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Marchers make their way across Central Park South during the People’s Climate March on September 21 2014, in New York. Activists mobilized in cities across the globe Sunday for marches against climate change, with one of the biggest planned for New York, where celebrities, political leaders and tens of thousands of people were expected. The march comes before the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon convenes a climate change summit of 120 world leaders . AFP PHOTO/Timothy A. Clary (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)

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These are organizations dedicated to reducing/reversing global warming.

Many national organizations also have a local chapter.

Name of OrganizationCT?
Website Nationaly
Alliance for Climate Educationn
American Riversn
Carbon Neutral Cities Alliancen
Catholic Climate Covenantn
Citizens Climate Lobbyy
Citizens Campaign for the Environmenty
Climate Centraln
Climate Mobilizationn
Climate Outreach – formerly COINn
Climate Parentsn
Climate Reality Project – Al Gore Founded
Climate Voicesn
Conservation Internationaln
CT Fund for the Environment/ Save the Soundy
CT Roundtable on Climate & Jobsy
Earth Justicen
Ecoworks – Creative Reuse Shopy
Environmental Business ouncil New Englandy
Environmental Defense Fundn
Food & Water Watchy
Friends of the Earthn
Global Changen
Idle No Moren
Indivisible Movement / Action Together CTy
IPCC – Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
League of Conservation Votersn
Mom’s Clean Air Forcen
National Center for Science Educationn
Nature Conservancyy
NRDC Natural Resources Defense Counciln
Ocean Conservancyn
Oceanic Preservation Societyn
Post Carbon Institute
People’s Climaten
Pew Charitable Trustn
Sierra Clubn
Sierra Club CTy
Skeptical Sciencen
Solutions Projectn
Union of Concerned Scientistsn
Voces: Latino Leadership in Actionn
Waterkeeper Alliancen
Yale Project on Climate Change Communicationy