Peoples Climate March >>>> Every φ⇑♥;}≈ϑ Day


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Join *People's Climate March - Solo* every day, wherever you are, with climate action signs, words, buttons, temporary tattoos, tagged clothes and your body to show others you are taking a stand for climate protection.

Yes, in addition to the yearly, official, group Peoples Climate March, today is a day to march on your own or with a few friends!!

Why? Because the Peoples Climate March is also about marching and taking a stand every φ⇑♥;}≈ϑ day, in public, at work, at play and everywhere else for protection of our planet.

XOEarth invites you to join us TODAY in taking a visible and public stand for our climate.

So start doing your *People's Climate March - Solo* today to help build this movement and to slow down climate change.

For all the life, XOEarth Stele

PS: For more ideas and tools to power-up your march, check out our Occupy XOEarth solo protest initiative.

For some ways to tag your clothing, use temporary tattoos, bracelets, bandanas, buttons and more to give street cred to your People’s Climate March - Solo, see our XOEarth Tats Tags Style page.

To find out if there is going to be a big, group People’s Climate March in your area, or to start one, check out PeoplesClimate.org.

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Peoples Climate March, Every Day!
for all the sweet, _______ life, we say
we march, to stop the mega storms and hurricanes
we march, to stop the wicked droughts and heat waves
we march, to stop the bloody floods and wild fires
we march, to stop the rising tides and sea level rise
[we march, to stop human extinction 2035]

ch: Peoples Climate March, Today!
for all the _______ life, we say

for those we love and those not known
our bodies take a stand
for the kiddies and the critters
our hands protect the water and the land
for this planet earth, groovy and rare
we buy only what is kind and fair
for all the life that will live to love
our actions show (the future) we care

Peoples Climate March, Every Day!
for all the _______ life, we say
Peoples Climate March, today

Washington DC April 29th, 2017
NYC September 21st, 2014

Peoples Climate March - Every φ⇑♥;}≈ϑ Day /stele cc

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Peoples .Climate .March, to.day e g-5f a-7f e
for all the _______ life, we say

we march, e
to stop the mega storms and hurricanes ae
we march, e
to stop the wicked .droughts and heat .waves bae
we march, e
to stop the bloody floods and wild .fires ae
we march, e
to stop the rising tides .and sea .level rise bae

ch: Peoples Climate March, everyday
for all the _______ life, we say

for those we love and those not known e
our bodies take a stand d
for the kiddies and the critters e
our hands protect the water and the land f(e shape 3f)
for this planet earth, groovy and rare e
we buy only what is kind and fair d
for all the life that will live to love e
our actions will show (the future) we care f

Peoples Climate March, today
for all the _______ life, we say
Peoples Climate March, everyday

(Stele capos at 2f(fret))

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A weekend to bend the course of history

In September 2014, heads of state went to New York City for a historic summit on climate change. With our future on the line, we took a weekend to bend the course of history.

In New York City it was an unprecedented climate mobilization – in size, beauty, and impact. This moment was not be just about New York or the United States. Heads of state from around the world were be there, as will the attention of global media.

Our demand is for Action, Not Words: take the action necessary to create a world with an economy that works for people and the planet – now. In short, we want a world safe from the ravages of climate change.

We know that no single meeting or summit will “solve climate change” and in many ways this moment will not even really be about the summit. This moment is about us – the people who are standing up in our communities, to organize, to build power, to confront the power of fossil fuels, and to shift power to a just, safe, peaceful world.

To do that, we need to act – together.

The **Peoples Climate March** is building a movement and creating a turning point in the fight against climate change by building stronger connections with each other.

The hub sites at peoplesclimate.org allow you to coordinate outreach, projects and actions related to the march with whoever you want – whether you share a home city, a skill set, a common identity, or an issue you care about most. Each page gives you tools to help you communicate and build together – before you come to the march and after.

We encourage you to click on any of the Peoples Climate groups to get involved with a specific project, or to sign up to be a neighborhood captain.

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5 thoughts on “Peoples Climate March >>>> Every φ⇑♥;}≈ϑ Day

  • SteleEly Post author

    Via NRDC:
    Most of California is in the grip of “exceptional drought,” the worst category on the U.S. Drought Monitor. Unusually warm and dry conditions in the Pacific Northwest fueled wildfires that devoured hundreds of homes and charred hundreds of thousands of acres this July. And record-breaking rains in Michigan turned Detroit’s freeways into veritable lakes last month.

    Extreme drought, heat, and storms are hallmarks of climate change, and several recent reports confirmed these events are on the rise. The world’s leading scientists say dire consequences for our health, food supply, economy, and environment await if we continue to kick the can down the road.

    But if we act today, we can stave off that dire future. We know how to solve this. Now we need to create the political will for action.

  • SteleEly Post author

    Things that help communicate the message:
    – Make your own signs and banners and t-shirts and flags — be creative.
    – Carry signs or banners that let people know where you are from — what organization, what city or state, what country. For help — download our graphics here!
    – Music that does not need amplification is encouraged.
    Items to bring that will make your march more comfortable:
    – Bring some light food and drinks — it will be a long day.
    – Wear comfortable shoes for the march and more.
    – Check the weather a day or two before you come and dress appropriately. http://www.sierraclub.org/programs

  • SteleEly Post author

    How will this mobilisation lead towards governments taking real climate action in 2015?

    •The People’s Climate Mobilisation is one of many mobilisation points where we will be demanding a solid global action plan by 2015 – a shared and agreed strategy for rapidly growing the scope and scale of the ongoing transition, so that a safe climate with all its benefits for people and planet is possible. The choice before the political leaders coming together in NY is simple: lead the necessary transformation of our societies or ignore the biggest risk our civilization has ever faced.
    •Next year, there will be two crucial milestones on the journey to create the fairer, cleaner and safer world called for by the citizens to which these political leaders are accountable: In September 2015, they will reconvene in New York to agree on the definite to-do list for ending poverty worldwide – an impossible task without addressing climate change, a threat to so many of life’s basics: water, food, shelter, and safety. A global action plan on climate change is then due in Paris three months later.
    •Taken together, this gives government leaders 15 months from the Summit this September to prepare a shared and agreed strategy to fine-tune the goals and manage the details of the ongoing transition, while keeping track of the efforts undertaken country-by-country and making sure it all adds up. Throughout these 15 months we will continue to campaign and mobilize to ensure the climate crisis gains the political urgency it needs. http://peoplesclimate.org/