Climate Generation actively participates in climate marches and rallies, from the People’s Climate March in New York City to the Forward on Climate Rally in Washington D.C.
On April 29, 2017—the 100th day of the Trump administration—Climate Generation staff joined over 200,000 people who turned out in the streets of D.C. for the People’s Climate March, and the tens of thousands who took part in over 370 sister marches around the country.
The Climate Generation team, along with partners, educators, youth and friends from around the country, is gearing up to march this April, 2017. Learn more about why we march and how to join us at the March for Science (April 22) and People’s Climate March (April 29).
We are organizing high school students from across the country to march together in the People’s Climate Movement on Saturday, April 29th in Washington, D.C., standing up for the importance of youth leadership and youth voices in combating climate change.
We are organizing educators from across the country to march together in the People’s Climate Movement on Saturday, April 29th in Washington, D.C., standing up for the importance of climate change education.
In February 2013, a massive group of climate activists gathered on the National Mall on Sunday to urge President Obama to “move forward on climate” and take action on climate policy.
Organizers of the major rally, including the Sierra Club and 350.org, estimated that there were 40,000 protesters from 30 states in what the groups are billing as the largest climate rally in history.
Hundreds joined the rally from Minnesota (mentioned in this New York Times piece) including youth involved in our YEA! MN program.
Over 400,000 people joined the People’s Climate March in New York City in September 2014, making it the largest climate march in history. Climate Generation was proud to send a high school delegation of 10 youth and 2 youth climate staff.