Episode #33

Inside the ginormous, huge-tastic climate march

Hear the People's Climate March make history.
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They promised the biggest climate march in world history. But when the big morning arrived, the Weather app showed a thundercloud. 

Hear what happened next—and feel the (renewable) energy of a giant, urgent movement hitting the streets together for the first time—as The Good Fight takes you inside the most ambitious grassroots mobilization of the year.

Originally posted on September 26, 2014


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Here's the official People's Climate March website. Check out the march's lineup here, and the route here

350.org co-founder Bill McKibben talks to The New Yorker before the largest environmental march in human history. 

Here's a nifty Storify, telling the blow-by-blow of the march in New York City, and the rest of the world. 

Glowing compliments, courtesy of The New York Times: "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[.]"

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