ClimateMarchMediumGet on your walking shoes. Come one, come all. What is likely to be the largest environmental march in history is what’s being called the People’s Climate March on Sunday September 21st in New York City. The march starts at 11:30 on 59th Street at Columbus Circle. While everybody is encouraged to join in, sign up online to show your support and tell the world you’re joining in. This will help event organizers.

Protect the Adirondacks supports the People’s Climate March.

The purpose of the Peoples Climate March is to bring attention to the urgency of action on global climate change. Marchers will march towards the United Nations where an international summit on climate change action is set to begin.

Here’s more information for participants.