Published: Sun, April 30, 2017
World News | By Cecilia Wilkerson

Climate protests to mark Trump's 100 days in office

Climate protests to mark Trump's 100 days in office

Dozens of "sister" marches are expected in cities across the country.

Trump's "America First" energy policy had pledged to boost the USA oil and gas drilling and coal mining industries.

The irony is that now-former Attorney General Loretta Lynch seriously considered prosecuting climate change skeptics in the fossil fuel industry, and The Los Angeles Times announced in 2013 it would no longer publish any letter to the editor skeptical of man-made global warming.

Climate protests to mark Trump's 100 days in office
Climate protests to mark Trump's 100 days in office

People's Climate March organizers have made no secret of their antipathy for President Trump, calling for "climate, jobs and justice" as an alternative to "Trump's disastrous agenda".

Demonstrators braved temperatures above the 90s Saturday to march down Pennsylvania Avenue, chanting "water is life" and "keep it in the soil, can't drink oil!"

Opponents say Trump's efforts to boost fossil fuel production threaten to raise greenhouse gas emissions at a time when the planet faces risky levels of warming.

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Large sections of the French political spectrum, from the conservatives to the leftists, then rallied behind Mr. Jugele's civil partner will also speak, and both presidential candidates have said they will be present.

"Not have children is one good way to cut down your emissions, reduce your consumption of meat, travel less, change your habits, use less energy", Leybourne said.

The People's March for Climate comes on the heels of last week's March for Science, which similarly raised awareness about climate change, among a host of issues. But it also reflects a growing reality that with the executive and legislative branches of the federal government now led by Republicans, most of whom are opposed to climate regulations, organizers are going to have to turn to the local level over the next few years if they hope to score substantive climate victories.

Just like the March for Science, many towns are hosting a local march. But it's not just advocates, noted Union of Concerned Scientists President Ken Kimmell.

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The EPA said it removed the pages as part of an update to "reflect the agency's new direction under President Donald TrumpDonald TrumpPence christens new submarine in Virginia Climate March draws huge crowd to DC Trump rips media for critical coverage of first 100 days MORE and Administrator Scott Pruitt". During the 2016 elections the group developed a platform that was strong enough to articulate the issue of climate change and take on a Trump administration, according to their website.

"But I see untapped power here today", she said. He pointed to Republican state governors who have supported clean energy. A heavy rain coat will be too much, as temperatures will reach almost 70 degrees.

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