Protest to take on Trump's climate policies

Posted April 30, 2017

Thousands of demonstrators are expected to take to the streets Saturday in Washington, D.C., and cities across the country, for the Peoples Climate March, which is being billed as a mobilization for climate, jobs and justice.

Protesters backing action on climate change are braving the sweltering heat Saturday in the nation's capital as part of the People's Climate March. "We want to see bees, butterflies, ladybugs, jellyfish, cheetahs, sharks and more!" reads the People's Climate Movement circular taht's been distributed around town. He has also vowed to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement, the landmark accord in which almost 200 countries committed to slashing carbon emissions, although many in his inner circle have urged him not to do so. Follow along via the Evrybit story below, and keep an eye on Truthdig's Facebook page for live footage from the field. "It hasn't worked because our people-powered movement is stronger than he is - together, the resistance stopped his attempts to overturn the Affordable Care Act and stymied his despicable Muslim ban".

"It's not just an enviro event", Paul Getsos, the national coordinator for the People's Climate March, says.

The people backing the march range from the Communist Party USA, the Sierra Club, CODEPINK, and the Barack Obama-backed Organizing for Action.

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The demonstration comes a day after the EPA took down the climate page on its website, a move that is sure to galvanize protestors already skeptical of the Trump administration.

Along the way, they passed the Trump International Hotel DC, shouting, "We will not go away".

Dozens of "sister" marches are planned for other North America locales, from Anapolish Royal, Nova Scotia, to Dutch Harbor in Alaska's Aleutian Islands.

The main march was set to begin at 12:30 near the Capitol.

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Expect a south breeze today between 10 and 20 miles per hour . "Basically we let the weather come to us up here". Regardless, the threat for heavy rain will exist for the entire viewing area as this system moves through.

By 3:00, the march will conclude with activities in front of the Washington Monument, where participants can "connect and share" stories and solutions about climate change. He doesn't realize climate change impacts everyone.

"Now Trump's entire fossil fuel agenda is next, and we believe that the path forward is based in the voice of the people - which is expressed first and foremost through mass protests and mass marches".

Among those expected to attend are actor and climate activist Leonardo DiCaprio and former Vice President Al Gore.

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