NYC Climate Convergence Counter
342 days, 18 hours, 49 minutes since NYC Climate Convergence.
WE ARE SOLD OUT FOR OUR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT PLENARIES
Welcome to the digital base for the NYC Climate Convergence, a weekend packed with skill-shares, teach-ins, speak-outs and protests from September 19-21 in conjunction with the People's Climate March. Together we'll explore the root causes behind our climate crisis and strengthen movements for a world where people, peace and planet come first.
The Convergence is scheduled to begin with an opening plenary on the evening of Friday,Sept.19th, followed by a full day of educational and movement building events, culminating in the largest climate march in history on Sunday, Sept. 21.
Stay tuned and check back to this site regularly for more information. A program featuring event locations and a list of keynote speakers is on its way along with details on traveling to New York and where you can stay while in the city.
See you in New York, soon!
Climate change is a global emergency. Stop waiting for politicians to sound the alarm At exactly 1pm on Sunday, the streets of New York City are going to fill with the sound of clanging pots, marching bands, church bells and whatever other kinds of noisemakers that participants of the People’s Climate March decide to bring along.
Everything you need to know to attend the biggest climate march in history For one week in late September, New York City will be the center of gravity for the fight to confront climate change.
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