Title: Answering Cosmological Questions using Galaxy Clustering Abstract: The observed clustering of galaxies provides a wealth of cosmological information, from the shape of the power spectrum, Baryon Acoustic Oscillations within it, and anisotropic features such as Redshift-Space Distortions. These can be used to better understand the observed acceleration of the low-redshift Universe: one of the key issues in modern physics. In this talk, I will discuss the physics behind this test, present recent results and look ahead to the ongoing Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (BOSS, part of SDSS-III), the future Dark Energy Survey (DES) and the Euclid experiment.