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Mark Ruffalo Mar 15
Kids these days... ...are fighting for a better planet and a brighter future. Proud of all the young people around the world. Gunning for the “Greatest Generation II” 🌎
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Vox Mar 15
1/ An estimated 1 million young people in 128 countries skipped school Friday to demand stronger climate policies in what may be one of the largest environmental protests in history.
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Zero Hour Mar 16
‼️NEW CAMPAIGN‼️ The was just the beginning! We are launching a campaign to get to the roots of the systems of oppression that caused the climate crisis. Sign up HERE to become a Zero Hour ambassador in your community:
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Mike Hudema Mar 16
The 16-year old that started it all. "We cannot solve a crisis without treating it as a crisis...I want you to act as if our house is on fire. Because it is." There is no time to waste. .
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CPT Mar 15
I don’t know who Timothee Chalamet is, but I get the message. These kids can’t vote, but I can, and I support them.
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Cicilly Ben Mar 16
I Love Nature too much to see it degrading each time. Stand with me
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WIRED Mar 15
“My GPA isn’t going to matter if I’m dead." Across the planet, in 100 countries and every state in the US, thousands upon thousands of children skipped school and took to the streets with a message for the adults: save the world you broke.
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Neil Before Zod™ Mar 17
On the left is the United We Roll rally in Ottawa, on the right is the student's in Montreal, guess which rally was attended by every senior member of the . Andrew Scheer would rather stand with white supremacy than students. Remember that.
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Elizabeth May Mar 16
I just went to website - no mention of hundreds of thousands of Canadian kids marching. only mentioned other countries' . Our media can do better.
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Michael Bennet Mar 16
Inspired by the young people in Colorado and around the world who participated in yesterday’s . Their passion for saving our planet and creating a brighter future for all is needed now more than ever. We must .
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Frankie Mar 16
can’t forget that over 1 million school kids took part in democracy protesting to save the climate & us at the same time. We need all the help we can get. The feeling in the crowd was electrifying, enthusiastic & powerful.
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Meanwhile in Canada Mar 15
There were more than 150,000 students on today in Montreal. That's a fair bit more than the 50 trucker climate-denial convoy.
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Hugo Fearnley Mar 16
Wow. Over 50,000 school students joined the climate strike yesterday - you'll want to hear what they have to say. Labour supports the . RT if you do too
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350 dot org Mar 15
Over 1.4 million young in over 300 cities took part in the March 15 - the biggest day of global climate action ever. "World leaders are losing the window to act, but we are not gonna stand still watching their inertia.”
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Mike Hudema Mar 15
Over ONE MILLION young people took to the streets in the largest global mobilization this world has ever seen. Let us head their call.
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350 East Asia Mar 16
in the : The youth are stepping up and telling our leaders to take their future seriously and treat climate change for what it is – a crisis.
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Mike Hudema Mar 16
Some MASSIVE numbers from 150,000 40,000 (168,000 ) 11,000 100,000 (1,000,000+ ) 20,000 (300,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 (150,000 ) Over 1.5 million+ total
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Mike Hudema Mar 17
New UN report: Arctic temps will rise by 3-5°C by 2050, threaten 4 million people. Nearly half of permafrost may be lost, triggering "runaway warming". There's no time to waste, .
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Inactivate Britain 21h
RT CallumCant1: 2,000+ kids at the Brighton youth are shutting down the centre of town to the sound of 'Oh Jeremy Corbyn'
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adam sen de! Mar 19
Replying to @bagcimltm
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