Youth & students
The S11 protests against the World Economic Forum were a triumph for the Australian left, writes Susan Price. But it was a tough job to put them together and took enormous efforts of many different people from many different backgrounds.
Fires have been burning for weeks. The level of destruction by flames is unparalleled in recent history. Acres of land burnt, homes and habitats destroyed, countless lives of animals and people lost, the list goes on.
We are coming together to recognize, commemorate, and mourn for everything lost so far, and everything that will be lost in the weeks and years to come. We are feeling the effects of climate change already, and regardless of any action we take now to lower emissions, some of these changes are already irreversible.
Join us as we stand together.
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To everyone who cares about a safe climate future, this is your open invite to join our School Strike 4 Climate on March 15 - students standing up when our politicians won’t.
The organisers of this event acknowledge that this event takes place on stolen Whadjuk Noongar land, more specifically Boorloo. Sovereignty was never ceded.
The fight for climate justice will never be achieved without justice and land rights for first nations people.
On the 21st of May School Strike 4 Climate Australia is having a national day of action to demand that our government scraps their gas lead Covid-19 recovery! We call for the government to #FundOurFutureNotGas!