Protesters in Philadelphia call for more action on a range of environmental issues, as the Democratic Party prepares to open its nominating convention. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). Crowds of protesters marched through the streets of Philadelphia on Sunday, to call for more action on a wide range of environmental issues. Some carried signs calling for a ban on fracking; others carried banners calling for increased funding for sustainable energy sources, such as solar power. But other protesters called for action on non-environmental issues, including immigration, and some protested the expected nomination of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential nominee.