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Join us at the People's Climate March, April 29th!

April 19, 2017 | climate march

What: People’s Climate March 2017


When: April 29th, 2017


Where: The main march will be in Washington, D.C. Marchers are lining up in front of the Capitol Building at 3rd and Jefferson SW. Want to meet up with Friends of Animals at the march? Email to join our group!


If you cannot attend the D.C. March, click here to find a sister march in a city near you!


Why: Friends of Animals will be the only animal advocacy organization taking part in the march and we’re glad to have the opportunity to connect the dots between the planet’s climate and the drastic effects it has on animals around the world.

At Friends of Animals, we are concerned about much of our population’s reckless and irresponsible attitude about what it means to be human on a planet with finite resources. They represent an insistence on occupying and conquering every square inch of this planet, with complete disregard for the billions of nonhuman animals we share this planet with; that’s not to mention diminishing resources like access to clean water,which is already a burden for millions across the globe. As humans expand and continue to devour land and other natural resources, we must remember that our ecosystem is complex and dynamic.


Animals—both human and nonhuman— depend on one another. That’s why it is critical humans start considering the animals with which we share the planet and start changing our course of action if we are to ensure there is room for all of us. You can learn more about overpopulation and the negative impact it's having on the planet by checking out our Winter issue of Action Line magazine available on our website. The People's Climate effort is recreating the coalition that put together the largest climate march in history: when 400,000 people gathered in the streets of New York City in September 2014 to coincide with the United Nations' general assembly.


Want to participate? Click here to download printable posters to show you are a true friend of animals!


Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to get updates about the march and tag your march pics with #friendsofanimals so we can share them.


If you can’t attend a march, you can still take action to help fight climate change. Click here to learn more.


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