Photos from the 2015 People’s Climate March in Miami

Peoples Climate March bannerMiami Peoples Climate March 2015 credit New Tropic (1)The 2015 Miami People’s Climate March took place on October 14th. Starting at the west lawn of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center, then to Biscayne Blvd and the Torch of Friendship Plaza. An estimated 1,100 people participated, including groups from 350 South Florida, Environmental Coalition of Miami and the Beaches, Urban Paradise Guild, Citizen’s Climate Lobby,

From the Miami Herald:

The march held significance, given that Miami, and in particular flood-prone Miami Beach, have become international symbols for sea level rise. In 2013, the World Bank penned a study that found that no city in the U.S. was more at risk from climate change than Miami

Photo credits to Greg Hamra, The Miami Herald, and New Tropic

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