Jobs, Justice, Climate: Defend New England's Future

From November 29 to December 12, world leaders will meet in Paris to negotiate a new global climate treaty. This is their 21st attempt, and we already know that even if they reach an agreement, it won’t be nearly as strong as we need it to be. 2015 is on track to be the hottest year on record, and unprecedented storms, floods and droughts are happening around the world. We are running out of time, and we must create an unstoppable grassroots movement for real climate action. 


On December 12, people will come together from every corner of New England to call for bold climate solutions that create secure union jobs, strengthen community power and help build a more resilient future. We envision a movement that unites us all, and we will lift up the voices of New England's organized labor, immigrant rights, racial justice, and climate justice groups as we call for jobs, justice and climate action together. 

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It's time to show the world that true climate leadership means a brighter future for all. December 12 will be one of the biggest climate actions in New England history — can you join us?

December 12, 2015 at 1:00pm - 3pm
Boston Common

Will you come?

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