• Greta Thunberg Leads Climate Change Rally In Denver
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    Greta Thunberg Leads Climate Change Rally In Denver #GretaThunberg #ClimateStrikesGlobal #ExtinctionRebellion https://youtu.be/sIonpH8gLUk Guardian News 10/11/19
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  • 'Get On the Streets. And Bring Everybody': Extinction Rebellion Kicks Off Two Weeks of Global Action
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/10/07/get-streets-and-bring-everybody-extinction-rebellion-kicks-two-weeks-global-action
    Jessica Corbett, staff writer

    Nearly a year after Extinction Rebellion launched in London, the global movement that uses nonviolent civil disobedience to demand ambitious climate action kicked off two weeks of protests on Monday with demonstrations around the world that blocked major roadways and led to arrests.

    "Starting on October 7th, for 2 weeks, Extinction Rebellion is calling an International Rebellion. Together, we will peacefully occupy the centers of power and shut them down until governments act on the climate and ecological emergency," the XR movement says on its website. "Leave your desk. Invite your boss. Walk out of school. Switch off the TV. Put down your phone. Get on the streets. And bring everybody."

    London is just one of 60 global cities where XR members held protests Monday and are planning future actions for International Rebellion, according to the movement's webpage that sorts upcoming protests by continent. Demonstrators worldwide turned out in droves Monday and are set to continue engaging in peaceful civil disobedience in the coming days across Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Oceania.

    After the London Metropolitan Police on Saturday used a battering ram to raid an XR building in the city and seize items such as disability ramps that organizers had planned to use to make the movement's demonstrations "accessible and safe for all," XR activists on Monday blocked traffic across the city's government district of Westminster.

    Reuters reported that at least 135 people were arrested. According to the news agency:

    Large crowds of protesters blocked some of Westminster's largest and busiest roads, bridges and squares, carrying banners with slogans such as "Climate change denies our children a future unless we act now."

    Banging drums and chanting, they took over the tourist hotspot of Trafalgar Square and marched down the Mall, the broad tree-lined avenue that leads to Buckingham Palace.

    Some activists glued or chained themselves to cars parked in the middle of roads or to street lamps, making it hard for police officers to detain them.

    "We're here because the government is not doing enough on the climate emergency," Lizzy Mansfield told Reuters. "We only get one planet and so we're here to try and defend it."

    XR parked a hearse at Trafalgar Square to mourn mass species extinction and sent a message to the U.K. Parliament that "truth demands action" by hanging a banner on a barge in the River Thames:

    "Meanwhile, activists from Animal Rebellion, a movement allied to Extinction Rebellion, began marching from Russell Square to Smithfield Meat Market on Monday afternoon," reported BBC News. "Organizers said they plan to stage an overnight occupation of the market to share their 'vision of a future plant-based food system.'"

    From London, Berlin, and Madrid, to Paris, Philadephia, and Toronto, activists, reporters, and supporters shared updates from the streets on social media Monday with the hashtags #InternationalRebellion, #EverybodyNow, and #TheTimesIsNow.

    "In Berlin, around 1,000 people blocked the Grosser Stern, a traffic circle in the middle of the German capital's Tiergarten park dominated by the landmark Victory Column," according to The Associated Press. "That protest began before dawn."

    Highlighting protests in other European cities, the AP reported:

    In Amsterdam, hundreds of demonstrators blocked a major road outside the Rijksmuseum, one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, and set up tents. The protest went ahead despite a city ban on activists gathering on the road. The protesters ignored police calls for them to move to a nearby square.

    In Spain, a few dozen activists briefly chained themselves to each other and to an elevated road over a major artery in the Madrid, snarling traffic during the morning rush hour. The National Police said 33 activists were taken to their premises and three were arrested for resisting orders by anti-riot officers.

    Four teenage girls were among about 30 people who were arrested in Sydney on Monday for attempting to stop vehicle traffic, XR organizers told The Guardian. According to the newspaper, hundreds of people joined a march and rally in Australia's capital city.

