This Is What The Climate March Looked Like Across The Country

Donald Trump may not think climate change should be a priority, but these Americans do.

President Donald Trump may not think climate change should be a priority for the country, but the Climate March protests proved that the American people won’t stand for it.

Hundreds of thousands of environmentalists swarmed the streets of the U.S.’s largest cities on Saturday, urging the White House to take climate change seriously. 

Protesters at the Climate March, which was held on Trump’s 100th day in office, denounced the Trump administration for signing executive orders that slashed policies that flight climate change, all in the name of a coal-focused “energy revolution.”

While the main march took place in Washington, D.C., and in front of the White House, hundreds of sister marches were held across the country in a show of solidarity.

From Chicago to Denver, San Francisco to Honolulu, protesters marched in snowstorms and sweltering heat to let the president know that they care about the planet ― and they need him to care about it too.

Below, take a look at Saturday’s marches, coast to coast.



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