These Inspiring Posters Will Remind New Yorkers Why The People's Climate March Is So Important

The organizers of what may become the largest climate-change march in history have just announced the winners of a poster design contest to promote the event in one of New York City’s most visible locations.

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The two winning designs, which were chosen by a panel of judges including Shepard Fairey, Barbara Kruger and Moby, will appear on one out of every 10 train cars on the New York City subway from August 25 until the People's Climate March on September 21, according to the video from the campaigning community Avaaz.

The march, which is expected to include more than 750 groups and businesses, is timed to coincide with a gathering of world leaders for the 2014 United Nations Climate Summit on September 23. President Obama has already pledged to attend the summit, and the U.N. has also invited many mayors and business leaders.

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