    Sisters 10-year-old Luka and 12-year-old Maddie Brett-Hall were among those who marched from Sydney's Belmore Park to the central business district. Maddie said, "I feel like we need to make a difference."

    Ember Henninger, a 10-year-old who also marched in Sydney on Monday, said that "the government tells us to just be kids ... and this makes me feel angry."

    XR's International Rebellion follows a global week of action bookended by a pair of climate strikes on Sept. 20 and 27, which were inspired by the school strikes launched by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg and other youth climate activists worldwide. The #ClimateStrike actions coincided with the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York City.

    "As the results of the U.N. summit highlight, we can no longer rely on governments to do what is needed in the face of climate and ecological breakdown," Extinction Rebellion NYC spokesperson Trellan Smith said in a statement last month. "We have the right and moral obligation to be on the streets telling the truth about this crisis and demanding responses from our government at this critical time."
    'Get On the Streets. And Bring Everybody': Extinction Rebellion Kicks Off Two Weeks of Global Action https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/10/07/get-streets-and-bring-everybody-extinction-rebellion-kicks-two-weeks-global-action Jessica Corbett, staff writer Nearly a year after Extinction Rebellion launched in London, the global movement that uses nonviolent civil disobedience to demand ambitious climate action kicked off two weeks of protests on Monday with demonstrations around the world that blocked major roadways and led to arrests. "Starting on October 7th, for 2 weeks, Extinction Rebellion is calling an International Rebellion. Together, we will peacefully occupy the centers of power and shut them down until governments act on the climate and ecological emergency," the XR movement says on its website. "Leave your desk. Invite your boss. Walk out of school. Switch off the TV. Put down your phone. Get on the streets. And bring everybody." London is just one of 60 global cities where XR members held protests Monday and are planning future actions for International Rebellion, according to the movement's webpage that sorts upcoming protests by continent. Demonstrators worldwide turned out in droves Monday and are set to continue engaging in peaceful civil disobedience in the coming days across Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Oceania. After the London Metropolitan Police on Saturday used a battering ram to raid an XR building in the city and seize items such as disability ramps that organizers had planned to use to make the movement's demonstrations "accessible and safe for all," XR activists on Monday blocked traffic across the city's government district of Westminster. Reuters reported that at least 135 people were arrested. According to the news agency: Large crowds of protesters blocked some of Westminster's largest and busiest roads, bridges and squares, carrying banners with slogans such as "Climate change denies our children a future unless we act now." Banging drums and chanting, they took over the tourist hotspot of Trafalgar Square and marched down the Mall, the broad tree-lined avenue that leads to Buckingham Palace. Some activists glued or chained themselves to cars parked in the middle of roads or to street lamps, making it hard for police officers to detain them. "We're here because the government is not doing enough on the climate emergency," Lizzy Mansfield told Reuters. "We only get one planet and so we're here to try and defend it." XR parked a hearse at Trafalgar Square to mourn mass species extinction and sent a message to the U.K. Parliament that "truth demands action" by hanging a banner on a barge in the River Thames: "Meanwhile, activists from Animal Rebellion, a movement allied to Extinction Rebellion, began marching from Russell Square to Smithfield Meat Market on Monday afternoon," reported BBC News. "Organizers said they plan to stage an overnight occupation of the market to share their 'vision of a future plant-based food system.'" From London, Berlin, and Madrid, to Paris, Philadephia, and Toronto, activists, reporters, and supporters shared updates from the streets on social media Monday with the hashtags #InternationalRebellion, #EverybodyNow, and #TheTimesIsNow. "In Berlin, around 1,000 people blocked the Grosser Stern, a traffic circle in the middle of the German capital's Tiergarten park dominated by the landmark Victory Column," according to The Associated Press. "That protest began before dawn." Highlighting protests in other European cities, the AP reported: In Amsterdam, hundreds of demonstrators blocked a major road outside the Rijksmuseum, one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, and set up tents. The protest went ahead despite a city ban on activists gathering on the road. The protesters ignored police calls for them to move to a nearby square. In Spain, a few dozen activists briefly chained themselves to each other and to an elevated road over a major artery in the Madrid, snarling traffic during the morning rush hour. The National Police said 33 activists were taken to their premises and three were arrested for resisting orders by anti-riot officers. Four teenage girls were among about 30 people who were arrested in Sydney on Monday for attempting to stop vehicle traffic, XR organizers told The Guardian. According to the newspaper, hundreds of people joined a march and rally in Australia's capital city. Sisters 10-year-old Luka and 12-year-old Maddie Brett-Hall were among those who marched from Sydney's Belmore Park to the central business district. Maddie said, "I feel like we need to make a difference." Ember Henninger, a 10-year-old who also marched in Sydney on Monday, said that "the government tells us to just be kids ... and this makes me feel angry." XR's International Rebellion follows a global week of action bookended by a pair of climate strikes on Sept. 20 and 27, which were inspired by the school strikes launched by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg and other youth climate activists worldwide. The #ClimateStrike actions coincided with the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York City. "As the results of the U.N. summit highlight, we can no longer rely on governments to do what is needed in the face of climate and ecological breakdown," Extinction Rebellion NYC spokesperson Trellan Smith said in a statement last month. "We have the right and moral obligation to be on the streets telling the truth about this crisis and demanding responses from our government at this critical time."
    'Get On the Streets. And Bring Everybody': Extinction Rebellion Kicks Off Two Weeks of Global Action
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  • Greta Thunberg Joins Climate Strike In Iowa City
    #GuardianNews #GretaThunberg #FridaysForFuture #GlobalClimateStrike
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    Greta Thunberg Joins Climate Strike In Iowa City #GuardianNews #GretaThunberg #FridaysForFuture #GlobalClimateStrike https://youtu.be/CQLzaHr_LkM Guardian News 10/4/19 [Live Earlier]
    Greta Thunberg joins climate strike in Iowa City - watch live
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  • Houston Global Climate Strike Happened at the Tail End of Hurricane Imelda
    On September 20, 2019, students and activists held a strike to demand a more serious effort in the fight against climate change around the world.

