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'Beautiful Trouble' Grows as Climate Strike Friday Goes Big on Multiple Continents

'Beautiful Trouble' Grows as Climate Strike Friday Goes Big on Multiple Continents

Andrea Germanos, staff writer

The momentum for the weekly climate strikes shows no sign of abating as young people in hundreds of communities across the globe are hitting the streets on Friday to make a stand against the environmental crisis.

"We can make a difference," said Matilda Lane-Rose, one of the protesters in Perth, Australia.

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We need climate macroplanning. If a forest fire is approaching your town, somebody has to plan how to fight the fire or evacuate the town, or people die. In this case we have remarkably poor climate change macroplanning and so I suppose lots of people are going to starve to death. Right. Not good enough.

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God Bless the Child:

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How do you get mad as hell if you are living on less than $2 a day? (Rhetorical question) I understand your sentiments but trying to just survive is an uphill battle on that amount. Only until the time there is no food in the supermarkets anywhere will the wealthy get “mad as hell”.

Do they really have bunkers?