Around 700 people demanded climate justice in three cities as Seoul, Incheon, Changwon. The rallies were organized by Korea Climate Crisis Emergency Action (KCCEA)consisting of more than 300 civic groups like trade unions, youth group, faith-based groups, health expertise, etc. Under the slogan "Climate Justice Right Now," people urged the Korean government to make climate policies based on climate justice and 1.5℃ goal, saying that its greenhouse gas reduction goal is ridiculously insufficient to prevent the climate crisis. They criticized that the only important thing for political leaders is companies and markets that make profits and growth. Lee Young-kyung, Co-Executive Director of the KCCEA said, "Although the Korean government declared that it would achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, it doesn’t mean the S. Korea cannot stop being called a climate villain. We need to establish a new plan from the perspective of climate justice, not centered on profits and growth."