    The day before, Houston was still being ravaged by the tropical storm Imelda, which flooded some areas with the same magnitude as Hurricane Harvey. Rescuers had to prioritize humans over animals.

    Water rushed over the roofs of houses and pets died in kennels.

    At the Climate strike, Imelda left the area parting with drenching rain.

    When videographer, Susan Beever, returned home after the event in Houston, a man at a store shared that he had not slept for two days.

    He had rescued 57 people and had returned home at 4 a.m., only to wake up again for work at 5 a.m.

    With these sufferings in mind, victims and observers stand together to fight climate change and spread awareness.
    #RealProgressives #ClimateStrikeGlobal #GretaThunberg #FridaysForFuture
    https://youtu.be/f3Ut-_gk-R8
    Real Progressives 10/1/19
    Houston Global Climate Strike Happened at the Tail End of Hurricane Imelda On September 20, 2019, students and activists held a strike to demand a more serious effort in the fight against climate change around the world. The day before, Houston was still being ravaged by the tropical storm Imelda, which flooded some areas with the same magnitude as Hurricane Harvey. Rescuers had to prioritize humans over animals. Water rushed over the roofs of houses and pets died in kennels. At the Climate strike, Imelda left the area parting with drenching rain. When videographer, Susan Beever, returned home after the event in Houston, a man at a store shared that he had not slept for two days. He had rescued 57 people and had returned home at 4 a.m., only to wake up again for work at 5 a.m. With these sufferings in mind, victims and observers stand together to fight climate change and spread awareness. #RealProgressives #ClimateStrikeGlobal #GretaThunberg #FridaysForFuture https://youtu.be/f3Ut-_gk-R8 Real Progressives 10/1/19
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  • With Over 6 Million People Worldwide, Climate Strikes Largest Coordinated Global Uprising Since Iraq War Protests
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/27/over-6-million-people-worldwide-climate-strikes-largest-coordinated-global-uprising
    Eoin Higgins, staff writer

    Climate strikes over the last seven days drew over 6.6 million people into the streets around the world, putting the week-long action on par with the 2003 global protest against the U.S.-lead invasion of Iraq.

