Fighting for Earth, fighting for humanity

Climate March,
Photo/Joe Brusky, Milwaukee, WI


In a passionate showing of will to save humanity and save the Earth from corporate destruction, on September 8 in San Francisco, 30,000 people joined hundreds of thousands of protesters worldwide in more than 90 countries to demand action on climate change. In the largest climate march ever on the West Coast, marchers from all walks of life called for an end to the use of fossil fuels and declared support for California SB 100, just passed, which mandates 100% renewable energy in California by 2045. Although passage of the bill is significant—California is the 5th largest economy in the world—it will not stem the corporations’ drive for growth and profits which fuels the climate crisis. It will take millions of people uniting around a vision of a totally new society where we can reclaim and stabilize the Earth, and humanty. Read more on the march and related civil disobedience in the next issue of the People’s Tribune.


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