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]>> Thousands of protestors descending on Washington, Saturday, for the second time in a month. To voice concern over climate change.>> In defense of our environment, for our climate, because we need to do it.>> The mass demonstration coming as President Trump marks his 100th day in office.
Organizers say the People's Climate Marches across a dozen cities in America are part of a broader effort. To build momentum behind candidates with strong environmental records. For next year's midterm elections, and the 2020 Presidential race.>> I want the next generation, the future generations to be able to live in this planet.
Without being polluted and contaminated by governments, and by corporations.>> The protests come as Trump's administration is considering withdrawing from the Paris Agreement. Signed in hopes of curbing global warming. The President, who has called climate change a hoax, has also proposed deep cuts for the Environmental Protection Agency.
Just hours before the marches, EPA administrator Scott Pruitt announced the Agency's website is getting a make-over. To reflect the views of the current leadership. The Agency's pages relating to climate science, and what readers can do about climate change, were removed Friday from the website. Replaced with a notice saying, this page is being updated.