Hi Earth Crisis Organiser – #Greataday🏅in #Denver @paulmromer #Nobelprize
2019 #Nobelpeaceprize no.100 goes to #PippiLongstocking #FridaysforFuture
CONGRATS to the #Equity Nobel Prize #SDG16
This #fff Friday 11 October #climatestrikes is again going global. Students from #USA to #Russia, from Spain to Poland, from Uganda to Japan, are going on strike: for the climate, and for our future.
What first started as a one-person protest by a #Sweden teenager #GretaThunberg, has now gathered momentum and spread all across the world. Already over 2000 events are planned in over 100 countries!
If the striking kids inspire you and you want to help, but aren’t sure how, take a look: here are 5 meaningful ways in which you can support the school climate strikes.
First thing you can do: spread the word! Let your friends know about the school strikes to inspire and mobilise others:
The moral authority of these striking kids has the potential to transform the #climateconsequences. They know that their future is on the line, and are acting like it. As adults, we can help: by getting their message to reach far and wide, by offering practical support with logistics, or joining the strikes as allies.
Are you already supporting the school strikes, or planning to? Share with us what you’re doing, send photos or videos – together we’re going to inspire others.
But most importantly: don’t let the young people do all the work! The #climatecrisis needs every single one of us to take action and fight for a #fossilfree future – that’s why together, we’re building a global grassroots #climatemovement.
The most meaningful way to support the school strikes is to listen, and respond, to their urgent call to action on #climatechange. Are you ready? Option number 5 might be just the thing for you.
In #solidarity with students all over the world.