OUR MISSION — This hub is a space for people who are engaged in women’s issues, organizations, feminist collectives/ alliances, and the wide-range of non-profits that serve women, locally and nationally, to mobilize a strong presence for the September 21st ‘People’s Climate March’ in NYC and to expand women’s reach and leadership on climate issues!

Read the ‘Women for Climate Justice’ Call to March and join us on September 21st!

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Women for Climate Justice

A Call to March in New York City and Around the World

We are calling all women, friends and allies to join our contingent of Women for Climate Justice as we help create a massive Peoples’ Climate March – the largest climate march in history – on Sunday, September 21st in New York City, two days before heads of state of the world’s nations will meet for a Climate Summit at the United Nations.

To change everything, it will take everyone.

Scientists warn us that global warming is spiraling out of control and we are running out of time to avoid planetary catastrophe. The time for change is now, not only to preserve the planet for future generations but to ensure a world worth saving- to create a global community where women and girls, men and boys live in peace, harmony and equality- fulfilling their individual and collective hopes and dreams on a safe and ecologically sustainable planet.

We call on community groups, organizations and networks, individual activists and broad alliances, working on a range of women’s human rights, sustainable development, feminist and social justice issues to march with us for climate justice.

March with us to demand a new model of sustainable development. March with us to promote safe, people-centered renewable energy systems and halt the destructive path towards climate chaos. March with us to deliver more equitable distribution of power, resources, energy, and wealth between countries, between rich and poor and between men and women.

March with us to proclaim that there can be no climate justice without gender justice– acknowledging that women, particularly in the Global South, have contributed the least to global warming and degradation of the planet and yet they suffer the most from environmental destruction and unsustainable consumption and production.

As women community leaders, grassroots women, caretakers, and innovators, we have an urgent opportunity to act for transformative change – positive change for the climate – positive change for our futures.

We especially call on you – the diverse, vibrant and energetic community of women activists in the United States to join us in New York City on September 21st to change the climate narrative in this country.

Climate change is a women’s human rights and development issue in developing countries and here in the United States. The U.S. needs to be a leader in the fight against climate change, to practice environmental justice in its own communities, and to take responsibility for how our actions as a nation affect people around the globe. We must demand the U.S. government policy creates a future in which climate protection, human rights and gender equality are realized throughout the world.

We also call upon women activists around the world to use this unique moment to re-commit and to mobilize for action– whether you are with us in New York City on September 21st, or in solidarity though actions and statements of resistance in your local communities. We will march in solidarity with all women on the frontlines of climate disruption around the world to demand action for climate justice, a safe and healthy planet and support for community resilience.

An opportunity for global transformation is within reach, and it will neither start nor end with one day. But we know that when the challenge is greatest, and the moment is right, there is power in taking to the streets. A brighter future will not be realized unless we demand it, and our demand will best be heard with all women’s voices in a powerful chorus together.

Join us in New York or in your local community on September 21st, as we join together as women to call for a future for ourselves, our families and our children- as we join together as women to march for climate justice. Together, we can change everything.

We urge all women and women’s organizations to share this call with their members, networks, family and friends and to spread the word as widely as you can in the press and on and social media.

-Women’s Table for the People’s Climate March

Click here to share the ‘Call to March’ and see who is Marching!


Take Action

Join the ‘Call to March‘ – e-mail mobilize@wedo.org

Add a short video of yourself to the peopleclimate.org/video to tell why you will be marching on September 21st! We will also highlight it on our upcoming Women for Climate Justice webpage.

Sign the Women and Earth Climate Action Network’s (WECAN) WOMEN’S CLIMATE DECLARATION- Join your voice with those of hundreds of other women’s and women’s human rights activists.



The People’s Climate March will take place on September 21, 2014 in New York City beginning at 11:30am. Marchers will assemble north of Columbus Circle no later than 10:30am


The Women for Climate Justice will be meeting at 68th Street and Central Park West at 10:30am. You must enter from 72nd street and arrive between 9 – 10:30am to march with our group. There will be a large ‘Women for Climate Justice’ banner and march volunteers to guide you to our contingent.



















The route begins near Columbus Circle at the southwest corner of Central Park. The march will begin down 59th Street to 6th Avenue, then south down 6th Avenue until 42nd Street. We then continue west on 42nd Street until we reach 11th Avenue and then finally assemble between 38th and 34th Street.



Come mobilize with the Women for Climate Justice before the People’s Climate March! 

On Saturday, September 20th the WEDO offices will be hosting open office hours from 2 – 6pm to pick up march,  speak-out, share stories, create signs and convene prior to the march.We are located at 355 Lexington Avenue, 3rd Floor New York, NY.

You must RSVP if you plan on this event!

For more information about the People’s Climate March, visit: http://2014.peoplesclimate.org/march/ and look for #PCMwomen and #peoplesclimate on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Also be sure to read through the  Frequently Asked Questions for more information on all things People’s Climate March, including the march narrative and what to bring!


National (US)
100 Grannies

Coastal Women for Change

Coalition of Labor Union Women 

CODEPINK Women for Peace

Georgia Women’s Action for New Directions

League of Women Voters

Moms Clean Air Force

National Organization for Women (NOW)


Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (US)

Women of Wind Energy

1 Million Women

All India Women’s Conference

Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)

Center for 21st Century Issues

Diverse Voices and Action for Equality – Fiji


Feminist Task Force

FIMI Foro Internacional de Mujeres Indigenas

Gender CC

Global Forest Coalition

Global Gender and Climate Alliance

Global Women’s Strike

GROOTS International

Huairou Commission

International Council for Adult Education (ICAE)

LIFE – Education Environment Equality e.V.


Solar Sister

Voice of Women

Women Environmental Programme

Women’s Earth Alliance

Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)

Women’s Environment & Development Organization

Women in Europe for a Common Future

Women Organization for Change in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (WOCAN)

CSO Collectives

UNFCCC Women and Gender Constituency

Women’s Major Group





We’re looking for NYC-area institutions and individuals who are able to provide housing for out-of-town marchers for one, two, or three evenings on the weekend of the March. If you or your faith institution can offer housing, please go here. For more information about offering housing, please go hereThe need is great – please open your doors!

For those coming from out-of-town who are looking for housing: please be patient. We hope to have our guest-registration systems operating soon. Meanwhile, for those who need to lock something down now, our friends at Stony Point Center are offering both rooms and campsites for 9/20 and 9/21 at very reasonable rates. Please go here to register, or call them at 845-786-5674.


Tell us what you’re doing! Post your events to the calendar. Send us any resources that you want to share, to mobilize@wedo.org.