People’s Climate March
What is the People’s Climate March?
The People’s Climate March is for Climate, Jobs, and Justice. On September 8, 2018, the March will organize tens of thousands of people across the country to gather in streets, town halls, and community forums. Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light is joining environmental organizations across Indiana, the country, and the world to support The People’s Climate March. Read more here on The People’s Climate March.
H-IPL marches for clean renewable energy for all Hoosiers.
Please let us know of People’s Climate March activities that are happening in your area of Indiana so we can add them to our Events calendar.
Saturday, September 8
Meet at 10:00 AM on the east side of the Indiana Statehouse and march from the Statehouse to Christ Church Cathedral on the Circle. A Community Forum will follow until 1:00 PM.
Join the People’s Climate March on September 8
Time to demand that our elected officials take urgent action on human-driven climate change, protecting our health, moving to 100% renewable energy and creating local, equitable jobs for our city, state, country and planet.
We, the people, are running out of time. Join us on September 8, 2018, to demand our elected officials take urgent action on human-driven climate change, protecting our health, moving to 100% renewable energy and creating local, equitable jobs for our city, state, country and planet.
Indiana is home to five of the top 22 worst greenhouse gas and toxic super polluter coal plants in the nation. Indiana is the second largest source of industrial greenhouse-gas emissions in the United States and Hoosier emissions exceed those from 187 countries (more info at www.superpolluters.com). The time to act is now.
We rise in solidarity on Sept. 8 with communities across the globe. We march in advance and in support of the Global Climate Summit in San Francisco. Elected officials in Indiana, hear our message: take action now.
The time for empty declarations of intent and unreasonable transition timelines has closed. It is time to make Indiana fossil-free and create sustainable, equitable jobs!