MARCHING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE

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Today, Sunday world leaders are in New York City for a UN summit on the climate crisis. UN Secretary­ General Ban Ki-­moon is urging governments to support an ambitious global agreement to dramatically reduce global warming pollution.

With our global future on the line and the whole world watching, marchers will take a stand to bend the course of history. We’ll take to the streets to demand the world we know is within our reach: a world with an economy that works for people and the planet; a world safe from the ravages of climate change; a world with good jobs, clean air and water, and healthy communities.

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World leaders will be gathered in NYC for a landmark U.N. climate meeting — just the right moment for big public pressure.

They’ll peacefully flood the streets in historic numbers, both in New York City and in solidarity events around the world. Over 1,500 businesses, unions, faith groups, schools, social justice groups, environmental groups and more, all working together.

Committed to principles of environmental justice and equality — representing the communities that are being hit the hardest by climate change. This is an invitation to change everything.

THE PLAN FOR THE PEOPLE'S CLIMATE MARCH
The March - 11:30 am, Sunday, September 21st
Assembly Location: Central Park West, between 65th and 86th streets.

Enter on 65th, 72nd, 77th, 81st, or 86th street.
March Route:

The march will begin at 11:30 am.
March down Central Park West and go east on 59th Street
Turn onto 6th Ave. and go south to 42nd Street
Turn right onto 42nd Street and go west to 11th Ave
Turn left on 11th Ave. and go south to 34th Street
End Location: 11th Ave. in the streets between 34th Street and 38th Street

The Lineup - The Story of a New Climate Movement
We want to make sure the People's Climate March tells the story of today's climate movement in all its parts - so we're trying something new, and arranging the contingents of the march in a way that helps us thread our many messages together.

If you're simply looking to march through the streets of New York with more people than have ever come together before to demand action on climate change, head to 86th street and Central Park West.