The announcement of a date for the March on Climate has been set. On April 29, 2017, people will take to the streets to share their thoughts on the recent presidential orders against environmental organizations and science for climate change.

New scientific legislation under President Trump

President Trump has issued orders on websites such as the Environmental Protection Agency to remove climate change-related pages from it's website. This is a concern for many working at the EPA due to the amount of valuable information that is available on the webpage.

Though the webpage is still available for viewing, there is no guarantee that the links will still be available in coming weeks, beginning on Wednesday, January 25, 2017.

Protests after Trump's inauguration

There has already been over 145 protests in local communities that happened across the country in the first 100 hours of the Trump presidency. Organized by the people's climate movement, it's apparent that there is a lot of unrest across the country in response to president Donald Trump's anti-science and anti-Environment policies. Further protests are expected throughout the next four years of President Trump's administration.

Pipeline controversy

Donald Trump's call for strict overview by political advisors on scientific facts has caused many protests across the nation already.

President Trump's allowance of controversial pipelines, such as the Keystone Pipeline and Dakota Access Pipeline have inspired marches in cities such as Seattle. The Dakota Access Pipeline has been a controversy for months now, since the pipeline crosses over the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota. Many celebrities, like Shailene Woodley, have shown their support for the Native Americans protesting the pipeline, using slogans like "water is life."

The Standing Rock reservation has been advised on the issue and makes daily Facebook updates for those who cannot travel to the reservation.

The march on climate sponsored by the Sierra Club will be held in Washington D.C., on April 29, 2017. Areas around the country, and globe, are encouraged to start their local march as well.