From November 28 to December 12, 2015, mass demonstrations are planned across the world, demanding that international leaders — meeting in Paris for a global Climate Summit — implement policies to stop climate change now!
In Southern California, a broad array of organizations and groups, friends and family, coworkers and communities will join in on the final day of global action, Saturday, December 12, gathering along Wilshire Boulevard in a chain of Building Blocks Against Climate Change!
A diversity of groups and individuals are invited to each create their part of an interlinking network of protests — like overlapping neighborhood vigils or sidewalk picket lines — extending block after adjacent block between Vermont and Western.
Think about it: what does climate change mean to you, to the causes you work on, the people you care about, the future you fight for? How might you bring your message in your way to the people on the streets of Los Angeles? How might you start whole new conversations, spread the word where the media does not, reach communities where politicians fail, help mobilize a mass movement of movements united against climate change?
Join us, and together, on December 12, we will let world leaders know that the people’s climate movement is marching forward, from every community, cause, and country, determined to Stop Climate Change Now!