    Friday's 600,000 strong demonstration in Montreal made the total number of people who took part in the seven days of action "almost certainly the largest demonstration our planet has yet seen about climate change," said 350.org founder Bill McKibben.

    Bill McKibben ✔ @billmckibben
    Almost certainly the largest demonstration our planet has yet seen about climate change. (And on a weekday!) Thank you Canada. https://twitter.com/350/status/1177672105720201218

    350 dot org ✔ @350
    It’s official. 500,000 people came out into the streets of Montreal today to join the Global #ClimateStrike

    They’re part of the 6.6 million who took part all over the world. The momentum is on our side and we are not going anywhere. #FridaysForFuture

    Embedded video: https://twitter.com/350/status/1177672105720201218
    3:06 PM - Sep 27, 2019

    In a statement, 350 gave the numbers:

    From 20th to 27th of September, 1.4 million people took to the streets in Germany, over 1 million in Italy, over 600,000 in Canada, over 500,000 in the United States, 350,000 in Australia and another 350,000 in the United Kingdom, 195,000 in France, 170,000 in New Zealand, 150,000 in Austria, 50,000 in Ireland, 70,000 in Sweden, 42,000 in the Netherlands, 20,000 in Brazil, 21,000 in Finland, 15,000 in Peru, 13,000 in Mexico, 13,000 in India, 10,000 in Denmark, 10,000 in Turkey, 10,000 in Pakistan, 6,000 in Hungary, 5,000 in South Korea, 5,000 in Japan, 5,000 in South Africa, more than 3,500 in Chile, 3,000 in the Pacific, 2,000 in Singapore and much more, since many locations are still striking and the final count is not yet confirmed.

    "The week of Global Climate Strikes is on par with the 2003 anti-Iraq war protest as one of the largest coordinated global protests in history," 350 said.

    "We strike because we believe there is no Planet B and that we should do everything in our power to stop this crisis," Fridays for Future Turkey organizer Atlas Sarrafoğlu said. "Otherwise my dreams of having a happy future will be taken away from me as well as all the other kids all over the world."

    Organizers of the global movement said that they were pleased with the turnout and that the movement wasn't going anywhere.

    "This week was a demonstration of the power of our movement," said Fridays For Future International. "It was inspiring and historic. People power is more powerful than the people in power."

    "It was the biggest ever climate mobilization, and it's only the beginning," the group said. "The momentum is on our side and we are not going anywhere."

    350 executive director May Boeve said that the climate actions would continue until policies improve.

