Make History at the People’s Climate March in New York City

by Mary Sweeters

August 25, 2014

In just one month, tens of thousands of people will be marching in New York City for the climate and we need you there.

Im marching because as the Arctic melts and sea levels rise, thousands of people already have been or will be forced to move in order to survive. I want world leaders to know that the climate crisis is important for all of us to deal with, right now. I hope youll join me.

This is going to be the BIGGEST climate march in history. Sign up to join me at the Peoples Climate March on September 21.

Need a ride? Well be chartering buses to get as many of you to the march as possible. Just sign up today and well send you more information.

Greenpeace is one of hundreds of organizations, together with tens of thousands of individuals from around the country, that will come together for this historic moment, held to get world leaders attention during the UN Climate Summit.

The Peoples Climate March is just one month away!

Sign up now and become part of history.

WHAT: Peoples Climate March

WHERE: New York City

WHEN: Sunday, September 21 at 11:30am

Our leaders have ignored the warning signs long enough. We cant stand by any longer as our shores flood, farmland dries up, and polar bears lose their homes.


No one will be untouched by the effects of climate change. Join us on September 21st to stand up for our planets future, before its too late.

Mary Sweeters

By Mary Sweeters

Mary Sweeters is a Climate and Energy Campaigner with Greenpeace USA. She works to fight the undue influence of the oil industry in solidarity with communities affected by oil extraction, pollution, and climate change, and to advocate for a just transition to a clean energy economy. She is from Sonoma, California.

We Need Your Voice. Join Us!

Want to learn more about tax-deductible giving, donating stock and estate planning?

Visit Greenpeace Fund, a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) charitable entity created to increase public awareness and understanding of environmental issues through research, the media and educational programs.