The Great March for Climate Action
On March 1, 2014, dozens of climate patriots set out from Los Angeles, CA, walking 3,000 miles across America to Washington, DC, inspiring action to resolve the climate crisis. This is one of the largest coast-to-coast marches in American history. The March seeks to build the broadest possible public consensus and is focused strictly on the climate crisis. Marchers are expected to adhere to a strict code of non-violence according to the principles employed by Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi. Mandatory non-violence training was provided at the start of the March.