September 20, Global Climate Strike events are taking place around the world.
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— Ryan Mearns (@ryanmearns) September 27, 2019
— Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus) September 28, 2019
— Colin Bisset (@cdbisset) September 20, 2019
The #ClimateStrike crowd numbers are phenomenal.
Perth & Adelaide at least 10,000 each
Thousands more across regional Australia & Pacific https://t.co/rViiPMOgWR @strikeclimate #schoolstrike4climate pic.twitter.com/VAOKRHq7Zu
— Guardian Australia (@GuardianAus) September 20, 2019
— Naomi Kingston (@naomiekingston) September 17, 2019
As someone obsessed with evidence am delighted this poster had a reference for the source of data. pic.twitter.com/gS25z0jFYb
— Bill Sutherland (@Bill_Sutherland) September 20, 2019
“We are trying to bring creative people who have something to say about climate change through song, or poetry, or art, to our youth strikes.”#ConservationOptimism #YouthStrike4Climate #YouthForNature pic.twitter.com/dKeNmyZBlY
— ConservationOptimism (@ConservOptimism) September 2, 2019
— Survival International (@Survival) September 20, 2019
— Chris Lang (@reddmonitor) August 15, 2019
Wow! If the labor movement gets behind the September 20 #ClimateStrike, things could get different in a hurry. Journalists: this is a story to keep an eye on. #coveringclimatenow https://t.co/VzEQW4wSOx
— Mark Hertsgaard (@markhertsgaard) August 12, 2019
From Sept 20-27 people across the US will join youth in the streets to #ClimateStrike.
Workers are on the frontlines of climate change, and should also be on the frontlines of climate solutions. Watch this video from us & @LN4S, and RSVP to #StrikeWithUs: https://t.co/UpYD03eeUn pic.twitter.com/zCgupv1KnT
— 350 dot org (@350) August 9, 2019
Townsville Strand, 9am, Sept. 20th. https://t.co/7PdTwHvJkC
— Terry Hughes (@ProfTerryHughes) September 3, 2019
@EcotourismAus believes the impacts and threats of #ClimateChange are the biggest risks #ecotourism now faces. We don’t believe #Australia has the right policies and commitment to adequately deal with these risks and, as such, we're joining the #ClimateStrike this Friday. pic.twitter.com/nIoeTLb8ae
— Ecotourism Australia (@EcotourismAus) September 16, 2019
We’re inspired by those who choose to stand up for the belief that protecting the environment matters. This week we’re amplifying the voices of young climate activists and using our reach to help that message travel even further. https://t.co/FAjrNFo1kz #ClimateStrike pic.twitter.com/PzpbEMZt3c
— REI (@REI) September 16, 2019
— Brian Kahn (@blkahn) September 20, 2019
Climate change is not a possibility for the distant future, it is the REALITY OF TODAY!!! It’s time to rise before it’s too late. We support you, climate strikers. With love and hope from Antarctica.#ClimateStrike #FridaysForFuture pic.twitter.com/Z4AoIuPXWw
— Dr. Kim Bernard (@psycho_kriller) September 20, 2019
FAQ: Young people have woken up much of the world with their powerful Fridays for Future school strikes for the climate. As we deal with devastating climate breakdown and hurtle towards dangerous tipping points, young people are calling on millions of us across the planet to disrupt business as usual by joining the global climate strikes on September 20, just ahead of a UN emergency climate summit, and again on September 27. Together, we will sound the alarm and show our politicians that business as usual is no longer an option. The climate crisis won’t wait, so neither will we.
Australia: We are in the thick of the climate crisis. Yet we just elected a Government that wants to open the floodgates to new coal, oil and gas projects that put all of us at risk. We are already hurting from the impacts of climate change. If we don’t act now to transition fairly and swiftly away from coal, oil & gas to 100% renewable energy for all, this will only get worse. But it’s going to take all of us working together to succeed. Join us on September 20 – three days out from the UN’s Emergency Climate Summit — by taking the day off school, uni or work to show our politicians that we’re serious about climate action. (source)
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