29 Apr '17, 9pm

Why I Marched

“There's no Planet B!” This was a rallying cry chanted by WWF staff, activists and supporters who gathered today on the National Mall at the People’s Climate March in Washington, DC to fight for climate change mitigation. As I navigated through the sea of neon signs, puffy-painted t-shirts and boisterous chants, I was struck by the sheer number of those who gave up their sunny Saturday to join the fight for climate in our nation’s capital, and I left feeling deeply inspired that together, we can provoke positive change. The crowd was fired up. This was especially obvious during the march’s significant moments: the kickoff, moment of silence and moment of noise at the White House and the end-of-march gathering at the Washington Monument. In the midst of uncertainty as to where America’s energy policies are headed, concern for the future was funneled into an emphatic call fo...

Full article: http://www.worldwildlife.org/stories/why-i-marched

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