Terra Naomi

Keane

Metallica

Spinal Tap

James Blunt

Beastie Boys

Chris Rock: It’s ok to swear at Live Earth

Pussycat Dolls

Ad Rock: I put Al Gore on hold

Foo Fighters

Madonna

New York

Kick off

KT Tunstall

Taking Back Sunday

Fall Out Boy

Pete Wentz: Bush should sign climate treaty

John Mayer

Kanye West

The Police

Sydney

Kick off

Wolfmother

Crowded House

Toyko

Hamburg

Rio

Johannesburg