Over the weekend, while taking a lovely walk through my little haven of Hastings-on-Hudson, I came across a group informing the community about The People's Climate March in New York City that is happening on Sunday, September 21st.
Intrigued by what the climate march is exactly about, other than just marching for climate, I took advantage of the power of the internet and researched a little more. Upon my Google search, I quickly came to find that the heads of state will be making their way to New York City for a justifiably historic summit regarding climate change in hopes of "bend[ing] the course of history".
Taken directly from the People's Climate March's website, the group's mission is: "We want this moment to be about us – the people who are standing up in our communities, to organise, to build power, and to shift power to a just, safe, peaceful world. To do that, we need to act – together."
If you are unable to make the event in September, please visit this link to find out other ways to get involved in the cause.