Marianne Williamson


Marianne Williamson ended her presidential campaign on January 10, 2020.

In her own words: “The climate crisis is an existential threat to humanity. We are already feeling its effects, which will become increasingly intense and destructive. We MUST take IMMEDIATE and POWERFUL action NOW to reduce carbon emissions and to increase the resilience of communities to deal with the impacts of climate change.”

(Source: candidate survey)

Marianne Williamson Climate Change News Feed

There’s a place where dysfunctional turns into malfunctional, and it’s malfunctional at this point for any major power to refuse to make reversing climate change its number one priority. We need a WW2 level mass mobilization to address the emergency in our midst #climateemergency


We’ve been warned about the perils of climate change, but govt and business resistance to appropriate action has left us deeply imperiled. Let’s pray for Australia now, and deepen our commitment to WW2 level mass mobilization to reverse climate change over the next seven years.


LCV Team Attends the First-Ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice

A few weeks ago, I had the honor of joining staff from LCV and our partners at Conservation Voters of South Carolina to attend the first-ever presidential forum focused on environmental justice. As a young woman of color, it was a powerful experience to be in a room full of environmental justice leaders and climate … Continue reading ""

League of Conservation Voters

Threat to humanity': Candidates discuss environmental issues at S.C. State forum

Six 2020 Democratic presidential candidates took the stage Friday night, answering questions and engaging with audience members at the first-ever presidential forum on environmental justice on the campus of South Carolina State University.

The Times and Democrat

Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Talk Environmental Justice in South Carolina

Environmental justice for suffering communities requires policy changes, action and corporate regulations, six 2020 Democratic Presidential candidates explained during a forum in South Carolina on Friday.


Warren and Booker lead candidates at environmental justice forum

Only six candidates turned out for the first ever presidential forum on environmental justice at South Carolina State University on Friday night. Issues such as lead-contaminated water, food deserts, childhood asthma and proximity to polluting chemical plants and industrial pig farms disproportionately affect low-income communities, tribal nations and people of colour.

the Guardian

An HBCU Is Hosting the First Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice

For the first time ever, presidential candidates will take the main stage Friday night to talk all things environmental justice. To make the event even more historic, “Moving Vulnerable Communities From Surviving to Thriving” will take place at South Carolina State University, the only public Historically Black College and University in the state.


Presidential candidate forum on environmental justice held in Orangeburge, SC

Two dozen national and local organizations, including the National Black Caucus of State Legislators, have announced the 2019 Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice: “Moving Vulnerable Communities from Surviving to Thriving.


Climate tweets

Today @ 6pm, @NWF joins w/ partners for the 1st Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice. Candidates @ewarren @CoryBooker @TomSteyer @marwilliamson @JohnDelaney @JoeSestak will share their visions for aiding frontline #climate communities. #EJPresForum