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Meet the student who is leading the charge to make sure her classmates don't lose momentum to act on climate change after last month's global youth climate strikes.

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The 16-year-old has been touring the United States taking part in global climate strikes. #climatechange 

Young people today have never known a world without global warming, and risk inheriting an uninhabitable planet. Their climate strikes are a wake-up call for adults around the world, says Patrick Verkooijen@Patrick_WBG 

Youth climate strikes is the oxygen that has breathed new life in to the climate movement. Money is the oxygen on which the fire of global warming burns. It's time to get the money out of this rogue industry before it's too late. #FridayForFuture  #KeepItInTheGround  #Divest 

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Youth climate strikes is the oxygen that has breathed new life in to the climate movement. Money is the oxygen on which the fire of global warming burns. It's time to get the money out of this rogue industry before it's too late. #FridayForFuture  #KeepItInTheGround  #Divest 

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A handful of brands and retailers are backing the global climate strikes, as a message to government leaders that it's time to do something about the climate crisis.​

How are you feeling in the aftermath of Friday's Global Climate Strikes? Take our poll! #cdnpoli 

How are you feeling in the aftermath of Friday's Global Climate Strikes? Take our poll! #cdnpoli 

How are you feeling in the aftermath of Friday's Global Climate Strikes? Take our poll! #cdnpoli 

How are you feeling in the aftermath of Friday's Global Climate Strikes? Take our poll! #cdnpoli 

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@GretaThunberg —one of my favorite gutsy women—will help lead global climate strikes that start tomorrow. "I want you to act as if our house is on fire," she has said. "Because it is." Join a strike near you:

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Thousands of young people around the world are pouring into the streets for a day of global climate strikes

PRESS RELEASE: "At a total of over 6.6 million and still counting, the week of Global Climate Strikes is on par with the 2003 anti-Iraq war protest as one of the largest coordinated global protest in History.” #ClimateStrike 

New York City’s 1.1 million public school students have permission to skip class to participate in today’s global climate strikes, but teachers have been barred from attending during school hours

A week after New York City announced that its 1.1 million public school students could skip school to attend the global youth climate strikes, the city's Education Department barred teachers from attending the protest during school hours

New York City will not penalize students who attend global youth climate strikes on Friday. “This completely changes things,” one student said.

Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg, who has shot to global fame for inspiring worldwide student strikes to promote action against climate change, took her mission to President Donald Trump's doorstep with a protest outside the White House

The 16-year-old activist behind the fast-growing School Strikes 4 Climate Action has taken her campaign to the streets of Davos, to confront world leaders and business chiefs about the global emissions crisis.

What began as one student’s vigil calling for action on climate change has gone global, with school strikes happening in more than 100 countries on Friday. Here is a look at how the climate protests spread and how political leaders are responding.

Bella, a School Striker from WA responding to Deputy PM McCormack's comments that kids should stay in school #ClimateStrike  Join Bella at the global Climate Strikes on March 15 💪 

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