7 thoughts on “Big anti-global warming strike in New Zealand

  1. From the USA:

    In what was likely the largest climate protest in history, an estimated 4 million people came out worldwide for the climate strike this month to demand that our leaders stop failing us and start taking action to prevent a climate crisis-generated mass extinction.

    Lives all over the world are at stake, and if we don’t elect a president who will listen to scientists instead of corporate donors, the death toll will be too horrific to contemplate.

    That’s why I’m reaching out to you personally, Linda. We need your help to make sure that the truth about the climate crisis isn’t drowned out by the unlimited special interest money of corporate Democrats and their fossil fuel donors.

    Can I count on you to donate now to make sure that we elect leaders all over the country who believe in science, not corporate politicians who endanger every living being on earth?
    If you’ve stored your payment information with ActBlue Express, your donation will process immediately.

    How can Americans be expected to trust corporate-funded politicians when they openly hold fundraisers with fossil fuel executives and proudly kill the DNC climate debate?

    The answer is clear: we can’t trust them to have our best interests at heart.

    That’s why I’ve dedicated my time and effort to ensure that Our Revolution has the resources to effectively organize to fight back against corporate climate propaganda and win. We won a permanent Climate Crisis Council at the Democratic National Committee, and we want to keep winning.

    Click here to help Our Revolution expose the big and little lies that corporate-funded politicians use to minimize the climate crisis.

    Do something about the climate crisis: https://go.ourrevolution.com/0919-eoq

    Thank you for being on the right side of history.

    Shailene Woodley
    Board Member, Our Revolution

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