The Changing Climate

rmangi:

Signs from the Climate March

firstandlastinitial:

Amazing experience being a part of the largest social demonstration in the last decade, and the largest climate demonstration in history yesterday.

firstandlastinitial:

Amazing experience being a part of the largest social demonstration in the last decade, and the largest climate demonstration in history yesterday.

peoplesclimatemarchamsterdam:

Join the People’s Climate March Amsterdam
www.PeoplesClimate.nl
gavinrussom:

#climate2014 #climatemarch #peoplesclimate

gavinrussom:

#climate2014 #climatemarch #peoplesclimate

queergiftedblack:

Today! #climatemarch #nyc

queergiftedblack:

Today! #climatemarch #nyc

trms:

Looking north (above) and south (below) from 30 Rockefeller Plaza at the People’s Climate March in New York City, September 21, 2014.

depredando:

The next time you hear someone say “no one gives a shit about climate change,” show them this photo. #PeoplesClimate

rmangi:

Climate March Signs Part 2

ablorg:

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A lot has happened this week in the quest to combat climate change, despite what some claim went largely ignored by major media.

100,000 people were expected, but 400,000 people showed up in NYC for the People’s Climate March, including Al Gore, a stuffed-animal toting Jane…

greenpeace:

As heads of state from David Cameron to Barack Obama meet in New York for a UN climate summit hosted by Ban Ki-moon, expectations are high for bold commitments on cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Use this interactive, in-depth map to find out who the big polluters are internationally, how China’s emissions have grown stratospherically and see who is most vulnerable to global warming’s impacts. Turn your sound up to hear the introduction to the map