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March & Rally for our earth

Bay Area students will “March and Rally for Our Earth” on Friday, April 22nd from 4 to 6 p.m. at King Plaza, in front of Palo Alto.


Welcoming friends, families, and any community members, this event will feature guest speakers Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, Assemblymember Marc Berman, Mayor Pat Burt, and environmental leaders and musicians. Arrive early to save your spot in the crowd!


Gearing community members up for climate action, after the rally, at 5, students will lead a march around and back to King Plaza. After the march, visit local organizations' tables and hang Earth Day pledges on the "Pledge tree."


The “March and Rally for Our Earth” is a chance to celebrate the climate progress our cities have already made and to encourage a community spirit as we push for a more sustainable future!



Congresswoman Anna Eshoo represents California's 18th Congressional District and has shown immense dedication to the climate cause.


Assemblymember Marc Berman is a former Palo Alto resident and council member and currently represents California's 24th Assembly District. 


Mayor Pat Burt currently represents Palo Alto and has supported significant municipal climate reform, including this rally. 



Acterra works to combat climate change, one of the greatest challenges our planet has faced.

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Bringing the world together to solve the climate crisis and make a sustainable future a reality.

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An independent nonprofit helping Menlo Park adopt a suite of measures by 2025 that are necessary to reach zero carbon by 2030.

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The Beth Am Dayenu Group emphasizes youth environmental action and believes Reform Judaism offers a path to life filled with meaning, joy, and spiritual fulfillment. 

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Citizens' Climate Lobby (CCL) empowers everyday people to work within their communities and members of Congress on climate change solutions.

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Canopy plants and cares for trees where people need them the most.


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This is your chance to learn how to engage in climate advocacy no matter what role you play in your community––be as a teacher, student, or retired individual. Explore all the options your city has to offer!

Climate Change Book Club

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Mothers Out Front

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Dayenu Circle, Beth Am

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City of Palo Alto Utilities

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Cloud Project

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350 PA + Petitions

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Friday's for Future Palo Alto

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League of Women Voters

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Santa Clara County Water

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City hall will be open with bathrooms on the lower floor!


There’ll be tables offering pizza from State of Mind and you can even bring your own baked goods! Water jugs will be provided.


There will be an EMT on site and the police will be present.

Get in Touch

Questions? Interested in tabling? Want to volunteer?

Contact our youth coordinators Katie Rueff ( and Saman de Silva (

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