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Climate Change Protests

by Shreya Sharma

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Climate Change
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About Shreya
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Shreya Sharma
Class 7th
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Stop the destroyer - Climate Change.
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Children, fighting against Climate Change, doing protests as like Greta Thunberg, Litia Baleilevuka , Marinel Ubaldo , Australian high school students , Jamie Margolin.

“I’m here in front of you, not just as a climate statistic you see in the news, but I’m here as a human being – hoping to remind you that we need to value lives again. My story is only one of many, and I’m here to speak on behalf of the vulnerable and the marginalized communities – may our voices be heard.” - Marinel Ubaldo
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Greta Thunberg

It all started from sitting outside parliament in central Stockholm. One day turned to two weeks, and in the August heat as crowds of people walked past, Greta sat silently with a sign saying Skolstrejk för klimatet (school strike for the climate).
For Greta, her reason was simple – why bother going to school to learn if politicians refuse to take action on the climate crisis? Sweden’s general election was due to take place the following month, and whilst some adults thought this 15 year old should stay in school, Greta “clapped back” with her brutally honest and personal reasons why, as a young person, her future is at risk if we don’t take climate action now. Her determination generated a chain reaction, and as days passed, other people joined her strike, including some teachers.
Since then, Greta’s one simple act of courage has catapulted her to stages fronting thousands, and has put her in the front and centre of world leaders. At COP24, she stunned people around the world with her viral and impassioned speech, shaming the politicians and showing them what true leadership looks like.

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