Groups around the Lower Hudson Valley have been making a major organizing push to get residents to the People’s Climate March planned for Sunday in New York City.
The organizers hope the march to push for action on climate change will be the largest ever. It will come two days before a major climate summit at the United Nations.
The march will start at 11:30 a.m. and various groups have set up meeting points for traveling to the city or within the city.
WESPAC members will be taking the 10:05 a.m. train from the White Plains Metro North Station and will meet others at the Grand Central Information Booth before marching to Columbus Circle at 11 a.m.
Concerned Families of Westchester will assemble between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West, between 82nd and 86th Streets under a large, blue “Hudson River Goddess” puppet.
Riverkeeper will be gathering with other waterkeepers on Central Park West between 71st and 72nd streets. Trains and buses are going from all over the state. For information click here.