school climate strikes

youth strikers in jerusalem on tuesday

‘This is bigger’: Palestinian and Israeli teens strike together for the climate

We had Arab Palestinians and Jewish Israelis participating together. We have multiplied our following on social media and we have started to plan social media campaign with celebrities. We have also been asked to do a bunch of television and newspaper interviews.

greta thunberg at a protest against the climate crisis in berlin, germany

‘We need everyone’: Greta Thunberg calls on adults to join climate strikes

The call was issued as young people prepared for what organisers have claimed will be one of the biggest student strikes so far on Friday, with protests expected in 1,594 cities and towns in 118 countries, according to the Fridays for the Future website.

elina, 14, from finland, believes politicians have not done enough to combat climate breakdown

‘I feel empowered and scared’: pupils speak before climate strike

I don’t want to see the world struggle; the world dying because we are not doing anything about it. We are making more disaster by not changing bad habits to help the climate crisis such as fossil fuels, cars, palm oil, plastic and ruining animal habitats. I feel responsible to do something and take action especially as I love animals and according to the science many can disappear in my lifetime.

young activists in London during a recent strike against climate change

Parents to protest in support of children’s climate strikes

Parents including Gary Lineker, Paloma Faith and Juliet Stevenson have joined children in demanding governments declare a climate emergency and dramatically speed up cuts in carbon emissions.

extinction rebellion protesters outside the royal exchange in the city of london

Extinction Rebellion and Momentum join forces on climate crisis

Momentum, the youth climate strikers and Extinction Rebellion are to unite in protest outside parliament on Wednesday as Labour calls on the Conservatives to declare an environmental emergency in a parliamentary vote.

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