Yes, getting massive support is crucial. I fear that our future and that of our children hangs on the success of the UN summit on 23 September, so it is vital that we all support the global strike for our climate on 20 September, and I hope that the sheer numbers involved will sway our leaders into taking swift and decisive action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in time to stop us passing a 1.5 degree rise in global temperature.
A pity the target looks out of reach, but given the gap between scale of the crisis and government action, we have nothing to lose but our banes. (Point of info: sea-level rise continues for centuries, the main 'lag' according to Ken Caldeira is infrastructure inertia - see 'Committed emissions from existing energy infrastructure jeopardize 1.5 °C climate target')
Along with Extinction Rebellion, School Strike of Climate, and other prominent movements we need to tell the UK Government that they are not fulfilling their Paris pledge and not behaving as responsible leaders of a country that has benefited the most from the fossil fuel-based Industrial Revolution
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