"India saw its largest ever climate change mobilization with over 1,500 people coming out onto the streets of New Delhi to press for intervention on climate change," the statement from South Asia Campaign Coordinator of People's Climate March said. i Citizens across the board from college students to rickshaw pullers, from school students to daily wage workers, from artists to working professionals, came out to demand action on climate change, the statement said.
A memorandum suggesting that India should take swift action on climate change was submitted to the prime minister's office.
"The memorandum contained what we call the 'citizen's climate agenda. We spoke to as many people as possible from experts to climate change affected persons to organizations working in the domain and have come up with actionable solutions," said Chaitanya Kumar, organizer, People's Climate March.
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