“Global Climate March” in St. Augustine

On November 28-29th, on the eve of the Paris Climate Summit, hundreds of thousands of people around the world took to the streets.

The Global Climate March was coordinated by a huge coalition of climate groups and activists working together — to show world leaders and delegates in Paris that the world is paying attention and the people are rising up. The people demand a climate treaty that’s in line with the realities of science and the principles of justice. The message: Keep fossil fuels in the ground and finance a just transition to 100% renewable energy by 2050.

  • As part of this global event, The Center for Biological Diversity partnered with the Environmental Youth Council to march in St. Augustine, Florida, on November 29.Many organizations joined in to march.Due to the tragic events in Paris and increased security, the march planned for Paris has been cancelled. This made participation of the public as part of the global movement even more essential. This is a defining moment in history.

    Where: They met at the east end of the Bridge of Lions

    When: Gathered at 1 p.m.; marched at 2 p.m.

    MARCHES IN:

  • ADELAIDE
  • AMSTERDAM
  • AUCKLAND
  • AUSTIN
  • BARCELONA
  • BEIRUT
  • BERLIN
  • BERN
  • BRISBANE
  • BUDAPEST
  • CANBERRA
  • CHRISTCHURCH
  • COPENHAGEN
  • CURITIBA
  • DHAKA
  • DUMAGUETE
  • EDINBURGH
  • GENEVA
  • HELSINKI
  • HO CHI MINH CITY
  • HONG KONG
  • JOHANNESBURG
  • KAMPALA
  • KIEV
  • KYOTO
  • LILLE
  • LISBON
  • LONDON
  • LOS ANGELES
  • LUGANO
  • LYON
  • MADRID
  • MANILA
  • MARSEILLE
  • MELBOURNE
  • MEXICO CITY
  • NEW DELHI
  • NEW YORK
  • OAKLAND
  • OSLO
  • OTTAWA
  • PARIS*
  • PERTH
  • RENNES
  • ROME
  • SEOUL
  • SEVILLE
  • St Augustine, FL USA
  • ST. GALLEN
  • STOCKHOLM
  • SYDNEY
  • SÃO PAULO
  • TAIPEI
  • TOKYO
  • VALENCIA
  • VANCOUVER
  • WASHINGTON D.C.
  • WELLINGTON
  • ZURICH
  • + MORE