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Caroline Lucas Apr 17
Excited to welcome to the UK next week.💚 Here's how you can support: 1️⃣ If you're under 25, hear Greta speak on Monday: 2️⃣ Make sure your MP attends her speech in Parliament on Tuesday:
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GuardianLive 19h
'I am not a leader of this movement, I am just a part of the movement. There are people who are more and less engaged, but in this movement everyone is equally important' - says to great applause
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 19h
“I am not the leader of this movement I am part of this movement. Everyone is equally important.”
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Elizabeth 💚🌹💜 19h
“All we are saying is listen to the science” -
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GuardianLive 18h
Another standing ovation to thank our panel, . Thank you to everyone who was able to join us today for this insightful event
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Louisa Casson 19h
For all that we stand to lose, we have not lost it yet. The hope of the youth strikers and that keeps on telling the truth over & over until it is heard met with a standing ovation at Friends House in London with
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Anne van Staveren 13h
One of those days to treasure: Quakers welcomed Swedish activist Greta Thunberg to Friends House. Thank you Greta, Anna, Caroline, Sam and Pearl. Please politicians, listen to scientists.
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YouthStrike4Climate Apr 19
David Attenborough: We have until 2030 to stop complete ecological breakdown and civilisational collapse UK Government: Everything is fine
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Kate Raworth Apr 21
Wow - RT this! Christiana Figueres, lead architect of the UN's 2015 Paris Agreement, stands unequivocally in solidarity with & . You couldn't ask for a more credible & respected international ally.
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Louisa Casson 18h
😢 11 year old who has been on the edge of his seat with his hand up for ages just asked: “if the pollution stays the same, how long do we have?”. Decades of politicians must feel the weight of the existential fear they have put on young people
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Damian Carrington 19h
How do you deal with a climate denier? “I don’t” says
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 19h
“This isn’t just a movement of young people being sick of politicians. This is an existential crisis. This is not something that will disappear in a few years this will effect our entire existence.”
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Ian Edwards 55m
the garden bridge trees are a national asset. If we survive, people will want to take their children to see them one day Please tell us they will be planted in public parkland where they can continue to sequester CO₂
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Hannah Martin 19h
Standing ovation for youth strikers and as they begin their discussion about and the new climate movement
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YouthStrike4Climate Apr 17
Next week is coming to the Houses of Parliament and will be speaking at an event that is open to all MPs. Please take a minute to write to your MP and ask them to attend and hear what Greta has to say.
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Quakers in Britain 18h
A huge thank you to and , and also and from . There is a huge cheer here and a standing ovation! An inspiring hour and half.
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Phil Holtam 20h
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CCOW (England) 46m
Caroline Lucas yesterday: "Sea levels aren't the only thing that are rising. We are rising, too, and we are not giving up ... There is hope all around us in the actions of millions of people across the world who are changemakers."
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 19h
“We won’t be satisfied by politicians publicising statements of support but doing nothing else, we won’t be satisfied with politicians having one meeting but deciding nothing. That’s why we will keep striking.” 👏
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 19h
“If a football game gets more coverage than the climate and ecological crisis, then people will see that and think that is more important”
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