Join the People’s Climate Movement this April 29th in Washington DC and across the country to stand up for our communities and climate.
Throughout the first 100 days in office, the People's Climate Movement is organizing a country-wide arc of action, culminating on April 29th in Washington DC in a powerful mobilization to unite all of our movements. To change everything, we need everyone.
People’s Climate March
April 29th, 2017
[Photo: Shadia Fayne Wood]
Why we're marching
There is no denying it: Donald Trump’s election is a threat to the future of our planet, the safety of our communities, and the health of our families. If the policies he proposed on the campaign trail are implemented, they will destroy our climate, decimate our jobs and livelihoods, and undermine the civil rights and liberties won in many hard fought battles.
It’s up to us to stop that from happening before it starts.
Our fights are tied together, and we will only succeed together. That’s why, from now through the first 100 days and beyond, we are taking action and standing up for everything and everyone we love — and we are calling on everyone to join us on April 29th for a massive march to bring our demands to the streets of Washington DC. We’re ready to fight back, and we are ready to build a resistance to Trump and Congress’ attacks on our climate, our communities, and our jobs that stands alongside the unprecedented Women’s Marches and other powerful rallies that shook the globe in the hours and days following the inauguration of Donald Trump and the 115th Congress.
On April 29th, we will march for our families. We will march for our air, our water, and our land. We will march for clean energy jobs and climate justice. We will march for our communities and the people we love. And we will demand that we leave a living earth for future generations.
Join the sister march in Los Angeles
Because our business is based in Malibu, we will be marching in solidarity at the sister march in Los Angeles. The official march in LA will take place near the Tesoro oil refinery to oppose their merger with BP and to resist plans to make Los Angeles Harbor a hub for storage, processing, and export of dirty Tar Sands / Bakken crude oil.
Big Oil’s plans to get bigger would create the largest dirty oil processing facility on the West Coast, doubling crude storage tanks for 3.4 million barrels, using caustic and carcinogenic chemicals with explosive and toxic release risks, and deficient environmental review by the South Coast Air Quality Management District.
We must break this deadly addiction to crude oil and transition now to an equitable and sustainable 100% clean renewable energy economy with better jobs and healthier communities.