Children in Australia kick off global climate strike inspired by Greta Thunberg

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Children in Australia kick off global climate strike inspired by Greta Thunberg
Children in Australia kick off global climate strike inspired by Greta Thunberg
Australian way to the same location in central Sydney, this park, where the world’s latest and perhaps largest global climate strike a kicked off on Friday. These protesters want the government of us striking pain, taking action to undo everything we could do about this crisis. Intimidation that we have so untrue – and I promise Pacific Islands of Kiribati and Vanuatu to the streets of Thailand’s Capital talk with more than 5000 events across 110 towns and cities worldwide. But they all have the same objective: to encourage officials and businesses to commit to a target of Net Zero carbon dioxide emissions. Fuel related carbon dioxide, but the young activists refused to lose hope. They gave her performance using Morse code with eco-friendly LED lights. To demand action from their government is not the generation. That’S responsible, but they’ll be affected the longest by the climate crisis. Today’S protest will reach a climax in New York, or over 1 million students have been granted permission from their school to participate, Greta thunberg. The inspiration behind the movement will lead them for participating in the first use climate Summit at the United Nations on Saturday.
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Children in Australia and the Pacific Islands kicked off a millions-strong global climate strike Friday — heeding the rallying cry of teen activist Greta Thunberg and demanding adults take action to stave off environmental disaster.

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