The climate march on Friday September 27th was an historic event with millions of people participating thousands of marches all around the world. The largest climate march took place in Montreal where 500,000 protestors joined Greta Thunberg to call for climate action. This was the largest single climate march ever. A total of almost a million Canadians took part in some form of action on this day. This is prescient for Canadians who are voting in national elections on October 21. On September 20th 4 million people took part in almost 4,500 climate strikes in 132 countries. There were 800 events in the U.S. including a massive march in New York City ahead of the U.N.’s Climate Action Summit. These climate strikes are of global importance as they are part of a game-changing movement.
Greta’s Strikes for Climate Action and her Game-Changing Global Movement
The Sprawling Diversity of the Climate Protest Movement
Climate Inaction vs Income Inequality: The Underlying Unity Behind these Protest Movements
Women’s March Calls for Environmental Justice
Young People are Leading Climate Activism and Giving Us Reason to Hope
People-Powered Protest Kills the Energy East Pipeline
Climate Protesters are Part of a Broad Coalition that Cannot be Ignored
People Powered Environmental Movement
Protesting Trump is Essential for the Survival of Life on the Planet
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