RSVP here to join us and thousands of climate activists on October 14 for the People's Climate Movement National Day of Action -- taking place in over 100 cities from coast to coast!
Last year, over 400,000 of us marched through the streets of New York City to demand bold action on climate change. In the months since, President Obama and world leaders have announced major plans and initiatives to cut global warming pollution in China, India and here in the USA. But the plans proposed aren't enough to keep our planet below a crucial tipping point that could lead to climate chaos.1
We need world leaders to follow through, and do more, at the final climate negotiations in Paris this December. So we’re asking everyone to join together on October 14th for the People’s Climate Movement National Day of Action. With big actions planned in 100 cities including New York, Miami, Denver, San Francisco, Pittsburgh and Seattle, we’re building momentum, but we need your help to organize actions all across the country.
Click here to plan an action or join an event as part of the People's Climate Movement National Day of Action on October 14th.
Last year's People's Climate March showed that lots of us care about the climate and brought attention and resources to front line communities hit hardest by climate chaos -- communities of color, low wealth, indigenous and immigrant/migrant communities. Together we changed the story about who cares about climate and showed that to change everything, we need everyone everywhere.
The People’s Climate Movement was created right after the march, to continue the fight against climate change and move to a clean energy economy. This fight is too large for any single organization, city or sector. But by acting in solidarity with the movement and dozens of allies like 350.org, Greenpeace and more we can bring the beauty, energy and success of the People’s Climate March to every community.
But we can't do it without you. The People’s Climate Movement’s goal is to organize 100 actions across the country and bring thousands of people into the streets again. We need to show that the People’s Climate March was not a one time event: it’s a movement that exists from coast to coast and across the globe.
Will you join a People’s Climate Movement action near you as people around the country demand bold action on climate change on October 14th?
Drew and the people's climate mobilization crew at Environmental Action
1 - Reuters, Climate pledges by 140 countries will limit global warming – but not enough, October 1, 2015