Thousands expected at People's Climate March
The historic march is taking place ahead of a UN Summit on climate change on Tuesday.
NEW YORK - About 100,000 people are expected to take to the streets of New York today for what is being dubbed the biggest climate change march in history.
It is taking place ahead of a United Nations (UN) Summit on climate change on Tuesday.
Newly announced UN Peace Messenger Leonardo DiCaprio, former U.S vice president Al Gore and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon are expected to participate in today's march.
The People's Climate March has been endorsed by more than 1,400 organisations.
Those taking part will urge for stronger outcomes at the climate change summit on Tuesday.