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Support the Climate Strike Movement! -Friday Sept 20th

category international | environment | event notice author Tuesday September 17, 2019 22:37author by foe - Friends of the Earth Report this post to the editors

It's a Climate Emergency. - And on September 20th, we're filling the streets.

On Friday the 15th of March 2019 1.6 million people took part in a global climate strike in more than 125 countries in more than 2,000 locations. In Ireland more than 15,000 students took part in protests for urgent climate action.

This September 20th, we're going to smash that number. But we need you to make that happen!
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On Friday the 15th of March 2019 1.6 million people took part in a global climate strike in more than 125 countries in more than 2,000 locations. In Ireland more than 15,000 students took part in protests for urgent climate action.

This September 20th, we're going to smash that number. But we need you to make that happen!

Find and join your nearest strike! https://actionnetwork.org/event_campaigns/climatestrikesireland

School-age students have self-organised marches around the country and they need you to attend.

  • Dublin: Gathering 12:00 at Customs House, marching at 12:30 to Merrion Sq., rallying 13:00 - 14:00 at Merrion Sq. in front of Govt. buildings
  • Cork City: Gathering on Grand Parade St. from 12:00, marching at 12:20.
  • Kerry (Tralee): Meet at County Buildings, Ratass, at 9am
  • Clare (Ennis): Meet at The Height, O’Connell Square at 9am
  • Drogheda: Demonstrating from 13:00 outside St. Peters's Church, West St.
  • Galway: Demonstrating from 13:00 - 16:00 in Eyre Square
  • Navan: Demonstrating from 13:00 - 15:00 at the Market Square
  • Limerick: Marching from Arthur's Quay Park at 13:00, finishing at City Hall.
  • Dundalk: Demonstrating from 12:30 - 15:00 in the Market Square
  • Kenmare: Demonstrating from 9:00 - 13:00 outside the Courthouse
  • Dingle: 12pm at the Town Park climateactiondingle@outlook.ie
What if I can't attend one of those marches?

Host an event in your university, workplace or neighbourhood! https://actionnetwork.org/event_campaigns/climatestrikesireland

If you can't attend, you can join the 60+ supportive adults who are organising support and solidarity actions across the country. It's really easy to do so.

  • Add your action to the map below by clicking 'host action' and inputting the details
  • Our volunteer support team will be in touch with you before September 20th to assist you
  • Share this page with your friends, family and colleagues and get planning and recruiting attendees!

CLICK HERE TO JOIN A STRIKE! https://actionnetwork.org/event_campaigns/climatestrikesireland

While the school strike movement is student led, the climate crisis affects all of us. Everyone is invited & everyone is needed.

P.S. We've made it super easy for you to plan an action, get into the local press, recruit a team of helpers and make sure people show up! All the resources you need to carry out a super support event are here.

Related Link: https://www.foe.ie/blog/2019/09/11/support-the-climate-strike-movement/

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   The so called "science" behind AGW which nobody is allowed to discuss is hokum.     greenwash    Wed Sep 18, 2019 23:24 
   this seems quite relevant here     chickenlittle    Mon Sep 23, 2019 22:00 


 
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