Sunday, 21 September 2014

Thousands Attend Climate March in New York today

Today marks the first World War against climate change which held in the USA,New York City to be certain,and the march extended for hours while people who took part showed their excitement through their appreciations.
Even hang around streets observers were carried in the spirit,arose emotionally to take part.

Witnesses of the event including,Actors, Politicians and People From Around the Nation were Marched Days Before United Nations Meeting as thousands of people from around the world are marching through Midtown Manhattan Sunday to create awareness about global warming.

Being the largest event of its kind,about 310,000 people attended, organizers estimated.

Among the attendants were French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and French Environment Minister Segolene Royal,United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon also marched.

The event was timed to occur before Tuesday's United Nations Climate Summit, where more 120 world leaders will try to rally the political will for a new world-wide climate treaty by the end of 2015.

The march began at 11:30 am

Participants dressed in an array of costumes and carried placard and banners.

The mission is to make this a decisive moment.

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