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Yesterday more than 300,000 people came together to urge world leaders to take action against global climate change. Attendees included New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Al Gore, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Dr. Jane Goodall, Sting, Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Evangeline Lilly and Edward Norton. The NYC People’s Climate Change March was the largest climate change protest in five years.
Similar marches and events were also held in other major cities around the world, to help bring attention to global warming before the U.N. summit schedule for Tuesday. President Obama and other world leaders from government, finance and business will be at the U.N. to announce initiatives meant to move the world toward limiting global warming.
We all need to be aware of issues that affect our environment, and what we can do to help save our planet. Together we can make a difference! Please share your thoughts and ideas, from your life or within your community, that can help make a difference!