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Beijing’s carbon-reduction targets are already far more ambitious than Washington’s.
Changing the path corporations and the 1 percent have set for our planet is going to take more than a march. It’s going to take a struggle.
Hear from some of the activists who made up the massive crowd at the largest environmental justice demonstration in history.
Hundreds of thousands of people flooded the streets of New York and cities around the world on Sunday, but the fight for climate justice is only beginning.
Watch Democracy Now!'s in-depth coverage from the historic march, featuring Bill McKibben, Amy Goodman and many more.
Thoreau was right: “in Wildness is the preservation of the World.”
We've already lost a lot to climate change, and we'll lose more unless we take collective action.
What if, instead of accepting a future of climate catastrophe and private profits, we decide to change everything?
Organizers want to transform the image of the climate movement from one dominated by white liberals to one populated by the entire spectrum of race and class in America.
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