4 thoughts on “Worldwide climate strike, reports

  1. The vast majority of American teenagers are worried about the damage that humans are causing to our planet, according to the latest polls. And one in four are taking action.

    Our Revolution will be standing with our nation’s youth today, as the student-led “Fridays for the Future” movement mobilizes millions across the country – and 150 countries across the globe – to strike for the future of our planet.

    Today’s Global Climate Strike promises to be one of the largest environmental protests in history. And Our Revolution is proud to be a national sponsor.

    To join the global movement to save our planet, find an event near you.

    Scientists agree that we have 11 years to prevent irreversible damage from climate change.

    Today, young and old will come together to demand our leaders work to end our reliance on fossil fuels – and lead the transition to a clean energy future.

    As Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teenager leading the Global Climate Strike, said: “I want you to act as if our house is on fire. Because it is.”

    To join the global movement to save our planet, find an event near you.

    If you can’t participate in person, you can follow along online. We will be live-streaming from Washington, DC, San Francisco, Chicago, Indianapolis, Dallas and a few other spots throughout the day. You can check it out at https://www.facebook.com/politicalrevolution.

    We’ll see you in the streets!

    For our planet,

    Our Revolution HQ


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