The People's Climate March

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PEOPLE'S CLIMATE MARCH DRAWS OVER 400,000

"Coursing through Midtown, from Columbus Circle to Times Square and the Far West Side, the People's Climate March was a spectacle even for a city known for doing things big." So said the New York Times in its front-page coverage of the People's Climate March in Manhattan.

More than 400,000 citizen activists, including more than 25,000 Sierra Club members, joined in what is being called the largest climate march in history. It was also the largest-ever gathering of Sierra Club members and supporters in the history of the organization. More than 100 buses from 35 states were organized and funded by the Club, which also ran Climate Caravan trains from Washington, D.C., the Midwest, and as far away as California. Read the full story.


MUSIC THAT CELEBRATES THE MARCH

This acoustic track from the legendary Neil Young asks "Who's Gonna Stand Up?"



The Sierra Club is proud to be a partner on the forthcoming album HOME from the Hip Hop Caucus. This cover of Marvin Gaye’s original masterpiece, Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology), performed by Antonique Smith for the album.




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