This is zero hour

The youth march for climate action

On Saturday, July 21, 2018, the Climate Museum's Youth Advisory Council will lead the Museum's contingent at the New York City Zero Hour march, from Columbus Circle to the United Nations. 

 Youth Advisory Council members meet for their first strategy session to organize the Climate Museum's contingent at the Zero Hour march on July 21. 

Youth Advisory Council members meet for their first strategy session to organize the Climate Museum's contingent at the Zero Hour march on July 21. 

In recent months, young people across the nation have come together to demand a safer, more just future, tackling issues from gun violence to racial discrimination to sexual harassment. Zero Hour is another example of extraordinary youth leadership, aiming to mobilize national action on climate change by centering the voices of diverse youth in the conversation around climate and environmental justice. 

The Climate Museum's Youth Advisory Council, a developing body with a goal to bring youth awareness to climate issues, is excited to participate in this event. Although the march is organized and led by youth, people of all ages are welcome.

 

Join us as we participate in this historic moment to march together for climate action!

Meet us on Saturday, July 21 at 10:15am at the Lincoln Center Plaza Fountain
Columbus Avenue between 63rd and 64th streets

 

 

Join us in Washington Square Park the day before the march (Friday, July 20) from 4-7pm
to make posters and signs for the march!

 
 
 Youth Advisory Council members work together to recruit participants to the Climate Museum's contingent at the Zero Hour march on July 21. 

Youth Advisory Council members work together to recruit participants to the Climate Museum's contingent at the Zero Hour march on July 21.