Peoples climate march

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Around 400,000 people took to Manhattan's west side yesterday to send a message to world leaders regarding the dire consequences of climate change. At least 150,000 of those people tossed away their paper Starbucks cups.
Demonstrators will descend on Wall Street this morning to protest the financial industry's culpability in climate change.
The "final" head count from the march's officials stood at 400,000, though there is no magic number that triggers world leaders to actually do something about it.
We'll be updating this post all day on what happens at the People's Climate March.
The self-proclaimed 'largest climate march in history' starts at Columbus Circle and ends up at... 11th Avenue?
The organizers are promising to “change everything.” But how?
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