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Chris Packham 3h
Now on the worlds greatest broadcaster and most important voice on ecological and environmental issues speaks about . Let’s all listen and learn and then show respect and kindness to the brave protesters of
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Mike Scantlebury Apr 16
Well, the media can call them 'hippies' and dismiss their efforts, (like they usually do). On the other hand, there's Local Elections in May and that other vote in June, maybe.
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Extinction Rebellion 🐝⌛️🦋 Apr 17
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Extinction Rebellion 🐝⌛️🦋 Apr 11
1. : Government must tell the truth declare a climate & ecological emergency. 2. : Government must act now to halt biodiversity loss & go net . 3. : Government must be led by a on this.
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XR Lambeth (Brixton) 2h
Learn the facts, , ! This documentary explains why these protests are happening and why so many people are giving up their freedom to make the point Climate Change - The Facts: via
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Extinction Rebellion 🐝⌛️🦋 2h
Tomorrow is the ‘Day of Love’ in London. Come down to Oxford Circus at 11am for poetry, performances, and a very special guest. This is a beautiful, vibrant, cultural rebellion. Join us.
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Extinction Rebellion 🐝⌛️🦋 Apr 16
Our three key demands on a bright yellow banner and, below that, a brave protester is carried off by the police. We have to always remember what we are fighting for. A fairer, better, kinder world. And perhaps it is just about possible...
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James Woudhuysen 7h
? “No net UK CO2 by 2025” means: no cars/planes, 40% less power, 50% less power capacity and 85% less heat — no more gas cooking/heating; end of most jobs in iron, steel, chemicals, oil, food & drink, cement, pulp & paper, glass. So thoughtful!
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Juan Mayorga Apr 15
a small tribute to murdered Honduran environmental activist Berta Cáceres in the boat at by
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Scott Roughton #GTTO 18h
Replying to @NickDixonITV @GMB
Why is it that none of you see how important this is? Why can’t any of you understand that I’d we pass a point of no return, that’s it. We’re done!! Keep moaning and the ‘hippies’ that’s easier than solving the problem right??
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Holly Cole Bristol 8h
The vast majority of people on Twitter are mad or full of righteous indignation. The vast majority of Facebook is delusional happy. And Instagram? A dream of perfection. And we wonder why this adolescent generation has issues.
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JO SYZ 55m
So there is currently a pink boat blockading Oxford Circus as part of the climate protests, urging our government and media to about Climate Change.
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Nick Myer 25m
Replying to @ExtinctionR
Look out for white aerosol mist at ground level sprayed out from planes.. easier seen from a distance.. engulfing the UK in nanoparticulates. If ER can't acknowledge this aerosol mist.. their credibility & mission should be questioned..
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Sam Knights Apr 17
Something quite unpleasant about being at an international solidarity event, hearing about the people who are dying in Bangladesh and the people who are resisting extinction in Ghana, and suddenly the police turn up and start arresting us...
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The Ali Clifford 🌱 1h
Happy to remain oblivious - sure there are more important things to be watching - as says of : “the world’s greatest broadcaster & most important voice on ecological & environmental issues speaks” on respect to
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XR Lambeth (Brixton) 7h
Police gather to clear Oxford Circus, they say they will arrest anyone in the vicinity. There were reports yesterday of a tourist being arrested and taken to Essex. force against the non-violent! Trying to quieten people who
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catrollo 🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 #FBPE 1m
There is something sinister about a Home Secretary who insists on bringing the 'full force of the law' against protesters who about the , but won't address law breaking by politicians.
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Tim Jones 15h
"It presents a sobering summary of a country... starkly different from the pristine landscape promoted in the “Pure New Zealand” marketing campaign..." Major report finds New Zealand's environment is in serious trouble
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Helen Jackson 8h
Replying to @charlesbamford
Especially when I am seeing no evidence of XR actually educating people over the facts on where we are with UK climate policy. We've actually achieved quite a lot in terms of emissions reductions. Too many people telling each "the government has done nothing"
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Extinction Rebellion 🐝⌛️🦋 Apr 16
Lots of arrests at Oxford Circus, but the dancers keep on dancing and the singers keep on singing. It's a really great atmosphere. We are trying to stage this rebellion with as much love, and light, and good humour as possible.
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Mathieu flamini Apr 16
Joining forces with to fight for our future
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