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Tired Earth Sep 15
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Wild Nature 9h
The energy in the streets of New York today as students and more stand up to demand action on climate change is incredible. The estimated number in New York is over 250’000!
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Tired Earth Sep 17
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Rebecca Herbert Sep 13
👉 This is a collateral damage that these communities are used to live. Because of the irresponsibility of the people of San Andrés Itzapa. when the rainy season comes the trash goes down to all these sectors.
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Wild Nature Sep 18
Climate change is the greatest threat to humanity, perhaps ever. Global temperatures are rising at an unprecedented rate, causing drought and forest fires and impacting human health.
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Tired Earth Sep 19
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Morgan Davis Sep 14
It is from 20th to 27th September. Having the two previous global strikes in mind, What do you think they have led to❓ 📝Comment your reason please.
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Elise Mason 30m
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Wild Nature Sep 18
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Elise Mason Sep 12
We need to cut waste: and supermarkets should lead the way.
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Rebecca Herbert 6h
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Tired Earth Sep 17
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Rebecca Herbert 5h
It's Really Time to Strike For Climate 📢+🌍👫+ ⚠️ = 🌎🌎🌎 Do the math. And strike for climate!
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Elise Mason Sep 14
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Green Planet Sep 15
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Rebecca Herbert 1h
, Thousands More March in NYC Thousands of people took to streets Friday to help fight , joining worldwide demonstrations ahead of a U.N. summit.
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Appy Sep 20
A gist from our college , we took a pledge and promised to save our mother earth because there's no earth B
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Rebecca Herbert Sep 19
: “We need to get angry and understand what is at stake. And then we need to transform that anger into action and to stand together united and just never give up,”
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Rebecca Herbert Sep 19
: “I will not beg the world leaders to care for our future, I will instead let them know change is coming whether they like it or not.”
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John Stone Sep 19
The Colorado River basin crosses 7 states and supports a $5 billion agricultural industry🚣‍♂️🏞️ But it has an uncertain long-term outlook due to and
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