Photos from Sunday’s historic People’s Climate March in New York City By Jane Rebecca Marchant Nearly 400,000 people gathered in New York City on Sunday to take part in the People’s Climate March. With similar solidarity events taking place in over 150 countries, the event marked the largest collective action against climate change in history. “To change everything, we need everyone.” Two teenage girls prepare for the march. Marchers lift their hands in the air for a moment of silence, before releasing their voices to sound the climate alarm. Self-proclaimed “Raging Granny” marches for climate change. Two new friends discuss alternative transportation. Both young and old stand against fossil fuels. Organizations like the Sierra Club subsidized buses across the country to ensure student access to the march. At Columbus Circle, large screens showed fellow marchers across the globe. People with diverse messages stood together to tell the story of today’s climate movement. Youth banded together to express their anger and fears for the future. To some New Yorkers, the climate march had particular resonance after Hurricane Sandy’s heavy destruction in 2012. A woman in a wheelchair carries a sign. At Sunday’s march, messages were freely heard. The People’s Climate March ended on 11th Avenue and West 34th street. Many protestors stayed into the early evening to celebrate the march’s global success. If we ignore the urgent need for climate action, what will be this young girl’s future?