Stand With Me + my Pups

A follow-up to the massive march on Sunday where 400,000 were counted not including at least 2 poodles (and the countless other canines that were there):

The impactful has created a petition to ask world leaders to stand with us in finding a common goal in carbon reduction to stave off negative Climate Change:

I stand with the People's Climate March because I am ready for action, not words. I will take the action necessary to create a world with an economy that works for people and the planet – now. In short, I demand a world safe from destructive fossil fuels, and the ravages of climate change.

here's the link, please consider signing

Their amazing campaign to support the People's Climate March was very succinct.

"In order to change everything, we need everyone."

and a People's Climate wrap-up clip they created from the worldwide event

if you've been following my posts you know how much I care about the future of this planet. I even have a sustainability category here on this site where I post important information.

Stand with me. Think about your daily efforts to reduce waste and energy consumption. and if you don't have at least one thing you do to help, it's time to start.

and speaking of the canines in the march, I received this wonderful image of my pups by canine photographer Alice Su

400,000 in the streets of NYC

the march was quite an experience. I am still exhilarated by the showing of awareness to get in the street and be counted. The amount of young people there was amazing. It means a lot to see youth concerned about their future. I had a chance to be interviewed for an article in The Epoch Times. So many slogans caught my eye, my favorite being "Change the System Not The Climate."

I went with my poodles and was joined by friend photographer Nousha Salimi (you see many of her shots of me throughout my site).  And here's one she took of me and The Epoch Times journalist Shannon Liao as she was interviewing me.

People Climate March

I care about the environment, living in a metropolis like New York City, on the surface it's hard to believe we ever will run out of anything. Scientists aren't making up the negative impact humans are having on our planet. Our global consumption (hunger) for natural materials, our industrial waste, our carbon emissions have a huge cause and effect. Oxygen and water is what we are made up of, we need to care more about ensuring it is plentiful and clean.

We live like we don't care what will happen to our planet in the next 50 years. The time is now to step up and show support for figuring out what we can do to mitigate the problem and find real solutions. With the UN summit on climate change beginning next week and world leaders attending the annual U.N General Assembly meeting, it will be an important statement to show a massive rally of support.
People's Climate March is in my city. I'll be there. Won't you join in?

the march will begin at 11am at Columbus Circle, show up early, the planet is tried of waiting.