Friday 3 May 2019 was a Climate Election Day of Action in 75 locations across Australia, where thousands of students left their schools in order to pay their local federal politicians a visit instead, as a contribution to the #climateelection
“If you’ve been keeping your powder dry, waiting for the moment when the climate fight really needed you–right about now would be that moment.”
London calling: In The Sustainable Hour on 8 May 2019, we cancel some of our planned interview appointments in order to make room for reporting about something historic: the breakthrough for the climate emergency declaration and mobilisation which has been
On 1 May 2019, the British Labour party moved a non-binding motion in the House of Commons to declare ‘an environment and climate emergency’, which was passed by members of the Parliament across the floor.
The problem with Labor’s support for climate action is that it is either fake, hollow or misguided. We need to call out those politicians who think they can sign a climate emergency declaration and then spruik fossil fuels. Peter Khalil,
Screen it for your colleagues, class mates, students, or an entire school → Share via YouTube “A landmark documentary”~ The Guardian Sir David Attenborough literally is the voice of Our Planet – the Netflix series by this title, that is.
Climate change is here, the Australian election is here, and the third national student climate strike is here. We have two youth strikers in the studio, Caitlin Ramsay and Hilary Cao, who say they are ready to act like their
First Minister of Scotland: “I am declaring that there is a climate emergency. And Scotland will live up to our responsibility to tackle it.”
You may like or hate this song, but it has all the features of what any new ‘We Are The World’-song should contain
“It is our responsibility to act with clear urgency to protect the planet and all its inhabitants. We are rebelling for life, for our future, for the future of all species.”~ Extinction Rebellion “From this moment despair ends and tactics