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    Sat, 09 Nov
    Newcastle upon Tyne
    09 Nov 2024, 11:30 – 15:00
    Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle Civic Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne NE99 1PX, UK
    09 Nov 2024, 11:30 – 15:00
    Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle Civic Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne NE99 1PX, UK
    March and Rally COP 29 protest in November. Date TBC Get in touch to co-ordinate planning. Full details will be added in autumn 2024

Fri, 24 Sept

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Newcastle upon Tyne

Global Climate Strike @ Newcastle

The latest IPCC report is NOT something that should be ignored by worldwide governments: we need extreme government action NOW

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Global Climate Strike @ Newcastle
Global Climate Strike @ Newcastle

Time & Location

24 Sept 2021, 11:00

Newcastle upon Tyne, Civic Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7PG, UK

About the event

More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/566263614423641

BRING UR FRIENDS The Tories' plan for carbon neutrality by 2050 is unreliable and too far away; in the same year the UK government are hosting COP26 they have supported plans for new coal mines in Cumbria as well as scrapping green homes grants. The latest IPCC report is NOT something that should be ignored by worldwide governments: we need extreme government action NOW to prevent any further widespread devastation - this is already seen in the Greek and Turkish wildfires this year, as well as the Australian bushfires last year. Droughts are also becoming more and more rampant around the world, particularly in the global south. Just 100 companies are responsible for 71% of carbon emissions alone, and the world's richest 1% emit double the amount of emissions of the poorest 50% - the climate crisis inherently deepens inequality and in the long term we need a new system which is not focused on bringing short term profits to the elite ruling class. JOIN US IN STRIKING FOR THE CLIMATE ON 24 SEP

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