One Million Climate Jobs pamphlet, conference (20/9) and People’s Climate March London (21/9)

The new expanded, updated and revised edition of the One Million Climate Jobs pamphlet will be launched at the International Climate Jobs conference on Saturday 20th September in London.

The International Fight for Climate Jobs – For a Future that doesn’t Cost the Earth

The conference is timed to coincide with the People’s Climate March taking place that weekend in New York with support from American trade unions and involving British trade unionists. This is prior to the UN climate talks in NY from 23 September. The conference will involve international speakers and contributions via skype from the march organisers and British and American trade unionists on the march. We also aim to encourage climate jobs groups in other countries to hold their own meetings and conferences at this time which we can link up with.


12.00 – 1.00  Registration

1.00 – 2.30 Opening plenary: “The International Fight for Climate Jobs”

2.30 – 2.45 Break

2.45 – 4.15 Workshops:

Two lead speakers per workshop with additional invited contributors in the audience.

a) “Unpacking Climate Jobs”

b) “Building a Better Future by Campaigning for Climate Jobs”

c) “Students, Environment, and Climate jobs”

4.15 – 4.45 Networking

4.45 – 5.30 Closing Plenary: “Time to Act on Climate Change” – speakers from the “Time to Act” campaign and the protest campaign for the Paris COP talks. Followed by Q & A.

People’s Climate March London

The World Leaders’ Climate Summit in New York this September will be a key moment in the fight against climate change. The march organised in New York aims to be the biggest climate demonstration the US has ever seen, and over 900 solidarity events are planned globally on the same weekend.

The Campaign against Climate Change is helping to organise the People’s Climate March in London along with many other organisations including Avaaz,, UKYCC, People & Planet, Operation Noah, Wake Up London, Oxfam, Art Not Oil, BP or not BP, CAFOD, UCL Students’ Union, Greenpeace UK, Rising Tide…

Join the March! 12:30 pm Temple Place (Embankment) – Sunday Sept 21st

Help make it huge

Let your your friends know about it – on email, Twitter and Facebook

Get flyering! Flyers and posters are available from Fatima:

Would you like to be a steward? Get in touch with Fatima – no experience necessary.

Come to one of the regular Tuesday planning meetings

What’s happening on the day?

12.15pm – Multi-faith gathering in Victoria Embankment Gardens

1pm – March sets off

1.45-2.45pm – Rally in Parliament Square

If you can’t join us in London, but want to get out and show your support, why not join one of the many other event being organised across the country.

Below are only a selection but you can check out this page for any other event near you, or to publicise your own.

The Gloucestershire Climate March

Start- 12pm, The Subscription Rooms, Stroud, GL5 1AE

They will be walking from The Subscription Rooms and ends in a rally and picnic in Rodborough: 1.5 km steep walk uphill! They will be calling on local government to commit to 100% clean energy and sharing the science around climate change

Bring a drum/ bell, bring a kite – to feel the power of the wind, and bring a picnic.



People’s Climate March Manchester

Start – 11am Piccadilly Gardens,

Frack Free Greater Manchester and the Greater Manchester Association of Trades Union Councils and others have organisied a march through the centre of Manchester, focusing on the Labour Party Conference.

See here for more details

People’s Climate March and Gathering, Edinburgh

Starts- 1:30 with a picnic in the gardens next to The Mound, weather permitting.

The march itself starts at 2.30 regardless of weather, there will be some singing you are invited to join in with and will end at 4.30.

See here for details and updates


Sunday, September 21, 2014 – 11:00 to 17:00

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