Do you live in the New York City area? Do you want to be a part of history? Do you care about global warming and environmental protection?
Tomorrow, world leaders are coming to Manhattan for a United Nations summit on the ongoing climate crisis. A UN Secretary is advocating for the adoption of a global agreement to drastically reduce global warming-causing pollution.
This is something that needs to happen.
We are showing our support by peacefully marching tomorrow, taking to the streets of Manhattan to show that we truly care. This will be one of the biggest marches in New York City history, with thousands of people committed to attending.
The march begins at 11:30am, at Central Park West, between 65th and 86th street.
Interested in going with a group? Click the school name to go to its event page:
Don’t see your school? Don’t worry! Students from universities all over the United States have planned to attend the march. Contact your university’s environmental sustainability student organizations! Click here for the general event page for the March.
To learn more about the People’s Climate March, visit their FAQ here for more information about logistics, disability accommodations, where to show up, and what not to bring.