Hundreds of thousands of people – this is a moment in history. Because this is a “movement of movements” moment, the People’s Climate March is being organized in a participatory, open-source model. This means that there isn’t a central “decision-making” body or single coalition. Rather, groups and individuals are collaborating with some basic shared agreements around respect, collaboration, trust, and many are using the Jemez Principles of Environmental Justice.
Interested in Getting to the People’s Climate March?
If you haven’t heard about the biggest “feet on the street” mobilization for Mother Earth, you need to visit the Climate March website NOW!
Add your name to the local list of marchers here – and one of our 20+ local bus captains will be in touch! We have over 1,000 people from our area going to this march on Sunday September 21st in New York City!
The march is just the beginning! This is a moment to coalesce everyone everywhere to start the big shift. We will be carrying the energy and connections from the march forward – if you would like to join this conversation, please save the date for the next Climate Action Now general meeting:
Climate Action NOW/350MA meeting: After the Peoples’ Climate March – What is Next?
Monday, September 29th at 7pm
Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst, 121 North Pleasant St., Amherst
Topics for this meeting will grow out of everyone’s experience at the People’s Climate March. Bring your ideas for continuing our work to fight climate change! This meeting is free, open to the public, and handicap accesible.