13 Incredible Images of Climate Change Marches Around the World, Happening All At Once

13 Incredible Images of Climate Change Marches Around the World, Happening All At Once
Source: AP
Source: AP

Tens of thousands of people across 150 countries took to the streets Sunday to demand action on climate change from their governments. The "People's Climate March" has been called the biggest global call-to-action on climate change in history. In New York City, the site of the largest demonstration, organizers estimated that nearly 310,000 marchers flooded the streets ahead of a United Nations summit on Monday.

Here's what the march looks like around the world:

New York City:

London:

Berlin:

New York City, featuring actor Mark Ruffalo:

Paris:

Brussels:

Rio de Janeiro:

Delhi:

New York City:

New York City:

London:

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Jared Keller

Jared Keller is the former director of news at Mic.

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