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Global Climate Marches in Texas

On Sunday, November 29, 2015, people all around the world are taking the climate movement to the streets. With climate change in the global spotlight, this is an opportunity to join others in community in calling for a strong agreement at the Paris climate talks. Following the tragic attacks in Paris, the Global Climate March in Paris is not possible. This makes it even more important for people all around the world--including right here in Texas!--to march on behalf of those who can't, and to show that we are more determined than ever to meet the challenges facing humanity with hopeful action, not fear.

The biggest Global Climate March in Texas will be the one in Austin. It begins at 1:00pm at the Capitol. Learn more here.

Global Climate Marches in Texas are also planned for:

Dallas. 2:00pm, Continental Avenue Bridge and West Dallas Gateway, 109 Continental Ave. Learn more here.

Lubbock. 1:00pm, Texas Tech University, 2500 Broadway. Learn more here.

Nacogdoches. 2:00pm, Thomas J. Rusk Elementary School, 411 N. Mound. Learn more here.

Odessa. 5:00pm, Memorial Park, E 42nd St, Odessa, TX 79762, EE. UU. Learn more here (description in Spanish).