March for Jobs, Justice, and a Livable Planet

The fight to preserve our planet and halt climate warming is inextricably tied to the struggle for all the other elements of a decent human life: jobs, health, equality, and justice. The threat of catastrophic global warming requires an emergency transition, in Connecticut and every other state, to an energy grid and mass transportation system powered by 100% clean, renewable sources like solar and wind. Clean, renewable energy, expanded mass transit, and emergency conservation measures can almost immediately create many times the new jobs promised by the proposed fracked gas build out and current dirty fossil fuel infrastructure. The climate movement stands ready to campaign with the labor movement, the Movement for Black Lives, Native Americans, climate refugees, immigrant communities, environmental justice activists, conservationists, and other community movements for a massive program of good green jobs and a turn to focusing on the needs of people over fossil fuel profits.

No to Uncontrollable Warming!
For an Emergency Transition to 100% Clean, Renewable Energy! Mass Electrified Transportation for All!
End Environmental Racism!   Stand Up for Immigrants & Climate Refugees!
No to the Fracked Gas Infrastructure Buildout!
Yes to Jobs & Justice! No to the Cuts & Climate Crisis!

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If you need transportation to the march check out the list of transit options below or fill out this carpool form. Parking is available on Flower St, one block west of Broad & Capitol Ave. Parts of Trinity St. & Capitol Ave will be blocked off to street traffic(for the Ugly Sweater Run) so please leave extra time.

March Address : 210 Capitol Ave, Hartford, CT

From New Haven – Greyhound 9:40-11:00    Amtrak 9:54-10:49

From New Britain – FastTrak Bus 101 – 10:44, 10:56   102 – 10:42

From Manchester – CT Transit Bus 83 10:24 Bus 86-88-46 10:20

From Springfield, MA  – Greyhound 10:10 AM

March Route:hartfordmap


Sponsors : 350 CT, CT Sierra Club, IREJN, Consumers for Sensible Energy


Amalgamated Transit Union CT

CT State Council of Machinists

Greater Connecticut Area Local American Postal Workers Union

CT State Employee Association/ SEIU Local 2001 P4 Council

UConn Graduate Employees Union- UAW Local 6950

Hartford County Climate Action

Climate Mobilization New Haven

Dragonfly Climate Collective

Food & Water Watch


Guildford Peace Alliance

350 Lansing

Berkshire Environmental Action Team (BEAT)

Beyond Extreme Energy

Consumers for Sensible Energy

Greater New Haven Peace Council

Inter-Religious Eco Justice Network

Middle East Crisis Committee

New Haven Leon Sister City Project

No Fracked Gas in Mass

Occupy Danbury

Promoting Enduring Peace

The Social Action Committee of Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Society

Clean Water Action

P.A.C.E. – People’s Action for Clean Energy

Toxics Action Center

UAW CT-CAP Council

Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut

National Association of Social Workers Connecticut Chapter

Committee for a Cultural/Environment Center