It's finally here! For today we've teamed up with 350.org and a global coalition of folks doing something about climate change to create a global day of action: the Global Work Party to Save the Climate.
In every corner of the globe today, we will implement solutions to the climate crisis. From solar panels to community gardens, wind turbines to bike workshops, we'll start to change our world from the bottom up!
We'll be reporting on events from Greenpeace USA activists and our allies right here all day. If you prefer, you can follow along on twitter. Be sure to check out all the photos on our two flickr pages!
As photos come in from around the country we'll be adding them to this slideshow:
And check out these photos as they come in from our big events in Denver, Chicago, Los Angeles and Portland:
- My First Day with the Greenpeace Semester: Stepping Through the Looking Glass by caliakos
- Duke announces 2015 closing of Beckjord coal plant by wojo
- Fighting Coal in LA with Humor by blake_hodges
- Tim DeChristopher Visits Michigan State University by djpins2
- Activists find Unsustainable Seafood in Supermarkets by enabors
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