    "We will keep fighting until the politicians stop ignoring the science, and the fossil fuel companies are held responsible for their crimes against our future, as they should have been decades ago," said Boeve.
    With Over 6 Million People Worldwide, Climate Strikes Largest Coordinated Global Uprising Since Iraq War Protests https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/27/over-6-million-people-worldwide-climate-strikes-largest-coordinated-global-uprising Eoin Higgins, staff writer Climate strikes over the last seven days drew over 6.6 million people into the streets around the world, putting the week-long action on par with the 2003 global protest against the U.S.-lead invasion of Iraq. Friday's 600,000 strong demonstration in Montreal made the total number of people who took part in the seven days of action "almost certainly the largest demonstration our planet has yet seen about climate change," said 350.org founder Bill McKibben. Bill McKibben ✔ @billmckibben Almost certainly the largest demonstration our planet has yet seen about climate change. (And on a weekday!) Thank you Canada. https://twitter.com/350/status/1177672105720201218 … 350 dot org ✔ @350 It’s official. 500,000 people came out into the streets of Montreal today to join the Global #ClimateStrike They’re part of the 6.6 million who took part all over the world. The momentum is on our side and we are not going anywhere. #FridaysForFuture Embedded video: https://twitter.com/350/status/1177672105720201218 3:06 PM - Sep 27, 2019 In a statement, 350 gave the numbers: From 20th to 27th of September, 1.4 million people took to the streets in Germany, over 1 million in Italy, over 600,000 in Canada, over 500,000 in the United States, 350,000 in Australia and another 350,000 in the United Kingdom, 195,000 in France, 170,000 in New Zealand, 150,000 in Austria, 50,000 in Ireland, 70,000 in Sweden, 42,000 in the Netherlands, 20,000 in Brazil, 21,000 in Finland, 15,000 in Peru, 13,000 in Mexico, 13,000 in India, 10,000 in Denmark, 10,000 in Turkey, 10,000 in Pakistan, 6,000 in Hungary, 5,000 in South Korea, 5,000 in Japan, 5,000 in South Africa, more than 3,500 in Chile, 3,000 in the Pacific, 2,000 in Singapore and much more, since many locations are still striking and the final count is not yet confirmed. "The week of Global Climate Strikes is on par with the 2003 anti-Iraq war protest as one of the largest coordinated global protests in history," 350 said. "We strike because we believe there is no Planet B and that we should do everything in our power to stop this crisis," Fridays for Future Turkey organizer Atlas Sarrafoğlu said. "Otherwise my dreams of having a happy future will be taken away from me as well as all the other kids all over the world." Organizers of the global movement said that they were pleased with the turnout and that the movement wasn't going anywhere. "This week was a demonstration of the power of our movement," said Fridays For Future International. "It was inspiring and historic. People power is more powerful than the people in power." "It was the biggest ever climate mobilization, and it's only the beginning," the group said. "The momentum is on our side and we are not going anywhere." 350 executive director May Boeve said that the climate actions would continue until policies improve. "We will keep fighting until the politicians stop ignoring the science, and the fossil fuel companies are held responsible for their crimes against our future, as they should have been decades ago," said Boeve.
    With Over 6 Million People Worldwide, Climate Strikes Largest Coordinated Global Uprising Since Iraq War Protests
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  • Top U.S. & World Headlines — Amy Goodman
    The Ukraine Debacle Is Aiding The House To Move Forward With impeachment. Fears For Whistleblower's Safety...Trump Tweets Civil War Threat. Millions March Globally Behind Greta Thunberg.
    #DemocracyNow #TrumpTweets #ClimateStrikeGlobal #UniteBehindTheScience #GretaThunberg #AmyGoodman
    https://youtu.be/8vn7Xn07hlU
    Democracy Now! 9/30/19
    Top U.S. & World Headlines — Amy Goodman The Ukraine Debacle Is Aiding The House To Move Forward With impeachment. Fears For Whistleblower's Safety...Trump Tweets Civil War Threat. Millions March Globally Behind Greta Thunberg. #DemocracyNow #TrumpTweets #ClimateStrikeGlobal #UniteBehindTheScience #GretaThunberg #AmyGoodman https://youtu.be/8vn7Xn07hlU Democracy Now! 9/30/19
    Top U.S. & World Headlines — September 30, 2019
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  • How Greta Thunberg Went From Shy Schoolgirl To Global Climate Activism Leader In Just 13 Months
    In August of 2018, Greta began protesting outside her school in Stockholm, saying climate change was more important than education for future generations.

    It wasn’t long before many others joined her and within months a global movement was born.

    By March, 2019, more than 2 million students in 135 countries were striking from school.

    When Greta was invited to the UN climate summit in New York, she crossed the Atlantic in a zero-emission yacht.

    It’s been just 13 months since her first school strike in Sweden, she is now the world’s most famous climate activist.

