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So, your organization wants to participate in the People’s Climate March?

Great – We’re happy you want to help make history on September 21 in New York City! There are over 700 organizations signed on, and each and every one of the Participating Organizations has a vital role to play in this joint effort. The first thing to do is to fill out this survey so our team can understand how you’d like to plug in. note: We update the list of Participating Organizations on peoplesclimatemarch.org twice per week, so it may take a few days for your organization to be listed.

How is the March being organized?


There are several different bodies that are convening to collaborate on the People’s Climate March, including local New York-area community groups, international NGOs, grassroots networks, congregations and faith organizations, and many, many more. Many groups with common interests are organizing themselves using online “hubs” to discuss logistics and plan for the March. To help with outreach to your own members or supporters, there are lots of resources available, including flyers, posters, visuals and other materials for printing and distribution. In addition, our team has developed a toolkit for participating organizations with social media content, sample email blasts, phonebank scripts and lots of other information and materials to make outreach easy. Feel free to copy and tweak the content as you’d like. Groups and individuals involved with the March are collaborating with some basic shared agreements around respect and trust, and are using the Jemez Principles of Environmental Justice to guide our organizing efforts.

The People’s Climate March Code of Conduct


Agreed to by the PCM Host Committee on July 17, 2014 To encourage the broadest and most diverse involvement possible, to respect our many communities and the important issues we are supporting, to help create a family-friendly mobilization and to help ensure the safety of all participants, we expect everyone taking part in the People’s Climate March on Sept. 21, 2014 to respect the following agreements:

      • We will use no violence (physical or verbal) towards any person.
      • We will not destroy or damage property.
      • We will promote a tone of respect, honesty, transparency, and accountability in our actions.
      • We will not carry anything that can be construed as a weapon, nor possess (or consume) any alcohol or drugs.
      • We will all hold each other accountable to respecting these agreements.

Getting in touch


If you have a question about participation in the People’s Climate March or want more information, feel free to call the PCM Organizing Center at 646-863-7455 or email us at info@peoplesclimate.org.

You may view the full terms of use agreement here.

List of Partnering Organizations:

See The Full List of Partnering Organizations

The People's Climate March will bring together a spectrum of people with a broad range of perspectives to address the climate crisis, which threatens us all. The March will be the most diverse climate-related mobilization in history. Not all participants will agree with the goals, actions or missions of every other group participating, but all have agreed to gather peacefully on common ground to support the shared common goal: Solving the climate crisis. Inclusion on the list of Participating Organizations does not in any form or fashion imply that the People's Climate March endorses or supports the goals, actions or other aspects of the individual groups listed.