Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

From Bona Fide Green Goods

Just in case you happened to miss the largest event in climate change in history, on September 21st over 400,000 people filled the streets of New York City in what was billed as The People’s Climate March. People came from all over the world to call on leaders to do something now to fight global warming, an opening act for the UN Climate Summit that followed the march on September 23rd. While the media was a bit slow on the draw for coverage, they eventually realized they didn’t want to miss out on the buzz that had been created.

Peoples Climate March - Report Back
Peoples Climate March – Report Back

Just when we thought the will was flickering out, this event has brought the conversation about our planet’s future back. It seems the leaders of the world have stopped pointing fingers and are willing to step up to the plate, finally. A special thanks to Bill McKibben for his tireless work and his energy for keeping this movement alive. Thank you to all who participated and those who continue to do all you can for our planet.

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