    About the series: Every week we’ll bring you a new video story on the entrepreneurs, companies and countries changing our planet for the better.

    Check back every Monday for a new video on the incredible people changing our world.

    Want to raise your #VoiceForThePlanet? Life on Earth is under threat, but you can help. People around the world are raising their voice in support of urgent action.
    #VoiceForThePlanet #WorldEconomicForum #GretaThunberg #ClimateStrikeGlobal #FridaysForFuture
    https://youtu.be/YYzqTCUiMWM
    World Economic Forum 9/30/19
    How Greta Thunberg Went From Shy Schoolgirl To Global Climate Activism Leader In Just 13 Months In August of 2018, Greta began protesting outside her school in Stockholm, saying climate change was more important than education for future generations. It wasn’t long before many others joined her and within months a global movement was born. By March, 2019, more than 2 million students in 135 countries were striking from school. When Greta was invited to the UN climate summit in New York, she crossed the Atlantic in a zero-emission yacht. It’s been just 13 months since her first school strike in Sweden, she is now the world’s most famous climate activist. About the series: Every week we’ll bring you a new video story on the entrepreneurs, companies and countries changing our planet for the better. Check back every Monday for a new video on the incredible people changing our world. Want to raise your #VoiceForThePlanet? Life on Earth is under threat, but you can help. People around the world are raising their voice in support of urgent action. #VoiceForThePlanet #WorldEconomicForum #GretaThunberg #ClimateStrikeGlobal #FridaysForFuture https://youtu.be/YYzqTCUiMWM World Economic Forum 9/30/19
    How Greta Thunberg went from schoolgirl to global climate activist in 13 months
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  • Greta Thunberg Joins Canada's Montreal Climate Change March
    THIS Is What Greta Has Stirred Across The World...WHAT Should We DO? STEP UP OR STEP ASIDE!
    #GretaRocks #ClimateStrikeMontreal #EuroNews #FridaysForFuture
    https://youtu.be/jNfgnBcdkJw
    euronews (In English) 9/28/19
    Greta Thunberg Joins Canada's Montreal Climate Change March THIS Is What Greta Has Stirred Across The World...WHAT Should We DO? STEP UP OR STEP ASIDE! #GretaRocks #ClimateStrikeMontreal #EuroNews #FridaysForFuture https://youtu.be/jNfgnBcdkJw euronews (In English) 9/28/19
    Live | Greta Thunberg joins Canada's Montreal climate change march
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  • Climate Strike 2019 Vienna Austria Sept 27 2019 Kevin D. Blanch Ph.D.
    Nukes Are 'WMD's'...They Destroy The Biosphere.
    #KevinDBlanch #AntiNuclearPower #FukushimaActivist #ClimateStrikeGlobal
    https://youtu.be/IxXEX4oLQIs
    Kevin D Blanch 9/27/19
    Climate Strike 2019 Vienna Austria Sept 27 2019 Kevin D. Blanch Ph.D. Nukes Are 'WMD's'...They Destroy The Biosphere. #KevinDBlanch #AntiNuclearPower #FukushimaActivist #ClimateStrikeGlobal https://youtu.be/IxXEX4oLQIs Kevin D Blanch 9/27/19
    Climate strike 2019 Vienna Austria September 27 2019 kevin d. Blanch Ph.D.
    https://www.gofundme.com/f/sdc76s blanchblanch2@gmail.com
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  • Live | Greta Thunberg Speaks Ahead Of Climate Strike In Montreal
    #ClimateStrikeGlobal #UniteBehindTheScience #FridaysForFuture
    https://youtu.be/zdYuL0gHJiU
    euronews 24(English) 9/27/19
    Live | Greta Thunberg Speaks Ahead Of Climate Strike In Montreal #ClimateStrikeGlobal #UniteBehindTheScience #FridaysForFuture https://youtu.be/zdYuL0gHJiU euronews 24(English) 9/27/19
    Live | Greta Thunberg speaks ahead of climate strike in Montreal
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