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Participants of a demonstration clap their hands and write the Icelandic "Hu". The demonstrators follow the call of the movement Fridays for Future and want to fight for more climate protection. They want to support the calls for strikes and protests all over the world. (Photo: Patrick Seeger/dpa/Getty Images) Views
To the Adults Who Are Striking Today for the Future, Thank You
Today is the day we must stand up for all generations.
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In Pictures and Video: What 'Biggest Day of Climate Action in Planetary History' Looks Like as Over 4 Million Strike Worldwide
"We're here to reclaim our right to live, our right to breathe, our right to exist."
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'Huge Win' But 'Not Enough': Amazon Workers Claim Credit for Pushing Bezos on Climate, Vow to Intensify Campaign
"Today, we celebrate. Tomorrow, we'll be in the streets."
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Movements are the great sign of hope. (Photo: YES! illustration by Fran Murphy) Views
Where Bill McKibben Finds Hope Amid the Climate Crisis
The environmental activist says surviving an existential threat like climate change requires honesty—and hope.
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'Students Have Led and We Must Follow': Thousands of Scientists From 40 Nations Join Global Climate Strike
"Students have led and we must follow—in defense of the scientific truths our colleagues have discovered over the decades, and of the planet we love."
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Climate Crisis Committee joint hearing September 18, 2019 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Thunberg, who recently sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in a zero-carbon emissions sailboat, is in Washington to discuss the climate crisis with lawmakers and will speak at the UN Climate Action Summit on September 23 in New York. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Views
Greta Tells Congress to #UniteBehindtheScience
On Friday tens of millions of people around the world will participate in a climate strike, demanding action on the issue and an end to the use of fossil fuels.
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A French mayor banned the pesticide glysophate from areas near homes in his village and inspired other municipalities to do the same. News
After Mayor of Small Village Bans Glyphosate, Dozens of Others Join Rebellion Against French Law
Tests on the people of Langouët showed levels of glyphosate—one of the most widely used herbicides and the active ingredient in RoundUp—in their urine up to 30 times the recommended limit. It was especially high in children.
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For some species, climate impacts are not as direct but all living things depend on a stable climate and functioning ecosystems (Photo: Jenny Lee Silver via Flickr) Views
Connecting the Dots Between the Climate and Biodiversity Crises
The polar bear has become the poster child for climate change impacts in the Arctic. Sea ice, which the bears depend on for hunting, is melting at an ever-expanding rate.
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Video Featuring Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot Details Magical Solution to Climate Crisis: Nature
"We need to stop funding things that destroy nature and pay for things that help it."
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The wave of climate strikes led by young people has other parts of society joining in and following their lead - trade unions, human rights organisations and others. (Photo: Chris J. Ratcliffe/Getty Images) Views
Led By Our Youth, the Climate Narrative Has Changed
The lack of meaningful and radical action from our governments, the denial of the existence of a climate crisis, the monied interests that drive our overconsumption and reliance on fossil fuels are all trying to prevent radical and effective solutions to the climate emergency—these are the usual...
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