One month away! Time to end the era of fossil fuels.

We’re one month away from the March to End Fossil Fuels in New York City, and solidarity actions around the world – and things are getting exciting.

If you haven’t signed up already, there’s a ton of new and emerging information below – about travel, housing, logistics, and of course non violent direct action.

If you’ve already signed up or have a plan to join us in New York, or at your local action to end the era of fossil fuels September 15-17 use the share tools below to spread the word &/or chip in here to support our organizing.

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First of all – this isn’t just another protest. This is a powerful movement of change. And to change everything, we need everyone. But by taking action together, we can send a clear message to our world leaders – especially President Biden – that it’s time to put an end to the era of fossil fuels and invest in a clean and sustainable future for all.

If you can make it to the big March in NYC on September 17, or to any of the actions happening around the world September 15-17, please do. If you cannot, you can chip in here to support our organizing.

If you’re still trying to figure out if or how you can join us, or you’re looking to get more plugged in to planning, you may find some of these links and resources useful.

That’s a lot of info – if you need even more, or have a more particular question – give us a shout in the comments or reply to our emails and tell us how we can help you get to the march, take action before or after, and otherwise stay engaged.


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  3. Hey Drew (and the crew),
    I am hoping, and feeling, that this will be BIGGER than you think.
    Bigger than 2014.
    Shit’s getting real for all of us.
    Part of me hopes to see you in the streets,
    Part of me hopes there are SO many people that I don’t see you.
    But its a small world.
    THanks for organizing,

    Todd Saddler, Ithaca, NY