In an unprecedented display of people power, 400,000 individuals marched in New York City on Sunday at the People's Climate March to send a message to the United Nations that the time has come for international cooperation on significant reductions in carbon emissions. Framed as a social justice issue, the "stop climate change" environmental movement effective allied with labor unions, church groups, and others in a historic demonstration. Crimcast offers a small gallery of pictures from the march below.
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