On Donald Trump's 100th day as president of the United States, thousands of people gathered in cities around the country to protest his alarming views on climate change. The People's Climate March drew in massive crowds in Washington DC, and protesters were not letting the 90-degree temperature slow them down.
Among the protesters was Leonardo DiCaprio, who has been a total champion in climate change awareness, marching for the rights of indigenous communities. DiCaprio is hands down one of Hollywood's biggest environmental activists, and his "climate change is real" sign speaks for itself.
Trump has made his stance on climate change clear: between his approval of offshore oil drilling, his refusal to hire anyone whose title includes the word "climate," and his approval of construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline, it's obvious that he cares more about the economy than any environmentally related issues. The protesters at the People's Climate March are showing that President Trump is a threat to the future of our planet and they are not backing down.